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Old Posted Aug 20, 2019, 4:19 PM
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Does anyone know what the Elevation or AMSL (Above Mean Sea Level) is on this site ?
This FAA study suggests the height at 43 ft.







DOB ducuments put it at 42 ft and 10 inches (or about the same 43 ft).











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Old Posted Aug 25, 2019, 2:59 AM
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Please please please let this get built before a recession kills it, limits it to 500' or something else. I just love this building.
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Old Posted Aug 25, 2019, 4:43 AM
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Please please please let this get built before a recession kills it, limits it to 500' or something else. I just love this building.
Its not going to get killed because its financed, there is a housing demand in which part of this tower does have affordable housing, and there is high demand for market rate units and unbelievably so for affordable housing; so much that the lottery has horrible odds due to how many applicants are in the pipeline. This tower is not uber ultra luxury. Might I say, kinda affordable relative to whats rising on 57th Street or anywhere on the UWS.

NYC has a way of weathering recessions on a side note, as history has shown. But the biggest factor is housing in general. One might think a million dollar unit might not sell, but it will! It will!!! Its actually cheap compared to some of the bs costs in Manhattan for example. 1 million dollars might seem a lot for some cities, but depending on the neighborhood, its actually a bargain in NYC (location dependent). There is massive demand for units 400k-1.5 million in price.

Another tower thats actually cheap relatively speaking is 99 Hudson in Jersey City. Magnitudes cheaper than getting something in SoHo or Greenwich village, and you'll actually get a killer view along with it versus staring at some brick wall for a 4 million dollar unit in SoHo.
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