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Derek2k3
December 30th, 2002, 11:01 AM
1930 Broadway/1926 Broadway
29 stories 318ft
Glenwood Management
Under Construction 2002-2003/2004


http://www.rkf.com/images/prpimg/1930bway_full.jpg

nothing special...

Eugenius
December 30th, 2002, 11:35 AM
Is that the building right across the street from Lincoln Center? *I can only imagine how much those apartments will go for...

Kris
December 30th, 2002, 02:33 PM
Another shitty residential tower.

Fabb
December 30th, 2002, 03:14 PM
Totally agree.
It would be cool if I owned one of these apartments, though.

Kris
December 30th, 2002, 05:42 PM
I probably wouldn't balk at it either, and that's the problem. People buy them anyway so they keep going up.

amigo32
December 31st, 2002, 12:48 AM
That building does look rather unimaginative. *Economics over stlye, I suppose.

Gulcrapek
December 31st, 2002, 01:22 AM
Nice shape if nothing else.. at least it's not ugly

JerzDevl2000
December 31st, 2002, 02:18 AM
Location, location, location - that's all I have to say. Too bad the architecture isn't up to those 3 keys of real estate.

amigo32
December 31st, 2002, 02:20 AM
You're right, at least it's not ugly. *They could have designed it a lot worse. And, they could have designed it a lot better. I guess this is what you call "barely passing".

(Edited by amigo32 at 1:33 am on Dec. 31, 2002)

krulltime
June 30th, 2004, 01:13 AM
The Grand Tier:

http://www.pbase.com/image/30761150.jpg
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Derek2k3
November 1st, 2005, 11:11 AM
A preview of 10 Barclay?

The Grand Tier
1930 Broadway/1926-1936 Broadway/49-65 West 64th Street/58-62 West 62nd Street
30 stories 339 feet
Costas Kondylis & Partners
Dev-Glenwood Management
Residential Rental
332 units 448,405 Sq. Ft.
Completed 2002-2004


http://www.pbase.com/archit_kderek2k3/image/51635623.jpg
Sun & Associates
http://www.sunassociate.com/recentproject-htm/project-36.htm


Glenwood Management
The Grand Tier
http://www.glenwoodnyc.com/Streamline?p=viewPage.jsp&id=5&nid=5&bid=21

Amenities

* Public spaces decorated by acclaimed American designer John Saladino

* Sophisticated lobby featuring a rare French tapestry, vaulted ceiling, floors of silver travertine and marble, tranquil seating area with English sycamore and upholstered wall panels

* Monitored service entrance

* Lobby vestibules with Italian iron consoles and Venetian-style mirrors

* Elegant corridors with alabaster lighting fixtures and wall sconces, crown moldings, chair rails and decoratively framed?apartment doors

* High-speed passenger elevators, plus separate service elevator

* Fully equipped, air conditioned laundry facility


Special Amenities (included)

* State-of-the-art Fitness Center

* Men's and women's limestone and marble dressing rooms and separate saunas

* 50-foot swimming pool of limestone and mosaic stone inlay

* Lounge with kitchen

* Landscaped outdoor terrace with arbor, limestone floor and teak furniture

* Children's Playroom

* Attended service entrance with package room and delivery escort

* Culligan water filtration system

* Glenwood Concierge 24-hour personal service hotline


Optional Amenities (for purchase)

* High-speed Internet access

* Attended 24-hour indoor garage

* Cable and satellite television

* Valet/maid services


http://www.rkf.com/exclusive_listings/1930bway.htm
http://www.rkf.com/images/FILESFORWEB_2005/1930Broadway_mainb.jpg


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http://www.therealdeal.net/issues/February_2005/1107827863.php
The Real Deal
The Grand Tier - 1930 Broadway
Developer Glenwood has reopened its latest residence for leasing after a first phase this summer, in which 65 percent of the apartments were rented. Units include one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, duplexes and penthouse floor-through units. Contact: Glenwood, 1-877-535-0500.

http://www.findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m3601/is_44_51/ai_n14705238
$40,000 a month penthouse rental at Grand Tier
Real Estate Weekly, June 15, 2005

http://www.rejournal.com/ne/news/oldNewsDetails_sql.asp?id=7771&type=fin&regg=ny
Archived News Details for 1/11/2005
GLENWOOD ANNOUNCES GRAND TIER, LINCOLN CENTER’S NEWEST LUXURY RESIDENCE, IS OPEN FOR PHASE II LEASING
--Unprecedented 65% of apartments rented in first nine weeks during Phase I—

http://www.findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m3601/is_3_52/ai_n6198854
Design takes the lead in the residential market
Real Estate Weekly, Sept 1, 2004 by Costas Kondylis

http://www.findarticles.com/cf_dls/m3601/32_48/85013694/p1/article.jhtml
NIMBYs have their say: Tax assessor scandal cited in parking garage battle.(Not In My BackYard; Glenwood Management dispute in Manhattan)
Real Estate Weekly, March 13, 2002, by Parke Chapman

Fabrizio
November 1st, 2005, 11:35 AM
No excuse. Considering some of the really nice buildings being built today, this is a scandal. Would any other city allow such a banal, flimsy looking thing built opposite it´s opera house? No matter what you think of Lincoln Center and Juliard, those buildings are real architecture and deserve better neighbors. Doesn´t this location call out for something super-deluxe....? A sleek glass&white Richard Mier or classical Robert Stern kind-of-something? Wouldn´t high prices hold at this location?

(At least that monster with the brown vertical stripes next door looks sturdy).

Question: what´s the deal with the air ducts under the windows? Why do some buildings have them and some don´t? Question of money? Looks nasty.

Next question: what do you think the shelf-life of these ticky-tack residential towers will be? Do you think we might see some torn down one day, as we´ve seen with office buildings? It hasn´t happened yet, but someday....who knows?...

lofter1
November 1st, 2005, 12:06 PM
^ This looks suspiciously reminiscent of Kondylis' rendering for Barclay St. (main difference: the downtown building is taller -- 56 stories, rather than 30 stories uptown):

http://www.wirednewyork.com/forum/showpost.php?p=71018&postcount=96


http://www.sunassociate.com/currentwork-htm/work-08/view-02-c.jpg (http://www.sunassociate.com/currentwork-htm/work-08.htm)

Derek2k3
November 1st, 2005, 12:15 PM
Yea, that's why I posted it; same architect, same developer, prominent location, crap.

sfenn1117
November 1st, 2005, 01:54 PM
I don't think these types of towers are ugly.....just unimaginative and after a while we accumulate a lot of them.

But we've come a long way from the 50s/60s/70s, where every single building would just be brown or white brick sameness. Upper East Side.....

krulltime
November 1st, 2005, 03:22 PM
I don't think these types of towers are ugly.....just unimaginative and after a while we accumulate a lot of them.

But we've come a long way from the 50s/60s/70s, where every single building would just be brown or white brick sameness. Upper East Side.....

Oh I totally agree with you. It is a tower that I notice and I am like OK... but then I walk a few blocks down and I start to notice the Times Warner complex and I am like COOL... and then I see Hearst tower and I am like WOW!