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Old Posted May 13, 2014, 8:54 PM
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Two parking lots near High Line could fetch $200M
Related Cos. is eyeing the purchase of a pair of sites close to the elevated park on West 18th and West 19th streets for what would be a record price of more than $700 per square foot.

BY DANIEL GEIGER
MAY 13, 2014 1:38 P.M.


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The Related Cos. is near to buying even more on the far West Side where it is already spending billions of dollars building millions of square feet of new space.

The company is in negotiations to purchase two development sites along the High Line, the elevated park that has become a tourist sensation and attracted some of the priciest new residential development in the city in the last few years.

In the deal, Related will acquire 511-525 W. 18th St., a low-rise garage building directly west of the High Line, and also a parking lot at 500 W. 19th St. that encompasses the full block between West 18th and 19th streets along 10th Avenue and abutting the east side of the High Line. According to sources, the company will pay more than $200 million for the sites, what is thought to be a record price for land in the neighborhood.

The deal mirrors an acquisition made just across West 19th Street by developer Ziel Feldman at the end of 2012, when Mr. Feldman similarly bought up parcels on that block that hug both the east and west sides of the High Line. Mr. Feldman is currently in the process of constructing two towers on the sites. Mr. Feldman, according to reports, paid just under $50 million for those sites, a quarter of what Related is paying.

According to sources, Related is planning to erect a 250-foot tall residential tower on the site west of the High Line. That building can span much of the block, where it will be adjacent to the Frank Gehry-designed IAC headquarters building. To build to that height in the High Line district, which normally caps development at 125 feet, Related will buy neighboring air rights that allow it to build higher.

Sources estimated that Related will pay more than $700 per square foot for the development, what is seen to be the highest amount paid yet for land in that area of Manhattan, where several residential development projects are currently underway.

Related is building huge residential and commercial towers in the Hudson Yards neighborhood at the northern end of the High Line, what is the largest construction project currently underway in the entire nation.


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Edit: Title should read 511-525 West 18th St, as that's where the large tower will be.
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Insane. You can build an entire condo tower for $200 million in many places.
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The Related Companies secured $125 million in financing for a West Chelsea development site just south of the Hudson Yards megaproject, according to property records filed with the city yesterday. The developer closed on the $205 million purchase of a two-story parking garage and parking lot, thus setting a neighborhood record at more than $700 per square foot.

The New York branch of German financial-services giant Deutsche Bank AG provided the loan. Investors Barry Haskell and Matthew Resnicoff sold the 46,000-square-foot building at 511-525 West 18th Street and a 23,000-square-foot lot at 131 10th Avenue.
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Good, this parking lot has needed to go for a very long time.

It's going to be a bit weird that the highline will very shortly basically be a box canyon park instead of going over the top of old warehouses, but it's clearly been a fantastic boon to the neighborhood.
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Gimme Shelter has learned exclusively that developer The Related Companies has hired Rem Koolhaas to design their new High Line project on W. 18th St.
http://nypost.com/2015/02/04/we-hear-10/
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Could This Glass-Enclosed Farm/Condo Grow on Rem Koolhaas’ High Line Site?





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From multidisciplinary architectural firm Weston Baker Creative comes this vision of glass, grass and sass in the form of a mixed-use high-rise springing from the Rem Koolhaas parcel along Tenth Avenue and West 18th Street on banks of the High Line. As CityRealty reported, the mixed-use concept would include residences, an art gallery and ten levels of indoor farming terraces. The 12-story structure would rise from a grassy plaza, with the tower’s concrete base meeting the High Line walkway in a full-floor, glass-enclosed gallery that would sit at eye level with the park.

The tower’s form is driven by sunlight, similar to Jeanne Gang‘s “Solar Carve Tower” planned for the Meatpacking District. From Weston Baker’s page: “As the sun comes across the sky to the west, the building twists to evenly distribute daylight throughout the day.” On the southern elevation an enclosed atrium would hold 10 sets of farming terraces on view for High Line visitors and accessible to building residents. There would also be a public “observation garden” on the top floor and an art gallery on the second floor, also accessible from the High Line.
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Related Cos. High Line project four times bigger than originally thought




Developer filed permits with the Department of City Planning for a 500,000-square-foot residential project that will rise on both sides of the High Line


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A Chelsea residential project proposed by the Related Cos. is roughly four times bigger than originally thought, according to documents filed with the city, and will actually wrap under the High Line and rise on both sides.

On Sept. 30, Related filed permits to construct a 10-story, 108,024-square-foot building with 63 condo units and ground-floor retail along 10th Avenue between West 18th and West 19th streets, but those plans did not account for the full size of the project. Weeks later, Related filed an application for a neighboring site, which was reviewed by Crain's, showing that the firm's plans are much more ambitious.

The new filing, which has already been approved by the head of the City Planning Commission, calls for a ground-floor retail connection that would run beneath the High Line, starting from the building along 10th Avenue and ending at another building Related plans to construct on an adjacent parcel.

The company will demolish the existing structure and replace it with a 22-story residential building. The whole complex will be nearly 430,000 square feet, though it is unclear how many apartments it will house.

The firm is boosting the size of the project by about 116,000 square feet in exchange for paying roughly $5.8 million into the High Line Improvement Fund, a pot of cash used to pay for upgrades in the area. The fund, and the ability to increase the density of new projects in certain spots near the High Line, are all features of the Special West Chelsea District, a unique zoning plan created for the area that has allowed for many similar transactions.

Related also plans to build a stairway and elevator to the High Line from the development site.
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Lovely. The buildings being demoed are rather 10th rate.
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116,000 square feet in exchange for paying roughly $5.8 million
Wow, $50 per square foot is quite a steal, even if it is on the west side.
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Thomas Heatherwick Designs Bubble-Wrapped Condos to Saddle Up Next to the High Line







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As a follow-up to Hudson Yards’ Vessel and the back-on-the-table Pier 55 project, Thomas Heatherwick is to bring another architectural oddity to Manhattan’s west side. Last year, at the groundbreaking ceremony of Vessel, Related Companies’ chairman Stephen Ross hinted that the acclaimed British designer is involved in another of their numerous west side developments. Lo and behold, via an EB5 filings website, the property to be is 515 West 18th Street, a dozen blocks south of their Hudson Yards mega-project. As typical with Related, the handful of renderings show the project will walk the fine line between architectural invention and real estate pragmaticism.

As we previously reported, the property anchors the entire western blockfront of Tenth Avenue between West 18th and 20th Street. It is bisected by the High Line and is an earshot from the Hudson River waterfront. Related picked up the site in 2014, for a then-neighborhood record sum of $205 million. Now-approved Construction permits were filed in late 2016 by the project’s executive architects SLCE, and demolition of a 2-floor warehouse has since then finished. Now, earthmovers and diggers are preparing the foundation and completion is scheduled for mid-2020.
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Just an enlargement. Via the EB-5 video promo.

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Wow that looks great! So many interesting new buildings in that area.
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One look at this piece of awesome stopped my gob, that's for sure.

And yes, I prefer the original with the late, great Gene Wilder.

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Nice company for that IAC building.

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The only thing that throws it off are the small windows between the 4th and 6th floor. IDK why they added them like that.
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Wow this is unique and eye-catching. Build it!

Too bad it isn’t 50 stories. Something this good should be bigger.
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515 West 18th Street offers a distinctive reinvention of the Chelsea warehouse architectural style, featuring a modern interpretation of the bay window and a custom masonry façade. The 21-story building comprises a collection of approximately 180 one, two, three and four bedroom residences, many of which bestow uninterrupted cityscape and Hudson River views, and promise to provide residents a totally integrated lifestyle destination. 515 West 18th Street is part of a two-tower development that links underneath the High Line. The development is in the heart of the art gallery district, within a short walk to sprawling parks, acclaimed restaurants, storied nightlife and several of Manhattan’s finest schools.

The building is designed by Heatherwick Studio, founded by the British designer Thomas Heatherwick in 1994. Hailed for a number of significant projects in the UK, including the award-winning UK Pavilion at the Shanghai World Expo 2010, the studio’s work also includes Vessel at Hudson Yards and Lincoln Center in Manhattan, a new campus for Google in Silicon Valley (with BIG) as well as Zeitz MOCAA, a museum in Cape Town, South Africa that makes use of a disused grain silo.

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