DOB shows NOTHING NEW HERE since the Demo in 2006
There's something rising around this address, has this project started?
Why is there such a huge, ugly gap between this new building and the white brick building to its right?
Is the current state architecture in this city that atrociously inept and bad?
When this garbage is being called a "masterpiece," yes, it is that bad.
Prison time is needed for something like that.
I heard that the delay is accounted for the fact that the Carillon Hotel that will build on this site recently acquired the adjacent Steinway masterpiece and is configuring how to add that old gem to the project.
From the NY Post articleThe most closely watched office tenant in town is Newsweek, which must soon exit beat-up 1775 Broadway - which owner Joseph Moinian plans to re-clad and reposition as a Class-A office address
Cuozzo is despicable. This guy is a total jerk with the way he frames things by his choice of words. In the same article, he calls the Boston Properties project a masterpiece. This guy is a complete mental case.
I agree. He and Weiss (also psycho) are part of the "Axis of Evil" (i.e., Macklowe, Solow, Zuckerman, Moinian and Chang).
The glass is rising on the Hilton time share across the street.
Last edited by londonlawyer; March 3rd, 2008 at 04:18 PM.