821 Broadway, via Loopnet

Governor Hochul Announces Three Nominations For State And National Registers Of Historic Places

Governor Kathy Hochul recently announced that three New York City properties have been recommended for historic recognition, highlighting their unique contributions to the city and state’s architectural and cultural heritage. The nominations are part of a broader initiative to preserve New York State’s history, and are three of 15 total properties across New York State that have been proposed for inclusion in the State and National Registers of Historic Places. All three nominations are located in Manhattan.

Read More

New Renderings Revealed For One Grand At 76 Varick Street in Hudson Square, Manhattan 

New renderings have been revealed for One Grand, a 28-story mixed-use building at 76 Varick Street in Hudson Square, Manhattan. Designed by SHoP Architects and developed by Taconic Investment Partners and Nuveen Real Estate, the 430,763-square-foot structure will yield offices, a public grade school, and retail space. Trinity Real Estate is the owner of the vacant lot, which is alternately addressed as Two Hudson Square and bound by Grand Street to the north, Canal Street to the south, Varick Street to the west, and Sullivan Street, Duarte Square, and Sixth Avenue to the east.

Read More

7 Platt Street Rises Above Street Level in Financial District, Manhattan 

Construction is rising on 7 Platt Street, a 37-story mixed-use building in the Financial District of Lower Manhattan. Designed by Hill West Architects and developed by The Moinian Group, the 464-foot-tall structure will span 267,760 square feet and yield 250 rental apartments with interiors by Fogarty Finger, as well as 43,740 square feet of retail space on the first five stories and 34 below-grade parking spaces. Titanium Construction is the general contractor for the property, which is alternately addressed as 110 John Street and located on an interior lot bound by John Street to the north and Platt Street to the south.

Read More

Rendering of the new Midtown Bus Terminal, courtesy of Port Authority of New York and New Jersey

Funding Approved For New Port Authority Bus Terminal In Midtown, Manhattan

Governor Kathy Hochul, New York City Mayor Eric Adams, and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ) have agreed to work together to finance a $10 billion project to replace and expand the Port Authority Bus Terminal in Midtown, Manhattan. The city has agreed to allocate 40 years of tax revenue from three new commercial developments to fund the project, which has been designed by Foster + Partners. The tax allocation is expected to generate around $2 billion and cover approximately 20 percent of the total anticipated $10 billion cost of construction for the project.

Read More