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This is bound to get picked up very quickly given that it's in the Hudson Yards redevelopment district. This is also directly north of Manhattan West.




Port Authority to sell parcels with 490K buildable square feet
Agency seeks to "maximize revenue" by unloading Hudson Yards sites
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The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey has put two parcels in the Hudson Yards neighborhood on the market.

The 11,266-square-foot plots are located on Dyer Avenue between West 33rd and 34th streets, the Wall Street Journal reported. Port Authority opted to sell the land and air rights in an effort to “maximize revenue” and shore up funding for projects.

The site has 490,000 maximum buildable square feet and presents several options for developers. A platform could be built over Dyer, with a property then constructed on top of that. Or, development could be limited to one side of Dyer.[WSJ]



Port Authority Selling Two Pieces of Land Near Lincoln Tunnel
Friday, March 7, 2014, by Jessica Dailey



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Dyer Avenue, part of which could be turned into a pocket park, runs between the two sites, and the road must remain open during construction. The Journal notes that if a developer wanted to use the whole 11,266-square-foot footprint for one project, a platform could be constructed over road, but that expense could be avoided by transferring all of the development rights to one parcel. If that happens, then the building could cantilever over Dyer Avenue, which seems to be the cool thing to do these days. A through-block landscaped public space connecting 33rd and 34th Streets is required.
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This area is zoned for residential. I can see that happening there.
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If there ends up talk of any significant height in these parcels if they're left as is, things will get interesting.
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If there ends up talk of any significant height in these parcels if they're left as is, things will get interesting.
With around a half million square feet of development rights, you could build something very tall here if you go residential. We'll see.
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I'm imagining right now either a pair of highrises with a skybridge or two to go over the roadway, or a pi-shaped proposal---i.e. like the one suggested but IIRC not approved for the West side in favor of yet another twin package SMH---but with a few architectural liberties taken.
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This could be a slender and tall tower if built on that parking lot which I am in favor of. It is a complete eyesore and the city could get a tall and slender tower in that case.
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I don't know that anybody has even bought those sites yet. But they won't last long.
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http://therealdeal.com/blog/2014/07/...on-yards-site/

Dermot to put up resi tower on Hudson Yards site
Firm snagged property with $115M bid in Port Authority auction






July 16, 2014
By Rich Bockmann


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The Dermot Company is planning a high-rise residential tower for the Hudson Yards development site it won in a Port Authority auction announced in February. And the developer, which snagged the site with a bid of $115 million, has chosen the firm that drew up the master plan for the West Side rail yards development to design the building.

Dermot beat out ten other developers who responded to a Request for Proposal issued by the Port Authority for purchase and development of the site. The property is located on 33rd Street between Ninth and Tenth avenues opposite Brookfield’s Manhattan West project.

Late last month the agency’s board authorized the sale at the price of $115.3 million for two lots on the block and more than 90,000 square feet of development rights, bringing the total buildable area north of 540,000 square feet.

Dermot also has the option to purchase an additional 85,225 square feet of air rights within the next two years
at a price of approximately $60 million. The deal is expected to close this year.

“With the transformative development of the Hudson Yards area already underway, winning this competitive Port Authority RFP presents a tremendous opportunity for the Dermot Company to expand our New York City portfolio,” Dermot said in an e-mail.

To design the residential tower planned for the site, Dermot has selected FXFOWLE, the architecture firm commissioned by the Hudson Yards Development Corporation and the Metropolitan Transportation Agency to draw up the master plan and development guidelines for the 28-acre Hudson Yards site in 2007.

“Expected to break ground in early 2016, we are designing a beautiful high-rise residential building with FXFOWLE Architects and look forward to working with the community on designing the public space to further enhance this evolving neighborhood,” Dermot said.

As part of the deal, Dermot has agreed to develop and maintain a public space running through the block to 34th Street along Dyer Avenue, the submersed roadway that heads north from 30th Street to the mouth of the Lincoln Tunnel.

The Port Authority acquired the land in 1952 as part of a planned third tube for the Lincoln Tunnel. Proceeds from the sale will be used on infrastructure improvements to the Port Authority Bus Terminal. The agency is considering selling off a number of its properties in the rapidly developing Hudson Yards district.



A pretty tight sight for over 600,000 sf of development rights. Hopefully we get a nicely designed tower from FXFOWLE.

It's at the heart of Hudson Yards development...











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I wonder if this will be a supertall?

630,000 ft. on a narrow lot means very tall and relatively thin.
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I'm still trying to envision something that size with that small of a footprint. Maybe a cantilever will come into play, who knows. If not, those floorplates will be small, the tower very tall. That would seem to point to this not being an ordinary residential tower, but probably something more on the high end. The question is whether that location is right for it. Looking at it today, no, but the area is rapidly changing, and construction won't even begin for a couple of years. It will be a totally different world around the site when this is built.

It will also be directly across the street from Brookfield's boutique hotel at Manhattan West.





I do hope that they are able to cover Dyer Ave like Brookfield is doing. That would allow for a larger plaza, but also solidify the area.
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Given the lot size, demand trends, and the square footage potential, I'd say 900' minimum.
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Given the lot size, demand trends, and the square footage potential, I'd say 900' minimum.

Sounds about right. We'll see how this develops.
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Here is a map showing some of the planned new buildings in the area.
http://therealdeal.com/issues_articl...far-west-side/
It's from June so since then there might have been some new deals- eg. JDS bought some land recently
http://www.rew-online.com/2014/07/15...or-35-million/
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Late last month the agency’s board authorized the sale at the price of $115.3 million for two lots on the block and more than 90,000 square feet of development rights, bringing the total buildable area north of 540,000 square feet.

Dermot also has the option to purchase an additional 85,225 square feet of air rights within the next two years at a price of approximately $60 million.

To design the residential tower planned for the site, Dermot has selected FXFOWLE, the architecture firm commissioned by the Hudson Yards Development Corporation and the Metropolitan Transportation Agency to draw up the master plan and development guidelines for the 28-acre Hudson Yards site in 2007.

“Expected to break ground in early 2016, we are designing a beautiful high-rise residential building with FXFOWLE Architects and look forward to working with the community on designing the public space to further enhance this evolving neighborhood,” Dermot said.


This is not the actual proposal, but a vision for a tower at that site...


http://marcharch.com/news/2014/5/19/...e-hudson-yards

M.Arch Arch designs proposal for 400,000 s.f. tower outside Hudson Yards

Monday 05.19.14
Posted by march chadwick

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This building is a 400 000 square foot mixed-use commercial and residential building spanning the entrance to New York City's Lincoln tunnel between 33rd and 34th street in Manhattan.

The proposed first 10 floors are commercial retail and office used, totaling 108 000 SF. Floors 11 to 52 are intended for residential used. The building's geometry and position is intended to maximize the westerly views of the Hudson River and the new 21st century city within a city, Hudson Yards Development.










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Sounds promising. FX Fowle does good work.

Hopefully with the additional air rights on the small lot, this will be a supertall, or in that general range.
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What a monstrosity. Can those roads be removed for everyone?It's dangerous with all those off-ramps on this street and on 35th. No one uses this road anyway.
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What a monstrosity. Can those roads be removed for everyone?It's dangerous with all those off-ramps on this street and on 35th. No one uses this road anyway.
How is it dangerous if no one uses it? When traffic is backed up in the evening at the tunnel entrances, you want more, not less. At least plans are to cover up this particular tunnel entrance for most of the way up.

But tunnel entrance aside, that area will be changed a lot. It's no beauty, but it is Manhattan, and directly across the street from Brookfield's ManhAattan West hotel. Hopefully, we get a decently tall building here. I compare this site with 360 10th Ave, both being so close to the massive Manhattan West, and sitting on relatively small footprints. We'll see.
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Was walking by, so I took some pics. The site covers both sides of the tunnel entrance.


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See? Very few drivers use it and its visually unappealing all around. Who thought it was a good idea to put 5' concrete walls on the sidewalks?
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