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    Meh. It's not bad, but that's its only strength. If done right, will make a nice background building. Not every building needs to be an attention-wehoring blockbuster. Materials and finishes will make or break this structure.

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    What we've seen presented in this thread as a proposal for this site is no longer the plan.

    The site has grown. No new renders have been made public.

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    Default we do need a bank, but...

    soho pharmacy & thompson chemists are much better, nicer, friendlier than any chain drugstore

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    It looks like that plan ^ has been shelved.

    The gang who owns this site tore down a 200-year old house for nothing. Literally. NOTHING ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by lofter1 View Post
    It looks like that plan ^ has been shelved.

    The gang who owns this site tore down a 200-year old house for nothing. Literally. NOTHING ....
    I'm pleased that that crappy building won't rise, but what a f..ing shame about that Federal Era structure. Tierney should be fired.

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    Some new action here, as reported today by CURBED:

    New Hudson Square Hotel's Secret Weapon Against Trump: The Sun!

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    Default Revealed: New Renderings of Renzo Piano’s SoHo Tower at 555 Broome Street

    Revealed: New Renderings of Renzo Piano’s SoHo Tower at 555 Broome Street
    By Ondel Hylton
    January 6, 2016
    http://www.6sqft.com/revealed-new-renderings-of-renzo-pianos-soho-tower-at-555-broome-street/

    Here’s a closer look at Renzo Piano’s much-anticipated condominium tower planned for a full block-front in West SoHo, between Broome and Watts streets. Dubbed The SoHo Tower, the 25-story building is being developed by way of a partnership between SHVO, Halpern Real Estate Ventures, Itzhaki Acquisition and Bizzi & Partners Development. The team picked up much of the development site in 2014 for $130 million, and yesterday, the Commercial Observer reported they’ve secured the final portion of the project site at 555 Broome Street for $9 million.






    More info and images in the post here.

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