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Old Posted Mar 20, 2020, 12:23 AM
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Seeing those renderings of that previous great design is so disappointing.
I think part of the problem with the renderings on this one is that they don't flush out the setbacks enough. It basically looks like a straight box, even though we know it isn't. Of course, it doesn't have the "twist" like some of the older versions. I want to see the actual diagram and better renderings.



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I agree. This design has significant setbacks and will look beautiful. I'm curious if there are setbacks on the west façade too. One would expect that there are since not all tenants will occupy full floors.

While I like this design a lot, I don't see it rising any time soon. The shi.t is about to hit the fan in the world economy. The battered stock markets merely offer a hint on the forthcoming tsunami. We're in for a crazy, f.cking ride, lads.
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Isn't this one on-spec. Hopefully it'll continue once this economic hit is over.
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https://nypost.com/2020/03/29/corona...evelopers-say/

Coronavirus pandemic won’t upend key NYC projects, developers say

By Steve Cuozzo
March 29, 2020


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Big Apple developers will be sweating out the open-ended statewide construction halt ordered by Gov. Andrew Cuomo last week, but are optimistic the crisis will end soon enough to save their projects and investments.

The overdue shutdown to protect thousands of construction workers from contracting the coronavirus puts into limbo some 25 million square feet of office space and 5,000 apartments in the five boroughs that are in various phases of construction.
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Some companies acted swiftly. Howard Hughes Corp. shut down work on the Seaport’s Tin Building and Pier 17 early last week before the state mandate.

Other stymied projects range from nearly finished ones such as Lightstone’s 130 William St. condo tower to others still at the foundation level, including Boston Properties’ and Joseph Moinian’s 3 Hudson Boulevard office tower.

Additional sites falling silent include Related Cos’ 50 Hudson Yards, Tishman Speyer’s Spiral, SL Green’s One Vanderbilt and the Durst Organization’s Queens Plaza Park — a 67-story rental apartment tower — in Long Island City.

Douglas Durst told The Post of the overall situation: “Once the construction stoppage is lifted, projects will get going pretty quickly. The financing is in place and this stoppage doesn’t screw it up.” Durst previously said leasing at Queens Plaza Park was to start in 2021.
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Several developers’ reps emphasized that any visible, ongoing work is to secure sites to protect the public and the properties during the shutdown.

At One Vanderbilt, work can proceed on ground and below-ground work as part of SL Green’s $200 million investment in new subway station links — but not on the tower itself, which was scheduled to open later in 2020.
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Slow, but looks like there has been at least some movement since those aerial pictures in early April.
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Sry, meant this for the spiral.
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I love this design because it is simplistic and to the point. Some of the buildings in Hudson Yards look offsetting and jumbled.
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Hope we see steel rise soon, I feel like it's been forever.
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Is this tower actually rising at the moment? It appears to be. I wonder if Moinian has a tenant or if it's on spec?
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Near-Supertall Three Hudson Boulevard Reaches Street Level In Hudson Yards



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Construction has reached street level on Three Hudson Boulevard, a planned $3 billion office skyscraper designed by FXCollaborative and developed by Boston Properties and The Moinian Group. The Hudson Yards development will rise around 940 feet and yield 1.86 million square feet, featuring column-free floor plates, private outdoor terraces for select suites, and wide views of the Manhattan skyline and Hudson River.

Recent photos show most of the ground-floor slab at street level. Large bundles of L-shaped steel rebar are neatly piled across the site, waiting to be placed into position. There are also a number of steel members poking above the sub-level portion of the project, which look like the columns that will form part of the core of the edifice. We have yet to see the assembly of the construction cranes to help raise the skyscraper.

The site is located on a full-block parcel, bound by Eleventh Avenue to the west, West 34th Street to the south, Bella Abzug Park and Hudson Boulevard to the east, and West 35th Street to the north. The multi-story podium will house one anchor tenant occupying 50,000-square-foot floor plates and ceiling heights in excess of 16 feet, while the main building itself houses the second tenant with 35,000-square-foot floor plates. Each tenant will have two separate entrances.
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Again with the conflicting heights?

987'? 940'?
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Again with the conflicting heights?

987'? 940'?
Could just be outdated information, I hope?
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