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Smile NEW YORK | Cornell Tech Residential Tower | 285 FT | 26 FLOORS



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When Cornell dropped dozens of new renderings of its Roosevelt Island tech campus in December, the residential tower was still a mystery. But no longer. Renderings for the 26-story tower were presented last night to Community Board 8 by Andrew Winters, director of capital projects and planning for Cornell NYC Tech, and architect Blake Middleton of Handel Architects.

The tower will be 26 stories tall and Middleton said it would have a "warm tone of silver and champagne colors." Due to flooding concerns, there will be no basement. The first two floors will contain amenities including a "porch" and "lounge," and the highest occupied floor will contain meeting space. The two floors below that will be for faculty and staff housing. The remaining floors will be student housing. There will be 10,600 gross square feet per floor, and the building will have 356 units.
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The Cornell campus is going to be a HUGE boost for the Astoria waterfront on the other side of the Roosevelt Island bridge. There are already a few mid to high rises going up along Vernon Blvd near the bridge.
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Reveal For Cornell Tech’s Executive Education Center & Hotel Building, Roosevelt Island



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Now that construction is wrapping up on the first phase of Cornell Tech‘s Roosevelt Island campus, and opening is expected in the summer of 2017, per Crain’s, officials are moving ahead with additional pieces of the master plan. Plans were recently presented to Community Board 8 for the Executive Education Center and Hotel, DNAinfo reported.

The building will include four 50- to 75-seat classrooms and a 195-key hotel. The hotel will feature a restaurant and a café, and the education center will have conference rooms and a buffet lounge. The two components will be connected by a main hall. The plans must be approved by the Public Design Commission, among other city agencies.

Hudson Companies, Related Companies, and Forest City Ratner Companies are all taking development roles in the overall project, while Morphosis Architecture, Weiss/Manfredi Architecture, and Snøhetta are taking parts in the design process. Skidmore, Owings & Merrill is the master planner.
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