Last December, YIMBY posted the first preliminary renderings for 281 Fifth Avenue, a 52-story condominium tower that will soon begin construction on the southeast corner of 30th Street and Fifth Avenue. Permits for the project were filed early last month, and now YIMBY has obtained the first actual rendering of the glassy building, which is being designed by Rafael Viñoly.
A landmarked five-story, turn-of-the-century office building at 250 Fifth Avenue, on the corner of 28th Street in NoMad, may become a hotel and grow a 23-story tower behind it. Alteration applications were filed yesterday to expand the building to 23 stories, but the developer tells us that the single-story storefronts on 28th Street, behind the hotel, will support the new tower.
According to Curbed, HFZ Capital is converting the 19- and 13-story former rental buildings, at 88 and 90 Lexington Avenue, in NoMad, into condominiums. The buildings will be combined to share a lobby and 8,000 square feet of amenities, but the number of planned condominiums has yet to be revealed. Workshop/ADP is designing, and sales will launch in the coming weeks.
In December, YIMBY revealed plans and possible renderings for a 51-story tower at 281 Fifth Avenue, and now permits have been filed for the high-rise condo development at the corner of 30th Street.
Crain’s Business reports the China-based Fosun Group, partnered with JD Carlisle, is planning to develop a 47-story, 180-unit luxury condominium building at 126 Madison Avenue, in Midtown South close to NoMad. Handel Architects is designing the roughly…