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323 East 79th Street Reaches its Pinnacle on Manhattan’s Upper East Side

Construction has topped out on 323 East 79th Street, a 17-story residential building in the Yorkville section of the Upper East Side. Designed by Woods Bagot Architects and developed by Boomerang Development Group, which purchased the property from Spruce Capital Partners for $13.7 million, the 214-foot-tall structure will yield 35,045 square feet and 15 full-floor condominium units in three-bedroom, two-bathroom layouts. All homes will feature direct elevator access, and some will span two floors. Sunlight Construction AA is the general contractor for the property, which is located on a narrow plot between First and Second Avenues, a short walk from the 86th Street subway station with access to the Q train.

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323 East 79th Street Rises Past Halfway Mark on Manhattan’s Upper East Side

Construction is rising on 323 East 79th Street, a 17-story residential tower in the Yorkville section of the Upper East Side. Designed by Woods Bagot Architects and developed by Boomerang Development Group, which purchased the property from Spruce Capital Partners for $13.7 million, the 214-foot-tall structure will yield 35,045 square feet and 15 full-floor condominium units. Each will feature a three-bedroom, two-bathroom layout with direct elevator access, and some will span two floors. Sunlight Construction AA LLC is the general contractor for the property, which is located on a narrow plot between First and Second Avenues.

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Existing view of 49-51 Chambers Street – Woods Bagot

Culturespaces Wins Approvals for Immersive Gustav Klimt Experience at the Historic Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank in Lower Manhattan

Manhattan’s historic Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank will be reborn as Hall des Lumières, a permanent center for immersive art exhibitions and cultural events. Located at 49-51 Chambers Street in Civic Center, Manhattan proposals to transform the building’s ground floor were subject to review by the Landmark Preservation Commission and approved last August.

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