GDSNY’s 1245 Broadway Completes Concrete Pouring And Begins Superstructure, in NoMad

1241 Broadway, rendering from GDSNY1241 Broadway, rendering from GDSNY

GDSNY recently finished pouring the concrete foundation slab of 1245 Broadway, where a 22-story SOM-designed commercial office building is set to rise. The future 318-foot-tall, 200,000-square-foot NoMad project is being built by Triton Construction and co-developed by Sweden-based Klovern. CBRE is in charge of leasing both the office area and the ground-floor retail space.

New photos show construction at the property approaching street level. The formwork for the ground-floor slab is underway and making its way diagonally toward the sidewalk and street. The address was also recently changed from 1241 Broadway to 1245 Broadway.

Looking through the construction fence. Photo by Michael Young

1245 Broadway. Photo by Michael Young

Below are photos that show the span and scale of the concrete pouring.

Photo from GDSNY

Photo from GDSNY

Photo from GDSNY

Photo from GDSNY

Photo from GDSNY

1241 Broadway will contain 200,000 square feet of class A office interiors with 12-foot-tall ceilings, as well as ground-floor retail and a restaurant. Offices will begin on the second level and rise to the top floor, and will have amenities such as bicycle storage for office workers.

The structure will feature a curtain wall composed of architecturally finished concrete panels between floor-to-ceiling windows with triple-insulated glass. Large terraces positioned on the building’s multiple setbacks will provide workers with access to fresh air, light, and views of the surrounding neighborhood. A private tenant amenity lounge with skylights, private phone booths, communal work areas, a fireplace, and a beverage station will also be included. The developers are aiming for LEED-silver certification.

A new rendering also show the tower’s upper floors, complete with the terrace.

1241 Broadway, rendering from GDSNY

1241 Broadway, rendering from GDSNY

The closest subways include the B, D, F, M, N, Q, R, W, and PATH trains at the 34th Street-Herald Square subway station; the 1 train at the 28th Street station; and Penn Station to the west. Madison Square Park is a modest walk down Broadway.

1241 Broadway, rendering from GDSNY

Completion of 1241 Broadway is expected by the end of 2020.

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2 Comments on "GDSNY’s 1245 Broadway Completes Concrete Pouring And Begins Superstructure, in NoMad"

  1. That’s some clean foundation!

  2. That is one gorgeous looking building!! Triton Construction doing phenomenal work, as always!!

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