The Virgin Hotel at 1225 Broadway in NoMad is steadily making its way toward completion. The glass curtain wall is closing in on the upper portions of the flat roof parapet, while more steel columns, beams, and metal decking for the podium section of the property have been inserted into place. There will be a total of about 300,000 square feet of newly built space, mostly being allocated towards the 460 hotel rooms. The podium will contain 90,000 square feet of retail. Lam Group is the developer of the property, and Sir Richard Branson of Virgin Group will be in charge of managing the address.
GDSNY recently finished pouring the concrete foundation slab of 1245 Broadway, where a 22-story SOM-designed commercial office building is set to rise. The future 318-foot-tall, 200,000-square-foot NoMad project is being built by Triton Construction and co-developed by Sweden-based Klovern. CBRE is in charge of leasing both the office area and the ground-floor retail space.
YIMBY has an exclusive first look at renderings of a new 23-story residential development by Castellan Real Estate Partners in NoMad, Manhattan. SWA Architecture is the architect of record for the 227-foot-tall, 41,992-square-foot project, which will feature 54 residential units and associated amenity spaces above 2,142 square feet of ground-level retail.
Excavation work has commenced for 29th & 5th, Bjarke Ingels Group‘s proposed skyscraper at 3 West 29th Street in NoMad. Excavators, piling machines, and other construction equipment are in use at the site, which is located just five blocks south of the Empire State Building. Developed by HFZ Capital Group, the future 34-story, 551-foot-tall office tower will yield 300,000 square feet and incorporate shear glass walls and staggered outdoor terraces along the eastern elevation.
Exterior work at 30 East 31st Street is making steady progress in NoMad. Located between Park Avenue South and Madison Avenue, the 479-foot-tall residential tower is designed by Morris Adjmi Architects and developed by Ekstein Development and Pinnacle Real Estate. The distinctive pattern of crossed beams at the top of the building will soon be enclosed with floor-to-ceiling glass. Douglas Elliman Development is marketing the 88,000-square-foot project, with prices ranging from $1.65 to $12 million. The 40-story structure will contain a total of 42 units spread across 70,070 square feet of space, for an average of 1,700 square feet apiece.