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    so about 19 Park Place... what happens when they remove the steel braces in the setback void??

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    Disclaimer: The following assumes that the developer's engineer knows what he is doing, no financial corners were cut, and the DOB wasn't asleep at the switch.

    The old building didn't prevent the adjacent buildings from falling in. If that were true, demolition would not have been started until bracing [through the old building] was installed. However, the bracing was installed afterward to guard against any shifting in the old foundations caused by excavation. When the hole was dug, any problems should have been addressed when the new foundation was poured.

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    100 Franklin St



    Only this small section of the lot is closed off; there are still parked cars.

    Looks like explanatory digging - the foundation next door and/or the subway.

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    Awesome!

    There's another parking lot on Hudson which I hope will be developed soon.

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    Tribeca’s 45 Park Place Site Cleared to Make Way for Slender 660-Foot Skyscraper

    By Ondel Hylton
    July 24, 2015
    www.6sqft.com/tribecas-45-park-place-site-cleared-to-make-way-for-slender-660-foot-skyscraper


    The site of a SOMA Architects-designed Tribeca skyscraper has finally been cleared, signaling that groundwork and construction of the slender 38-story tower may soon be before us. The 12,000-square-foot lot at 45 Park Place owned by El Gamal’s SoHo Properties, was formerly three battered pre-war buildings, two of which were a downtown outpost of Burlington Coat Factory.





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    nice

    more! more! more!

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    Quote Originally Posted by petermore View Post
    Tribeca’s 45 Park Place Site Cleared to Make Way for Slender 660-Foot Skyscraper

    By Ondel Hylton
    July 24, 2015
    www.6sqft.com/tribecas-45-park-place-site-cleared-to-make-way-for-slender-660-foot-skyscraper







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    2 WTC looks great!

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    Not new, but something quite different.


    See the Layout of Tribeca's Staple Street Skybridge Apartment

    September 16, 2015, by Zoe Rosenberg


    Staple Street Skybridge via Ephemeral New York

    Last week, the Internet flared up over murmurs that two Tribeca apartments connected by a skybridge—yes, a skybridge—were on the market. It turns out the listing, held by Kaptan Unugur and Ryan Serhant of Nestseekers, is occurring off-market, so details of the once-every-30-years-or-less listing have been limited to the few Gothamist divulged at the end of last week—that is, until now. Tribeca Citizen has gleaned a floorplan of the apartment that spans 9 Jay Street and 67 Hudson Street #3AB. Although the listing price of the apartment hasn't been made public, the Post says it's somewhere in the $30 million vicinity.

    Here's what we know about the apartment: it includes exclusive use of the Staple Street skybridge, which connects apartment 3AB in 67 Hudson Street, the former New York Hospital's House of Relief, with 9 Jay Street, an annex for the hospital built in 1907; the apartment covers 6,300 square feet in total that are being billed as "ample space to create a majestic five bedroom, five bathroom home," suggesting that it's pretty bare in there right now; the building at 9 Jay Street can also be converted for commercial use. And the kicker: its common charges are $1,481.86 and its annual taxes are a hefty $70,395. The price is available by request only, meaning it'll take only one brave (or foolhardy) soul to inquire and set the record straight. And now, the floorplan:


    Click for big. Floorplan via Tribeca Citizen

    The Staple Street Skybridge Is for Sale [TC]
    You Can Own This Historic Tribeca Skybridge Connecting Two Apartments [Gothamist]
    This historic Tribeca skybridge can be yours for $30M [NYP]
    Lovely, Empty Skybridges Linking City Buildings [ENY]

    http://ny.curbed.com/archives/2015/0..._apartment.php

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    Noted Architects Collaborate on NYC Condos

    By Dees Stribling
    September 29th, 2015


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    Soho Properties has unveiled the design for 45 Park Place, a condo tower set to rise in Lower Manhattan. Designed by SOMA Architects, under the direction of designer Michel Abboud, the property will rise 665 feet high and include an as-yet unspecified number of units, though according Soho, it will feature 15 or more full-floor units of 3,200 square feet to 3,700 square feet.

    The tower’s design reflects collaboration among noted architects. The tower itself was conceived by Abboud, along with Ismael Levya Architects. Italian architect Piero Lissoni is designing the residences, interiors and amenities. Pritzker Prize-winning architect Jean Nouvel is designing the neighboring museum and public green space.

    “Our mutual goal to build an important new property at the epicenter of Manhattan’s new downtown,”Abboud said. SOMA, headquartered in New York, has designed various projects worldwide, including hotel, condo and mixed-use properties in New York, Dubai, Lebanon and other international markets.

    Located at the border of Tribeca and Downtown, the 45 Park Place condos will offer views from all tower exposures. Construction of will begin this year, with delivery for occupancy in 2017; Stribling Marketing Associates will be the sales and marketing agent for the property.

    http://www.multihousingnews.com/news...004128572.html

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    DDG’s Bluestone Beauty at 12 Warren Street Finally Shows Some Skin
    By Ondel Hylton
    October 23, 2015
    http://www.6sqft.com/ddgs-bluestone-...ows-some-skin/

    Fully-integrated design and build firm DDG has raised the curtain on their highly anticipated condo development 12 Warren Street. Designed by their in-house architect Peter Guthrie, its facade of roughly-hewn Pennsylvania bluestone is meant to evoke the natural uneven stacking of the material. In what must have taken quite the effort to detail, variously dimensioned slabs, ranging from standard-sized bricks to large lintel blocks, protrude from the exterior at varying depths. While more commonly seen underfoot as sidewalk pavement, here the brittle stone’s soothing tone softens the building’s ogreish form, whose still-shrouded cliff-like top will incorporate a wild display of projecting volumes and terraces. As simply stated by architecture critic Carter Horsely, “DDG continues its elegant campaign to make New Yorkers lust after bluestone rather than brownstone.”






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