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45-Story, 250-Unit Tower Planned for 23rd Street in Court Square


The planned tower seen in white. The gray structures represent other planned developments, and are not part of the project at hand. (via City Planning Commission)

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Long Island City could soon be home to yet another large tower, with a 45-story development planned in the heart of Court Square.

The proposed tower would rise at the southeast corner of 23rd Street and 45th Avenue, immediately adjacent to the elevated 7 line tracks and on the same block as the Court Square station entrance. The building would also rival the 50-story One Court Square across the street.

The tower, being developed by Tavros Capital Partners, would span around 308,500 square feet, and includes approximately 250 residential units. About one-fifth of the building would be made up of office space, with some space allotted for retail use.

The development, with a height of 524 feet, also has an L-shaped footprint that covers seven low-rise multi-family buildings currently on site. The addresses of the buildings, which will be torn down to make way for the project, extend from 23-10 to 23-16 45th Ave., and 45-03 to 45-09 23rd St.



Despite the tower’s proposed size, Tavros Capital Partners is actually seeking to make changes to current zoning that ultimately allow for a significantly shorter building. The developer can already build an as-of-right project on site reaching a height of 70 stories, but is opting to build a 45-story development instead that features “a more flexible design and a more efficient floor plate size,” according to city documents.

Coralie Ayers, from the Department of City Planning, said at last week’s Community Board 2 meeting that without the requested changes, the tower would be “excessively large.” She further expanded on the application’s reasoning in a January board meeting.

“It’s quite a constrained lot, and it would have necessitated quite a tall building,” she said, adding that the changes move away from having a “skinny, extremely tall building” on site.

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The developer plans on beginning construction in 2020, and completing the project by 2022.



The development site, outlined in red. (via City Planning Commission)


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The taller, as of right version would have been about 714 ft...
https://www1.nyc.gov/assets/planning...cp038q-eas.pdf
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Good news for a prime site, though I would have preferred the taller, slimmer version.
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That Toyoko site shown in the diagram above will also yield over 1000 rooms if it comes to fruition @ 50 floors.

Thread: http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show...=173102&page=2

And now with Amazon, I think LIC is just getting started!
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We'll probally hear about this sometime this year. Project is still in development. Apparently at 48 floors. Tavros Capital and Sam Charney.

Hopefully they capitalize on LIC and up the unit count.
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Exclusive Reveal For Charney Companies & Tavros Capital’s 50-Story Skyscraper At 45-03 23rd Street, In Hunters Point



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Permits have been filed for a 50-story mixed-use skyscraper at 45-03 23rd Street in Hunters Point, Queens, and today, YIMBY has an exclusive reveal of the first rendering for the project. Located at the intersection of 23rd Street and 45th Avenue, the corner lot is steps from the Court Square subway station, serviced by the E, M, G, and 7 trains. Charney Companies and Tavros Capital under the Court Square 45th Avenue LLC are the owners behind the applications.

A rendering by Fogarty Finger, the architect of record, shows an exterior of elongated grid of bronze-accented floor-to-ceiling glass and white terracotta panels that span the entire height of the superstructure. The skyscraper will sit on an offset series of landscaped setbacks.

The proposed 544-foot-tall development will yield 350,844 square feet of space, with 194,423 square feet designated for residential use, 100,000 square feet for commercial tenants, and 3,388 square feet for community facilities. Components for the building comprise 285 condominium units with two penthouse floors, Class A office space, and retail. The concrete-based structure will also have a cellar, mezzanine, and a 25-foot-long rear yard. Amenities include a 24/7 doorman, a fitness center, resident lounges, and bike storage.

Demolition permits were filed in November 2019. An estimated completion date has not been announced.
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Great looking tower.
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Rather attractive. Will fit in well.
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Very pleasant. It'll probably be a little higher than the stated NB permit.


http://a810-bisweb.nyc.gov/bisweb/Jo...ssdocnumber=01

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Building Height (ft.): 544
Building Stories: 48
Dwelling Units: 285

I like the cluster that is forming around Citigroup. And great subway access.
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Not sure of the state of demo, also why that one standout on the corner wasn't included in the site...























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Wow this is quite nice! I like that it is glassy but not so glassy. It should fit in nicely next to the Citi and Skyline Tower and help connect those two towers on the other side of Court Square where 5 Pointz used to be.
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Super elegant, I like this one a lot.
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Not sure of the state of demo, also why that one standout on the corner wasn't included in the site...



Makes sense...



https://licpost.com/plans-filed-for-...ng-island-city

Plans Filed for 48 Story Building in Long Island City








April 5, 2020
By Michael Dorgan


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...Tavros Capital bought several parcels in 2016 and 2017 where the new development will sit. The addresses of the parcels extend from 23-10 to 23-16 45th Ave., and 45-03 to 45-09 23rd St. and consist of century-old multi-family homes.

The new project, however, will not cover the corner two-story building currently at 45-01 23rd St. The developer noted in city filings that attempts to purchase the property and its development rights from the owner were unsuccessful.

Tavros successfully rezoned the lots it did acquire to allow for the construction of a significantly shorter—but broader– building than what was permitted by zoning. The address for the development is listed as 45-03 23rd St.

The owners were able to build a 70-story structure as of right but sought a shorter building that would allow for more leasable square footage.
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^That's one stubborn mule.

It may actually make for a pretty interesting look. We may say we were glad it happened that way when the project is finished. Reminds me of that tiny one story diner they're building around in Chicago with the OneChicago development.
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^That's one stubborn mule.

It may actually make for a pretty interesting look. We may say we were glad it happened that way when the project is finished. Reminds me of that tiny one story diner they're building around in Chicago with the OneChicago development.
Reminds me of this one...


https://www.scoutingny.com/about-tha...-sixth-avenue/

The Little Townhouse In The Shadow Of 30 Rock

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At 850 feet tall, 30 Rockefeller Plaza is the 10th tallest building in New York…which is why I love the little townhouse standing next to it so much. On an avenue lined by some of Manhattan’s most iconic skyscrapers, this thing simply shouldn’t exist.

But there it is, and in fact, it’s not alone: there’s a second townhouse at the northern corner, with 30 Rock (technically, the 1250 Sixth Avenue portion of the building) sandwiched in the middle.





















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Demolition Prep Underway For 544-Foot-Tall Skyscraper At 45-03 23rd Street In Hunters Point, Queens



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Demolition preparations are underway at 45-03 23rd Street in Hunters Point, Queens, the site of a 544-foot-tall mixed-use skyscraper. Designed by Fogarty Finger and developed by Charney Companies and Tavros Capital under the Court Square 45th Avenue LLC, the 50-story tower will contain condominiums as well as commercial and community space.

Recent photographs show sidewalk scaffolding and green construction boards assembled around the low-rise buildings that currently occupy the site, which is located at the intersection of 23rd Street and 45th Avenue. Only the property directly on the corner of 45th Avenue and 23rd Street has yet to be boarded up and have its stoop closed off. Demolition should commence soon and will likely be completed quickly.

The main rendering above depicts a relatively tall superstructure with a flat roof parapet and an envelope consisting of a rectangular gridwork of lines. White terracotta panels and bronze details will surround the floor-to-ceiling glass surface. Though far from achieving supertall status, the skyscraper’s prominent height will place it squarely among the crop of new towers in the neighborhood.

The property will span 350,844 square feet, with 194,423 square feet designated for residential use, 100,000 square feet for commercial tenants, and 3,388 square feet for community facilities. There will be 285 condominium units, two penthouse floors, Class A office space, retail space, a cellar, a mezzanine, and a 25-foot-long rear yard. Amenities include a 24/7 doorman, a fitness center, resident lounges, and bicycle storage. The closest subways are the E, M, G, and 7 trains at the Court Square station.

An estimated completion date for 45-03 23rd Street has not been announced.
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