Permits Pre-Filed for 35-Story Tower at 185 Broadway in the Financial District

185 Broadway, via Google Maps185 Broadway, via Google Maps

Permits have been pre-filed a 35-story mixed-use high rise at 185 Broadway in Manhattan’s Financial District. This is the largest development filed for the area in 2018, at least, so far. The site is located right in the center of the neighborhood, near just about every major train line on the subway system, with the Fulton Street transport hub situated across the street. SL Green Realty is responsible for the project.

The 404-foot tall structure will yield 242,000 square feet, with 37,240 square feet dedicated to commercial use, and 164,600 square feet for residential use. 279 apartments will be created, averaging 600 square feet apiece, indicating relatively affordable rentals. Retail shops will occupy the cellar to the second floor, with a health club occupying the third, fourth, and fifth floors. Two floors of amenities for shared use will crown the structure.

FXCollaborative Architects will be responsible for the design.

Demolition permits have not been filed, and the estimated completion date has not been announced.

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7 Comments on "Permits Pre-Filed for 35-Story Tower at 185 Broadway in the Financial District"

  1. Please pardon me for using your space: Moving forward on the ground until project completed. I will call it. (Progress)

  2. that entire block needs to be demolished, this is definitely a waste

  3. Save for the East River Savings Bank Art Deco Building, this whole block should become one assemblage for a supertall. Anything less is a waste.

  4. Since 5 Dey Street was demolished for this, the only worthy buildings that deserve to stay are 175 Broadway (from 1865) 179 Broadway (arched windows building) and the Savings Bank IMO. Everything else I would love to see get torn to pieces(I also wish that tombstone on the block south to suffer the same fate).

  5. David Traversa | August 4, 2018 at 10:35 am | Reply

    After seeing those new projects with their desperate attempts to…”be different” and trying to épater le bourgeois, I’m starting to think that the more outrageous the design, the faster ir will become irremediably demodé.

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