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    Default Marriott Residence Inn - Bryant Park Tower - 1033 Sixth Ave - by Nobutaka Ashihara

    On the corner of 38th and Sixth Avenue ive noticed some demoltion crews taking down an old parking garage and some old retail stores, can anyone inform me what this is about

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    To answer your question the construction site is 1021 Avenue of the Americas. When completed in 2004 it will be a 35 storey Residence Inn Hotel.

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    new Stern would have the info, Thanks

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    Residence Inn
    1021 Avenue of the Americas
    35 stories
    Greenberg Farrow Architects
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    It was suppose to be complete in January of '04.

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    another prime midtown office devlopment site ruined

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    There's plenty of space in the neighborhood for office towers. The fact is, that section of midtown needs upper-middle class residents. The plan is obviously to have 6th ave be an avenue of residential towers from there south, enlivening the somewhat dowdy nature of most of Midtown south. It's working, as long as you don't mind the neighborhood "losing it's edge."

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    Nice design. This area, bet. 32 and 42 really does need some work, but a couple of buildings are up/going up, so it's coming along.

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    Edge in Manhattan, cant think of any place that has it, from Luxury Condo's being built in the east Village, to vast new retail sopping centers in Harlem, Manhattan has no edge anymore, in time every neighborhood will be the same

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    The New York "edge" can be found in the boroughs - where New Yorkers actually live. Williamsburg is a great example.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrooklynRider
    The New York "edge" can be found in the boroughs - where New Yorkers actually live. Williamsburg is a great example.
    Agreed, let's toss in the east village and LES. let them get as anti-septic as they desire above 14th street, if they want to live there, they deserve it! :P

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    Eastvillage has changed alot,i lived down there for 10years and believeme there was no Starbucks down there backthen

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    Who have they got to manage the hotel?

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    http://www.cityfeet.com/news/default.asp?lCityID=1

    MARRIOT RESIDENCE INN GETS FINANCING
    MG Hotel, an affiliate of G. Holdings Corp. obtained a $70 million construction loan to build a Marriott Residence Inn with 357-suites and 96 rentals above it at 1033 Avenue of the Americas. Corus Bank is providing the loan. A mezzanine piece was provided by iStar Financial Inc. The 43-story tower will also have 100 parking spaces and two retail stores

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    43 stories... hmm...

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    On February 9, Crain's New York Business also reported the building as being 43 storeys. They also noted a two year timetable for construction... See clip below.

    http://www.crainsny.com/

    Hotel developer plans midtown check-in

    Real estate developer G. Holdings Corp. is building a Marriott
    Residence Inn hotel on Sixth Avenue between West 38th and West 39th
    streets. A $70 million construction loan from Corus Bankshares was
    secured this month. To be completed within two years, the 43-story building will have 357 Marriott suites as well as 96 rental apartments. G. Holdings Corp., run by Harry Gross, also owns a Marriott a block away from the construction site, as well as a Marriott Courtyard at John F. Kennedy International Airport.

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