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Do we know which company will operate the hotel?
From the article that Chris posted above

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YIMBY can now reveal the latest plans for the site, which have changed significantly, and the entirety of the building above the retail base will be condominiums.
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Revealed: 138 East 50th Street, 803-Foot-Tall Midtown Condo Tower Designed By Pelli Clarke Pelli

Wow, very elegant.
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Another 800 footer set to rise. Equipment at site.


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Excavation is occurring for this project.
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Sexy project!
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Crane is up :

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This tower is u/c and should be moved. Love the desing btw.
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Pelli Clarke Pelli's 138 East 50th Street Rises, Take a First Look at its Terra Cotta-Infused Facade
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In Midtown’s skyscraper jungle, a new bamboo shoot is starting its 64-floor climb. On a parcel tightly hemmed in midblock at 138 East 50th Street between Lexington and Third avenues, cavernous foundations have been poured and the project’s first story is now above street level. Co-developed by the ambitious duo of SMI USA and Louis Ceruzzi’s Ceruzzi Properties, the 270,000 gross-square-foot project will be a soaring glass shaft housing a mix of retail and condominium residences.








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whats the tall skinny black tower to the left of one57?
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whats the tall skinny black tower to the left of one57?
It's not a serious proposal as far as I know.

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http://bostonvalley.com/138-east-50th-street-mockup/

138 East 50th Street Mockup Tests Colors and Finishes


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Boston Valley Terra Cotta is providing the terra cotta panels for a unitized curtain wall on the new mixed-use tower underway at 138 East 50th Street in New York City. The 63-story tower designed by Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects will house 4,588 square feet of retail space and 124 condominium units. The tower’s façade is composed of approximately 37,000 square feet of terra cotta units interspersed among large panes of glass. Permasteelisa Group has designed the curtain wall system wherein the terra cotta panels are staggered at angles to the flat plane of the glass to add visual interest.

Despite a rainy day, this mockup assisted the design team in making selections about color and finish.


The mockup was designed to be lifted by a crane so project team members could view it from a more realistic distance.
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Not sure about some of the choices in the mock-up, but the renders on this one look nice. Midtown East is sure changing. I lived in NY and worked in the Citigroup Building from 2008 through 2011. Back then, I would never have lived in this area. But between this, 100 E. 53rd Street, and many other luxury projects, the office-only district of Midtown East is on its last gasps. Still haven't really walked around that neighborhood too much in the last year or so, and I don't know if I would want to live there. But some people do. We're seeing the same thing in most bigger cities, I think. Market Street West in Philly is adding more and more residential.
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whats the tall skinny black tower to the left of one57?
Some of those renders are just "mockups" or placeholders for potential developments.

That one would be for the proposed 666 5th Ave which may or may not happen.

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Whats that white rendered building on the top right?
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Whats that white rendered building on the top right?
I believe a mock rendering of 143 East 60th Street.

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