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    Default The Dorian - 221 West 17th Street, Chelsea

    Chelsea Condo Project The Dorian Will Start at $3 Million

    May 22, 2015, by Jeremiah Budin



    A new luxury condo project in Chelsea is set to launch sales, with prices ranging from around $3 million to around $10 million, according to the Instagram account of one Fredrik Eklund. The building, located at 221 West 17th Street, is being developed by Delshah Capital. It will consist of 10 stories with a total of 14 units over 40,000 square feet, according to The Real Deal, for an average size of 2,857 square feet per unit—huge for most areas of the city, but more standard for the type of uberluxury development that is springing up all over Chelsea these days. The project is expected to be completed by the end of 2016.



    Revealed: Pricing, renderings for DelShah's new Chelsea project [TRD]
    The Dorian [official]

    http://ny.curbed.com/archives/2015/0..._3_million.php

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    Default Another Pivoting Skyscraper Coming to Crowded Midtown East Block

    Another Pivoting Skyscraper Coming to Crowded Midtown East Block

    By Ondel Hylton
    August 10th, 2015
    www.6sqft.com/another-pivoting-skyscraper-coming-to-crowded-midtown-east-block


    It’s hard for a new building to stand out in the Big Apple these days, with striking towers designed by the world’s foremost architects, soaring pinnacles jutting 1,500 feet into the clouds, and massive 1,000-unit apartment buildings possessing all the amenities of a Caribbean resort. However, within the densest thicket of Midtown skyscrapers, Handel Architects along with SLCE have crafted a 43-story, 450,000-square-foot residential tower whose elevations are angled to the street grid on all sides. The tactic will set the skyscraper apart from its perpendicular neighbors and grant its residents a touch more light and air within Midtown’s concrete canyons.






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    Default Could This Honeycomb Tower Be Moshe Safdie’s Bancroft Building Replacement?

    Could This Honeycomb Tower Be Moshe Safdie’s Bancroft Building Replacement?
    By Ondel Hylton
    August 13, 2015
    http://www.6sqft.com/could-this-hone...g-replacement/

    The rendered skyscraper appears to align with a block-through development site near the corner of West 29th Street and Fifth Avenue that has been assembled by Ziel Feldman’s HFZ Development. That site was purchased from the Collegiate Churches of New York in 2013 and was partially occupied by the striped brick and limestone




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    Very nice.


    Two Upper East Side Sites Prepare for New Towers

    August 11, 2015, by Zoe Rosenberg


    Rendering of 1562-1564 Second Avenue via Isaac & Stern.

    Developer Icon Realty Management has been setting the scene for a mini-takeover of a two-block stretch of Second Avenue on the Upper East Side, and is preparing to bring in the big guns—or rather, cranes. As machines bore the Second Avenue Subway underfoot, the Post reports that Icon is beginning "full bore demolition" on the sites of two future residential developments at a six-parcel assemblage at 1538 Second Avenue between 80th and 81st streets, and at 1562 Second Avenue just one block to the north. Plans were revealed in mid-2014 for a 14-story high-end residential building designed by Isaac & Stern for the site at 1562, but the high-end residential building that will rise on the southern site has yet to be unveiled.


    Another rendering of 1562-1564 Second Avenue via Isaac & Stern.



    Icon purchased the glut of properties for $44.8 million, plus a $3 million air rights deal, a few years ago. Locals haven't taken kindly to Icon's takeover; as the buildings traded hands, their ground-floor institutions—amongst them Chinese staple Pig Heaven—have shuttered and remained vacant ahead of demolition.


    The site at 1562-1564 Second Avenue via PropertyShark.


    1538-1546 Second Avenue via Google Maps.

    Plans have been filed for the 14-story building at 1562 that will replace the two low-rise buildings at 1562-1564 Second Avenue and bring 11 floor-through apartments plus a duplex to the site. The Post suspects construction will begin on both projects by 2016.

    Ambitious 2nd Avenue project looks to fulfill 70-year-old dream [NYP]

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

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    Default Handel Architects’ Luxurious ‘Amalfi’ Condo Tower Will Now Be Swanky Senior Living Pa

    Handel Architects’ Luxurious ‘Amalfi’ Condo Tower Will Now Be Swanky Senior Living Pads
    By Ondel Hylton
    August 26, 2015
    http://www.6sqft.com/first-look-at-h...r-living-pads/

    Here’s a closer look at Handel Architects’ design of a would-have-been condominium tower at 305 East 93rd Street, named The Amalfi. The five-parcel site located at the northeast corner of Second Avenue and East 93rd Street in Yorkville was slated to be developed by Merchants Hospitality until they recently bowed out to a senior living developer, Maplewood.




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    Default Karl Fischer-Designed Tower to Replace Beekman Place’s Piscane Seafood Building

    Karl Fischer-Designed Tower to Replace Beekman Place’s Piscane Seafood Building
    By Ondel Hylton
    September 2, 2015
    http://www.6sqft.com/karl-fischer-de...food-building/

    Piscane Seafood, one of the oldest remaining fish markets in the city, closed this spring, and its humble 19th-century home at 940 First Avenue will be replaced by a 14-story residential building. According to permits filed with the city’s Department of Buildings yesterday, the narrow 25-foot-wide lot will give rise to a 141-foot-tall tower developed by Brooklyn-based CS Real Estate Group and designed by the often-maligned architect Karl Fischer. The building will provide a commercial storefront at ground level and thirteen floor-through units above, likely condominiums.




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    Default Village Green West, Alfa Development’s Chelsea Condominium, Nears Completion

    Village Green West, Alfa Development’s Chelsea Condominium, Nears Completion
    By Ondel Hylton
    September 3, 2015
    http://www.6sqft.com/village-green-w...rs-completion/

    The finishing touches are being applied to Alfa Development‘s environmentally sensitive and industrially evocative condominium Village Green West. According to CityRealty, only two if its 27 units are are currently up for grabs, with at least 18 already in contract. Alfa’s 12-story mid-block building is centrally positioned at 245 West 14th Street, between Seventh and Eighth Avenues at the crossroads of Chelsea, the West Village, and the Meatpacking District. The Michael Namer-led development team purchased the 5,200-square-foot development site in 2012 for $14.65 million.






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    Default Flatiron’s 21W20 Finally Unshrouded – Take a Virtual Walk Through the Penthouses

    Flatiron’s 21W20 Finally Unshrouded – Take a Virtual Walk Through the Penthouses
    By Ondel Hylton
    December 3, 2015
    http://www.6sqft.com/flatirons-21w20...he-penthouses/

    Two penthouse units (yes, two) remain at Gale International‘s boutique condominium development 21W20. The 15-story mid-rise is Gale’s first foray into the Manhattan market and has already placed 11 of the building’s 13 full-floor homes into contract at an average price of $2,528 per square foot. Slated for occupancy by year’s end, the project’s construction netting has finally come down and the finishing touches are now being applied to the lobby.








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    Flatiron 21W20

    Those graphics are great; looking at photos, renderings, floor plans and detailed construction drawings of fine works of architecture is a pleasure. That is one of the finest 'artists renderings' I have ever seen: and that penthouse looks good too.....

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