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Old Posted Aug 5, 2020, 10:32 PM
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Does this mean that 15 penn plaza is still happening?
15 Penn is a separate project, but Facebook has leased space in the Hudson Yards, mainly 50 Hudson.



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Mismanagement could delay Penn Station’s $1.6B expansion into Farley Post Office to 2021, says Amtrak IG

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Amtrak mismanagement could delay by three months Penn Station’s expansion across Eighth Ave. into the Farley Post Office, says a report published Wednesday by the railroad’s inspector general.

Gov. Cuomo has for months said the shiny new station — named Moynihan Train Hall after the late New York Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan — would open by the end of 2020.

But mishaps early on in the project on top of delays caused by the COVID-19 pandemic could push the debut back to March, the IG report states.

The train hall will serve as Amtrak’s New York hub and offer an alternative to Penn Station for NJ Transit and Long Island Rail Road riders while they wait for their trains. The new space will also include retail, and Facebook last month inked a deal to occupy 730,000 square feet in the redeveloped building.

The project initially was supposed to be completed by March 2021. At Cuomo’s request, the timeline was moved up three months — but the IG says that deadline is unlikely to be met.

Amtrak in 2017 committed to $106 million of work on the $1.6 billion project — including installing ventilation systems, construction of new office space and a wayfinding system for passengers.

A combination of inexperienced managers and no set construction schedule on the Amtrak portion of the project led to cost overruns, the report states.

In the summer of 2019, Amtrak officials discovered “some program team members had been unilaterally approving contract changes that committed the company to additional spending without executive approval,” according to the report.

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Mismanagement could delay Penn Station’s $1.6B expansion into Farley Post Office to 2021, says Amtrak IG


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According to Amtrak, certain functions that may not be on line by December is passenger information displays or other spaces used for station operations and employees until March 2021.
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A spokesman for Governor Cuomo said the Amtrak portion of the station only equals about a tenth of the project scope, or 100,000 square feet, saying that even if Amtrak is not on time the rest of the 1.5 million square foot project will be.

“Amtrak’s project is a subcomponent of the larger train hall, representing less than ten percent of the overall project, and it would be a mistake to draw broad-based conclusions from this narrowly-focused report,” said Eric Gertler, CEO-Designate of Empire State Development. “The Moynihan Train Hall will be complete by the end of this year, on budget and ahead of schedule, and Amtrak leadership have assured us they will meet that timeline. Once completed, it will provide New Yorkers with the modern transit hub they deserve, while honoring the legacy of the original Penn Station. From the Kosciuszko Bridge to the Albany Airport to the new Rochester Rail Station, this administration has a history of delivering major infrastructure projects on time and on budget — and after 30 years of delays, we will do the same at Moynihan Train Hall.”
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Look in good. Soundin bad.

I don't know if it's so bad. The cost overruns were almost a given with this thing. They moved the completion date up, and can't make it, so they're going back to the original completion date, a few months later. But the good news is that overall it's on track, and should (should) open by the end of the year. I try to get peeks as I'm walking through there. You can smell the newness of it all. Likewise, at the opposite end, the new 7th Avenue entrance is on pace to open by the end of the year. That's something to look forward to as this awful year comes to a close.
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New 7th Avenue entrance taking shape...



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That 7th Ave entrance just looks like its going to blast cold air down into the station in the winter.
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That 7th Ave entrance just looks like its going to blast cold air down into the station in the winter.
It won't really do that though. The entrance on 34th doesn't work that way, and yeah, it's a different shape. But it won't work like that.



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Amazing Article,Really useful information to all So, I hope you will share more information to be check and share here.thanks for sharing .
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