Though it appears that demolition preparations have been put on hold for Tower Fifth, a proposed 1,556-foot-tall office skyscraper by Macklowe Properties, a new batch of renderings offers greater detail on the structure, which would become New York City’s tallest by roof height. Gensler is speculated to be the designer of the supertall project, which is located along East 51st Street between Madison Avenue and Fifth Avenue, directly to the north of St. Patrick’s Cathedral.
YIMBY’s Turkey Week update of stalled projects continues with The XI, a twisting pair of 26- and 36-story residential structures at 76 Eleventh Avenue in Chelsea. Designed by Danish architect Bjarke Ingels of Bjarke Ingels Group and developed by HFZ Capital Group, façade installation work appears to be on hold for the moment at the site, which is located on the western side of the High Line. Among the tallest buildings to rise along the Hudson River, the 908,250-square-foot two-tower design will yield 236 condominiums and a 137-room Six Senses Hotel Resort Spa, the brand’s first location in the United States. YIMBY last reported that Omnibuild is in charge of the construction and Douglas Elliman is handling sales and marketing.
SL Green recently celebrated the commencement of construction at One Madison Avenue, a new 1.4-million-square-foot office building in the Flatiron District. The project entails the expansion and redevelopment of an existing 13-story structure into a 27-story Class A office building.
Permits have been filed for a 31-story hotel high rise at 32 West 48 Street in Midtown‘s Diamond District. Located between Rockefeller Plaza and Sixth Avenue, the interior lot is half a block east of the 47-50 Streets-Rockefeller Center subway station, serviced by the B, D, F, and M trains. Extell is listed as the owner behind the applications.
Earlier this week, Fisher Brothers and Rockwell Group announced the completion of a major renovation project at 299 Park Avenue in Midtown East, Manhattan. The $20 million project included the installation of the 60-foot-long Living Canvas, a digital LED display that changes throughout the day and gradually over time.