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clubtokyo Dec 24, 2021 11:59 PM

What is that pyramid like building in the spanning pic? Never seen that before.

chris08876 Dec 25, 2021 3:12 AM

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Originally Posted by clubtokyo (Post 9486129)
What is that pyramid like building in the spanning pic? Never seen that before.

That's VIA 57 West.

JMKeynes Dec 25, 2021 5:02 AM

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Originally Posted by clubtokyo (Post 9486129)
What is that pyramid like building in the spanning pic? Never seen that before.

That’s the amazing thing about NY. A 500’ tall pyramid can be lost in the sea of skyscrapers. This would be the signature building in 99% of American skylines.

clubtokyo Dec 25, 2021 8:52 PM

You are totally right!

JMKeynes Dec 25, 2021 9:05 PM

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Originally Posted by clubtokyo (Post 9486387)
You are totally right!

:cheers::cheers:

NYguy Dec 26, 2021 4:31 AM

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MAC123 Dec 31, 2021 5:55 AM

And that's a wrap. Construction is officially done with this one. Now we just have to wait for them to fix all the lights.

NYguy Dec 31, 2021 7:10 AM

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Originally Posted by MAC123 (Post 9489969)
And that's a wrap. Construction is officially done with this one. Now we just have to wait for them to fix all the lights.

Yeah, all that’s needed are some pics of the completed building. I haven’t had a chance to walk around site in a while.

The New York Lion Jan 5, 2022 8:54 PM

This tower is nice and tall.

With Governor Hooch proposing a removal of the FAR cap on residential buildings, it could look TINY in 20 years.

We may very well get some 2,000+ footers if that goes through.

MAC123 Jan 5, 2022 9:02 PM

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Originally Posted by The New York Lion (Post 9494147)
This tower is nice and tall.

With Governor Hooch proposing a removal of the FAR cap on residential buildings, it could look TINY in 20 years.

We may very well get some 2,000+ footers if that goes through.

This would be massive for the entire city. And definitely needs to go through. And frankly, as much as I love towers, the most important thing about this is relieving the stress on the NYC housing market. Tall, shiny architectural icons are nothing without the vibrant city that surrounds them.

NYguy Jan 5, 2022 10:19 PM

We’ll see how this one does…


https://finance.yahoo.com/news/extel...200500955.html

EXTELL SELLS RECORD BREAKING 200 UNITS AT TWO PROPERTIES IN 2021


January 5, 2022

Over $400 Million Combined Sold at One Manhattan Square and Brooklyn Point



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Extell Development Company – a full-service national real estate developer of residential, commercial and hospitality properties – announced today that two of its largest residential developments, One Manhattan Square and Brooklyn Point, have each sold over 100 units in 2021 for a combined total of more than $400 million in sales. Extell is the only developer in New York to ever sell over 100 units at two separate buildings within one calendar year. The sales success is a testament to the strength of the real estate market in New York City, as well as consumer confidence in Extell's high-quality residential offerings.

“Not only do we believe in the strength and resiliency of New York City but so did our buyers who saw an opportunity to take advantage of today's pricing and call this city home," said Gary Barnett, Founder and Chairman of Extell Development Company. "We have created buildings unlike any other in both Manhattan and Brooklyn that both offer Extell quality, stunning views, unprecedented amenities, and immense savings that come with 20- and 25-year tax abatements."

eXodius Jan 5, 2022 10:43 PM

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Originally Posted by MAC123 (Post 9489969)
And that's a wrap. Construction is officially done with this one. Now we just have to wait for them to fix all the lights.

Have they removed all the scaffolding and put up all the missing panels and glass? I haven't been there since October but it mainly felt like it was needing those things done along with getting the lights going (which we can at least say will be within this year lol)

NYguy Jan 14, 2022 1:48 AM

Almost hidden...


https://www.instagram.com/p/CYpviGcrKsn/

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NYguy Jan 14, 2022 12:12 PM

This is insane. I don’t think even CPT will reach this, just across the street…


https://www.bloomberg.com/news/artic...or-190-million

Billionaire Och Sells New York Apartment for $190 Million
Investor had purchased the property for $95 million in 2019



ByBenjamin Stupples and Sophie Alexander
January 13, 2022


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Daniel Och sold a Manhattan apartment for about $190 million just two years after buying the property for $95 million, according to a person with knowledge of the sale.

Och purchased the penthouse apartment at 220 Central Park South in 2019 after he relocated from New York to Florida for tax purposes. A spokesman for Och declined to comment on the sale, which was earlier reported by the Wall Street Journal.

In 2021, at least 40 residential properties sold for more than $50 million in the U.S., according to data compiled by the appraiser Miller Samuel, an approximately 35% increase over 2020. New York featured heavily on the list, including Joseph Tsai paying $157.5 million for a duplex, also at 220 Central Park South.



https://therealdeal.com/2022/01/13/t...s-of-2021/amp/

These buildings were the best-selling new developments of 2021


https://therealdeal-com.cdn.ampproje...21-705x440.jpg


BY JOE LOVINGER
JAN 13, 2022


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New developments flew off the shelf last year, but with so many residences popping up across the city, it’s hard to know what buildings are driving the boom.

The Real Deal has ranked the top ten selling new developments of 2021 using new data compiled by Brown Harris Stevens Development Marketing.
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In a notable departure from previous years, no one neighborhood dominated last year’s leaders. The city’s biggest deals are typically concentrated in the corridors of power along Madison Avenue and Billionaire’s Row, but last year spread the wealth.

Buyers flocked to developments in Downtown Manhattan like Lightstone’s 130 William Street and Iliad Realty Group’s 67 Vestry, as 30 percent of new development contract dollars landed south of 14th Street. Another 19 percent settled into new towers on the Upper East and Upper West Side, as 200 Amsterdam and 200 East 83rd Street brought tall living to the tony enclaves.
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Still, one highrise loomed above them all. Extell Development’s Central Park Tower, the city’s tallest, posted nearly $372 million in new contract signings. That’s over $20 million above the next best seller.

Two caveats: The vast majority of new developments report their contracts. But some, like One Wall Street and 111 West 57th, don’t publicly report their contracts so they couldn’t be included on the list. Additionally, the contracts report last asking price, not the closing price, so actual sales volumes are likely lower than the sum of their last asks.
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Address Sales volume Contracts signed

217 West 57th Street $371,983,468 26

200 East 83rd Street $350,870,000 50

200 Amsterdam Avenue $332,021,500 46

515 West 18th Street $303,712,982 74

109 East 79th Street $303,030,000 19

15 East 30th Street $295,940,000 85

378 West End Avenue $258,905,000 26

15 Hudson Yards $258,177,450 40

130 William Street $218,202,658 81

67 Vestry Street $204,965,000 12


JMKeynes Jan 14, 2022 12:28 PM

I hope that the related news re: 220 CPS prompts Roth to build something similar at 31 W 57th, which Vornado owns with LeFrak. Given that nothing is happening here despite the Kelvin market, I wonder if the two partners are disputing.

This should also prompt “So Low”viev to build something better than the 650’, 1970s glass box that he plans next to The Crown Building.

NYguy Jan 21, 2022 3:13 AM

https://twitter.com/seanbeebs/status...533897/photo/1

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/FJBackxX...jpg&name=large

NYguy Jan 23, 2022 10:08 PM

I think we can call a wrap on this one. Exterior construction appears to be completed, and that's good enough.



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