Back in August of 2016, YIMBY reported on new building applications that were filed for a site off the corner of Evergreen Avenue and Jefferson Street, in Bushwick. Now, we have the reveal for the site, which is being designed by Joshua Felix of J Goldman Design/Beam Group.
Back in January of 2017, YIMBY reported on new job applications for a site spanning 265-267 Broadway, in Tribeca. Gene Kaufman is designing the tower, and now we have the first look at plans for the project, which will yield a glassy skyscraper peaking 510 feet above the streets below.
There has been no bigger development saga in Manhattan than the rebuilding of the World Trade Center, and while it may not seem glaringly obvious, things took a major step forward this week as the glass atop 175 Greenwich Street reached the building’s parapet. It will still take another few months for the southern and eastern sides of the supertall, aka Three World Trade Center, to be completely enclosed, but both northern and western fronts are now fully complete.
Back in June, Cayuga Capital Management filed new building applications for 16 Berry Street, along the Williamsburg waterfront in Brooklyn. Today, YIMBY has the reveal for the project, which is being designed by DXA Studio and will hold over 60,000 square feet of space.
Downtown’s condominium boom has so far resulted in several near-supertall towers, with 56 Leonard and 30 Park Place both topping-out in the past few years. Further south, 45 Broad Street promises to become the Financial District’s first legitimate residential supertall, while plans at 125 Greenwich Street have also been advancing. The latter site had previously been anticipated to rise almost 1,400 feet, but after the departure of Michael Shvo from the development team, plans have taken several major turns. Now, Bizzi & Partners has released renderings and filed plans revealing the final design, which will top out 912 feet above the streets below.