122 Fifth Avenue

Aerial Rendering of proposed alterations and rooftop pavilion at 122 Fifth Avenue - Studios Architecture

122 Fifth Avenue’s Expansion Tops Out in Union Square, Manhattan

YIMBY attended a topping-out ceremony for 122 Fifth Avenue, a 11-story commercial building expansion in Union Square. Designed by STUDIOS Architecture and developed by Bromley Companies, the 300,000-square-foot project involves the erection of a one-story steel-framed addition above the parapet of the landmarked building, as well as the construction of a reinforced concrete annex that will expand the property’s T-shaped footprint along West 17th Street. Microsoft has signed on as the anchor tenant for the office space, and athleisure company Allbirds will occupy the retail space. Omnibuld is the general contractor for the Midtown, Manhattan property.

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Full 17th Street elevation of the existing (left), previously proposed (center), and currently prosed (right) property at 122 Fifth Ave - The Bromley Companies; Studios Architecture

Updated Proposals Revealed for Commercial Expansion at 122 Fifth Avenue in Union Square, Manhattan

The Landmarks Preservation Commission will this week review updated proposals to renovate an existing commercial office building and construct a ground-up ten-story building at 122 Fifth Avenue in Union Square, Manhattan. The T-shaped property is located within the Ladies Mile Historic District and was originally completed in 1899 by architect Robert Maynicke and real estate developer Henry Corn.

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Aerial Rendering of proposed alterations and rooftop pavilion at 122 Fifth Avenue - Studios Architecture

Updated Renderings Reveal Renovation Project at 122 Fifth Avenue in Union Square, Manhattan

The Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) is reviewing updated proposals to renovate and expand a ten-story commercial building at 122 Fifth Avenue near Union Square, Manhattan. Renderings from Studios Architecture reveal a new rooftop pavilion and extensive updates to the building’s facade at each elevation along Fifth Avenue, 17th Street, and 18th Street.

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