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Old Posted Aug 2, 2021, 6:42 PM
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The building is gorgeous, but I am questions how well it's integrated with neighboring building. As I worked for a while in Europe, they wouldn't allow such a high construction near small buildings.
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The building is gorgeous, but I am questions how well it's integrated with neighboring building. As I worked for a while in Europe, they wouldn't allow such a high construction near small buildings.
Did you look at the latest render in the NewYorkYimby article? It’s basically the same height as the buildings to either side.
And, of course, NY is not Europe.
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The building is gorgeous, but I am questions how well it's integrated with neighboring building. As I worked for a while in Europe, they wouldn't allow such a high construction near small buildings.
What "small buildings"? The new building isn't taller than neighboring, 100+ year-old buildings.

Lower Fifth Avenue has been high density, with relatively tall buildings, since 1920 or so.
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Has anyone been by here? Demo should happen quickly.

http://a810-bisweb.nyc.gov/bisweb/Jo...allbin=1009430
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More NB permits were filed recently. Here’s the latest zoning diagram.

https://a810-bisweb.nyc.gov/bisweb/B...de=ES538873131
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Thanks for posting, Chris. I couldn’t copy and paste it. The PoS that’s being replaced was the sole blight on this otherwise stunning stretch of Fifth. The architecture around here is stunning.



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