At the intersection of the Upper East Side and Midtown East, there has been a surge of new development, starting with the newly-iconic 432 Park Avenue, by Macklowe Properties. And now we have the first full rendering of the same developer’s plans for 200 East 59th Street, designed by CetraRuddy, thanks to the YIMBY Forums, where EB-5 materials for the project have surfaced. YIMBY previously revealed the first renderings of the building back in November, but this image is the first to show the whole tower, which will feature wraparound terraces on every floor.
Back in March of 2016, YIMBY brought you the first renderings of the 22-story, 52-unit mixed-use building planned at 21 East 12th Street (a.k.a. 100 University Place), in Greenwich Village. Now, complete models of the building, crafted by Radii Inc., have been posted to the YIMBY Forums. The new tower will encompass 122,272 square feet. There will be 13,075 square feet of retail on the ground and cellar levels, in addition to 1,050 square feet of community facility space also on the street level. The residential units, which will be condominiums, should average 2,076 square feet apiece. Amenities include a parking garage in the sub-cellar, storage for 27 bikes, a fitness center, a lounge, and an outdoor terrace on the second floor. William Macklowe Company is the developer, while Annabelle Selldorf Architects is designing the building. SLCE Architects is serving as the architect of record. The site’s former four-story building was demolished earlier this year.
In December of 2015, William Maklowe Company and Principal Real Estate Investors acquired the 14-story, 190,000-square-foot former Scribner Printing Plant building – located at 311 West 43rd Street, in Hell’s Kitchen – for $107 million. Now, the owners are are renovating the former industrial property into modern office space, dubbed The Press, according to Commercial Observer. The renovations include a redesigned lobby, a new canopy over the entrance, new windows, and a top-down revitalization of the interior. Some of the vacant floors will see a more extensive overhaul, like the 12,749-square-foot eleventh floor, which will get a high-end kitchen, and glass conference rooms. Other upgrades include a penthouse lounge, equipped with a pantry, and an outdoor roof deck. Construction is expected to wrap up by the end of the summer. Currently, there’s about 80,000 square feet of vacant space in the building.
It was back in January that the Landmarks Preservation Commission approved exterior modifications that will allow 1 Wall Street, the 1931, 50-story-tall, Ralph Walker-designed office building at the corner of Broadway in the Financial District,…
A big change for a Lower Manhattan landmark is one step closer to becoming a reality. On Tuesday, the Landmarks Preservation Commission approved modifications to 1 Wall Street, paving the way for its conversion from bank headquarters to residential condominiums with ground-floor retail.