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Thread: The Bank of America Tower a.k.a. One Bryant Park - by Cook + Fox Architects

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    i'd bet on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sado View Post
    I absolutely love this building! Do you guys think it will top out (floorcount-wise) before May?
    it will be well into the summer

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    Hmmm ^^^ Maybe it's time to put some bets on the table ...

    I say June 8, 2007 -- not including the spire.

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    By my count it has 16 more floors, so about 4 more months seems right. The glass screens may be done by Fall along with the spire.

    Anyone know when in 2008 it is expected to open? I could see a Spring opening.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sado View Post
    I absolutely love this building! Do you guys think it will top out (floorcount-wise) before May?
    Early May, if not the end of April (without the spire).

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    Quote Originally Posted by H-man View Post
    are you sure? that crane seems awefully far away from conde nast.
    Yup...I checked it out with binoculars before I took the photo. It's the crane on the northeast corner of the building.

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    Quote from an article in the Observer:

    DOUGLAS DURST HAS FOUND A TENANT financially secure enough to afford two more floors in his new tower at One Bryant Park: himself!

    The Durst Organization will take the entire 48th and 49th floors, for a total of 61,000 square feet at the Bank of America Tower, a spokesman confirmed.

    The move means there are only two floors left for rent in the 54-story building, which opens next spring.

    The only available floors left in the very green, LEED-certified budding building include the 40th floor, which has 36,000 square feet, and the 47th floor, with 32,000 square feet, the spokesman said. Asking rents are more than $100 per square foot, according to market reports.

    But money isn’t an issue.

    Mr. Durst, if anything, has had too many eager tenants knocking at the door to get into Manhattan’s most soaring tower to open next year. As The Observer reported in January, Marathon Asset Management, a hedge fund, and Elie Tahari, the women’s fashion designer, will together take three floors for more than 100,000 square feet.

    The building is at the corner of 42nd and Sixth. The leading tenant is Bank of America, which will take 1.6 million square feet

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYguy View Post
    Mr. Durst, if anything, has had too many eager tenants knocking at the door to get into Manhattan’s most soaring tower to open next year.
    Even more reason why developers need to get crackin' on building more commercial towers in the city ASAP.

    Companies are almost desperate for office space now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by H-man View Post
    are you sure? that crane seems awefully far away from conde nast.
    it has already broken the skyline. You can see it from Hoboken.



    Here it is from Top of the Rock.

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    FEBRUARY 18, 2007

    Another look at the latest marvel of Manhattan...



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    Future ski slopes here?

    Yesterday (Sunday Feb. 18) W. 44th Street between Broadway / 8th Avenue was closed at mid-day due to ice falling from the Viacom Building on Broadway -- which resulted in the shuttering of the Shubert Theater and the cancellation of the Sunday matinee of "Spamalot".

    Given the sloping facade on the upper floors of the new BofA Tower, me wonders what snow / ice will do there ...

    Avalanches on 6th Avenue

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    Quote Originally Posted by lofter1 View Post
    Given the sloping facade on the upper floors of the new BofA Tower, me wonders what snow / ice will do there ...

    Avalanches on 6th Avenue
    Adds to the excitement in Midtown...

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    Quote Originally Posted by lofter1 View Post
    Future ski slopes here?

    Yesterday (Sunday Feb. 18) W. 44th Street between Broadway / 8th Avenue was closed at mid-day due to ice falling from the Viacom Building on Broadway -- which resulted in the shuttering of the Shubert Theater and the cancellation of the Sunday matinee of "Spamalot".

    Given the sloping facade on the upper floors of the new BofA Tower, me wonders what snow / ice will do there ...

    Avalanches on 6th Avenue
    Watch out poconos, here comes BoA

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    Me and my Salomons are all over it as soon as they build a high-speed lift and make a mogul run!

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    Those are some fantastic pictures.

    I cannot wait to get on site at the beginning of March!

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