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City Planning vote is on October 18th, then it’s on to the City Council for final approval.



I have high hopes that this will pass both votes pretty easily. It's just too good of a proposal to miss. Of course, that may very well just be a boatload of optimism.
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I have high hopes that this will pass both votes pretty easily. It's just too good of a proposal to miss. Of course, that may very well just be a boatload of optimism.
There are no issues, so it'll pass. Our biggest concern is just getting that tenant signed, and there's reason to believe that won't be an issue either.
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There are no issues, so it'll pass. Our biggest concern is just getting that tenant signed, and there's reason to believe that won't be an issue either.
Right by grand central, with a connected transit terminal is one big reason I would pick there if I was a tenant. Plus East Side Access will be done late next year so when this is complete it will also have that benefit. And there are other factors as well. I don't see getting a tenant as that much of an issue.
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I wish this building was named/marketed as Grand Central Tower.
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I wish this building was named/marketed as Grand Central Tower.
Central Park Tower didn't adopt its name until well after construction had started. So that could theoretically still happen.
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I wish this building was named/marketed as Grand Central Tower.
I think they prefer to use the Park Avenue address, a lot comes with that. There’s always a chance a large tenant could get naming rights. I like One Grand.
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