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Just an update that 527-531 West 36th was bought by the developer. Adding to a bigger assemblage for this future development. Right now its a boarded up, crummy 2 floor structure.
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Just an update that 527-531 West 36th was bought by the developer. Adding to a bigger assemblage for this future development. Right now its a boarded up, crummy 2 floor structure.
That's for the park remember.


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Tishman Speyer, led by Rob Speyer, paid $20.14 million for the park site, a two-story warehouse at 527 West 36th St. It will be redeveloped as a park, and help build out a planned greenway to span West 33rd and 39th streets.
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Is this being built on spec?
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Is this being built on spec?
Most likely not. This will come on the heels of the Spiral. As that one leases up, this one becomes more desirable for an anchor tenant. You can see the work progressing on the park extension.
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Most likely not. This will come on the heels of the Spiral. As that one leases up, this one becomes more desirable for an anchor tenant. You can see the work progressing on the park extension.
That's what I assumed. I guess they're building up to street level to be ready to proceed with construction if a tenant signs. I wonder if Moinian is doing the same thing or if he's building on spec.
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That's what I assumed. I guess they're building up to street level to be ready to proceed with construction if a tenant signs. I wonder if Moinian is doing the same thing or if he's building on spec.
Probably the same. The way things are going they'll be ready to start.
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What parcel is this building on?
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https://www.google.com/maps/place/55...!4d-74.0001353
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Are they going to build a platform over the roads?
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Are they going to build a platform over the roads?
The rail cut will be. Here’s a general idea...


https://archpaper.com/2018/09/hudson...xpensive-mvva/





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I had been wondering how far north the Hudson Yards Park was going to reach, and your post cleared that up for me. Thank you for all the great information you provide and the work you put into this forum, NYguy. You are an invaluable source of information concerning NYC development. I wouldnt know what the hell was going on there if it wasnt for you.

Anyways, the park's stretch all the way north to 39th street means that all those exposed rail ditches will be covered, which will be fuckn awesome. Excluding this development's lot and the 3 Hudson lot, that gives us 3 whole lots west of the park alone that could potentially yield some very big office towers (not sure about zoning on those lots but id imagine at least 1.5m+ sq ft). The design for the tower on this particular lot looks great itself.

Now if only we could get some sort of real pinnacle in this ~250m+ plateau. Its really too bad they shaved off those ~25m off the top of 30 Hudson. Doesnt sound like a lot, but being that its surrounded by so many 300-320m towers (and fat towers at that) it really wouldve made a visual difference.
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Just based off those mass models, its looking like or a probability that we may get 2 near supertalls or just below 1000 ft (like 960-980ft) for Phase II of HY. But we will learn more when designs are revealed later this year or early 2021.

Aside from Phase II of HY, I'd look at the existing "proxy" parcels within the neighborhood. Those will be snatched up and over the long run, developed. Some of the growth will spill over, as it has been, outside of the domain of the rails for Phase I and II. Almost in a similar fashion to the development of Midtown East, only HY is the new Midtown East. The next decade should see even more fillers. Super tall fillers in theory.
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Excluding this development's lot and the 3 Hudson lot, that gives us 3 whole lots west of the park alone that could potentially yield some very big office towers (not sure about zoning on those lots but id imagine at least 1.5m+ sq ft). The design for the tower on this particular lot looks great itself.

Now if only we could get some sort of real pinnacle in this ~250m+ plateau. Its really too bad they shaved off those ~25m off the top of 30 Hudson. Doesnt sound like a lot, but being that its surrounded by so many 300-320m towers (and fat towers at that) it really wouldve made a visual difference.

Here's a look at some of the zoning allowed on sites (keep in mind this is rsf, not gsf). Larry Silverstein was planning an 1,100 ft residential tower in the northern end, but has reverted to a 2 tower plan, similar to what Related/Spitzer is doing on the site just north of the Spiral. If sites were combined, you would get a larger tower.















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Thank you for being such a great contributor of NYC development knowledge, NYguy.
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One of these days, for fun, I'd like to see a proposal that looks just like that blue, green & yellow massing diagram. Twenty four storeys, complete with dinky crown and spire.
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Well would you take a look at those!
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