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Is that a setback on the north side or a construction elevator? If the former, then the setbacks on this tower are substantial.
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Looks like she's ready to sprout above ground any day now.

Bit off topic, but is it just perspective from the photo, or do the terraces on The Spiral appear to get a little wider as they go up the tower?
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Looks like she's ready to sprout above ground any day now.

Bit off topic, but is it just perspective from the photo, or do the terraces on The Spiral appear to get a little wider as they go up the tower?
They vary in size.


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From my 3d model of New York:

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good work!

this one is better than a box, but not nearly as good as 1 and 2 mw.
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From my 3d model of New York:


30 Hudson just gets swallowed up by these towers.
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Three Hudson Boulevard Set For Vertical Ascent In Hudson Yards



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Construction is set to rise at Three Hudson Boulevard, a planned $3 billion office skyscraper designed by FXCollaborative for both Boston Properties and The Moinian Group. The 56-story Hudson Yards development is expected to culminate with a roof parapet of around 940 feet and yield a total of 1.86 million square feet. The interiors will feature column-free floor plates, private outdoor terraces for select suites, and prime views of the Manhattan skyline, Hudson Yards, and the nearby Hudson River.

Recent photographs show the ground-floor slab mostly complete, while a plethora of steel rebar protrudes from the locations of the core and inner central walls.

The northern and southern elevations appear to rise uninterrupted, while the eastern and western façades have seemingly shallow setbacks that will likely be topped by the private office terraces previously mentioned. Some floors are slated to provide ceiling spans as high as 30 feet. A flat rooftop will cap the glass-enclosed skyscraper.

It will be interesting to see how reflective or transparent the envelope will be and how it compares to some of its nearby architectural counterparts such as The Spiral by Bjarke Ingels Group and 10 and 30 Hudson Yards by Kohn Pedersen Fox. The superstructure should likely begin to rise before the end of the year.

Three Hudson Boulevard is planned to be completed by 2023.
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Would be nice here...could be 50 or the Spiral.


https://therealdeal.com/2020/09/10/b...-hudson-yards/

Barclays eyes big move to Hudson Yards
Bank is looking to lease 500K sf for US headquarters


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Barclays is eyeing a big move to Hudson Yards.

The London-based bank is considering moving its U.S. headquarters to the Far West Side megadevelopment from its current location in Times Square, Bloomberg reported.

Barclays is looking to lease around 500,000 square feet. The bank is currently headquartered at the former Lehman Brothers building at 747 Seventh Avenue, which it acquired in a deal to buy part of the investment bank’s U.S. operations in 2008.

“I think this provides another data point that fears of the demise of Manhattan office buildings may be overblown,” said Bloomberg Intelligence analyst Jeffrey Langbaum.
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BP did mention recently they talked to a company looking for a large amount of space. That was around when Blackstone announced they were shopping for 1M SF.
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Only in NY! This is bitter news for small-towners hoping for NY’s demise!
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The various changes to this development throughout the years.



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Unpredictably, the absolute WORST designed get built. Another diluent to the NYC skyline..... <scoffs!>
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Unpredictably, the absolute WORST designed get built. Another diluent to the NYC skyline..... <scoffs!>
Disagree, I like the two right-middle ones less, though the original (second to left) is my favorite

I think this will surprise us
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Some people were speculating that Moinian was building just to street level and would stop until he finds a tenant, but these photos suggest otherwise.
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Some people were speculating that Moinian was building just to street level and would stop until he finds a tenant, but these photos suggest otherwise.
As it's been 2 months with no new posts, has this project stalled? Hopefully not
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As it's been 2 months with no new posts, has this project stalled? Hopefully not
Depending on how you define "stalled", this project has been stalled for nearly a decade. At this stage, the right question is if or when. I highly doubt Moinian has abandoned this project, so the "if" is off the table. As for the when, its anyones guess.. but to answer your question, i do think it is, technically-speaking, stalled until they find a tenant
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