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    The location's great, or will be in a couple of years -- all part of that SoHo/Tribeca swirl with a little Chinatown character.

    I just can't figure out furniture placement in the second and third bedrooms. Where do you put the bed and dresser so they don't block an entry or a closet?

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    A commentor at curbed points out that the terrace / pool for Unit 7A will be in full view of the units on the floors above -- which could put a crimp in the more playful "pool party" activites

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    Quote Originally Posted by Front_Porch View Post
    The location's great, or will be in a couple of years -- all part of that SoHo/Tribeca swirl with a little Chinatown character.

    I just can't figure out furniture placement in the second and third bedrooms. Where do you put the bed and dresser so they don't block an entry or a closet?

    ali r.
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    Impossible to do in the bedroom closest to the living room. In the middle bedroom you could do it as the dresser could go on the south wall and the bed on the north wall. I guess most would make the 3rd BR a den or office or something anyway.

    When are they saying this will be done? Mid 2008?

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    More fun from curbed:

    Norten's 1 York Update #3: Parking in Paradise

    Friday, February 2, 2007, by ROK88



    Time for our final stop this week at architect Enrique Norten's 1 York in Tribeca. We've made note of the automated parking slated for 1 York before, but given that space-agey and high-tech parking is all the rage for new Manhattan developments, here's a closer look. Via the 1 York website, parking one's car will be the least of your worries here; no wonder they had to tear down most of the old building on that site. After all, where else in NYC can you get your car back in only 90 seconds?

    Want to take a spin? Get your keycard ready and hit the gas. >>

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    This project seems to be taking forever.

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    Lots of progress in the past month ^^^

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    The original finish date was spring 07. Obviously that isn't happening. I'd bet they start their closings in early 08 sometime. I've heard the thing hasn't sold at all but that could just be people hating on the project...

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    1 York had its topping out party yesterday, June 6 ...

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    Too bad it shares a street with the Kaufmanesque hotel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lofter1 View Post
    Want to take a spin? Get your keycard ready and hit the gas.
    Norten's parking system is nifty as hell.

    Think about this: In a normal garage about as much space is used to get to and from your parking space (by car and on foot) as is used by the parked car itself. With this automated system almost all of that circulation space --roadways and ramps, stairs, elevators, useless corners-- is squeezed out.

    Machinery costs money, but so does building space. I predict this system will gradually spread to become universal.

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    A variation of Automated Parking Garages.

    If they ever put a needed bus storage garage downtown, it'll be automated. I think Chicago is planning one also.

    Check this out.

    http://gizmodo.com/gadgets/gadgets/v...age-173049.php

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    Neat. How do they keep the cars from falling off?

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