One of the largest remaining development sites in the Hudson Yards rezoning, owned by Tishman Speyer, now has official plans, as per the Wall Street Journal. The building, at 66 Hudson Boulevard, will stand 1,005 feet to its pinnacle, rising 65 floors and containing 2.85 million square feet overall, including 27,000 square feet of retail. The tower will cost upwards of $3 billion, and Danish architect Bjarke Ingels of BIG is designing the supertall, which will be laced in bands of diagonal sky terraces. The site is located between West 34th and West 35th Streets and 10th Avenue, and Tishman is currently seeking an anchor tenant.
After obtaining $1 billion in financing, HFZ Capital Group has closed on the development site at 76 11th Avenue, or 518 West 18th Street, in West Chelsea. The lot comes remediated and vacant, and it’s one of the most expensive acquisitions in New York’s history, according to The Real Deal, clocking in at $1,100 per square-foot.
Last week, YIMBY took a stroll on the Far West Side, and while there’s a lot of construction in the area, 625 West 57th Street was definitely the highlight. Bjarke Ingels’s “courtscraper” – a mix…
625 West 57th Street is now rising rapidly, and the site has seen major progress over the past few months; the building is being developed by Durst, and Bjarke Ingels of BIG is the project’s architect….
Foundation work for The Pyramid is mostly complete, and forms for the project’s ground floor are now in place; the 753-unit development is now rising, and will eventually stand 32 floors and nearly 500 feet….