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  • Dermot 33rd site

    From left: Dermot’s William Dickey and the 33rd Street development site

    The Dermot Company is planning a high-rise residential tower for the Hudson Yards development site it won in a Port Authority auction announced in February. And the developer, which snagged the site with a bid of $115 million, has chosen the firm that drew up the master plan for the West Side rail yards development to design the building. [more]

  • hudson-yards

    Rendering of the view of Hudson Yards from New Jersey

    New York City is constantly evolving as new skyscrapers shoot into the sky. [more]

  • 055-058 Who owns NYC se FINAL.indd

    From left: Tishman Speyer’s far West Side development site, Jerry Speyer and Rob Speyer

    Tishman Speyer has put a $3.2 billion price tag on its 2.6 million-square-foot office tower in Hudson Yards, which will rise 61 stories when completed in late 2019. [more]

  • 20140702_silverstein_520_west_rules

    From left: Larry Silverstein and 520 West 41st Street rendering

    Larry Silverstein wants to pack lucrative residential space into his recently revealed 106-story West Side tower, but he’ll need the city to change the zoning rules in order to do so.

    Current zoning only allows for about half of the residential space Silverstein wants to include at 520 West 41st Street, Crain’s reported. The building is located within the Hudson Yard Special District, where rules stipulate that buildings should primarily provide commercial space. [more]

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  • black-house

    From left: Renderings of 462-470 11th Avenue and Sean Ludwick

    Sean Ludwick, managing partner of Black House Development, is set to close today on the $62 million purchase of Hudson Yards-area parcels with 160,000 buildable square feet, The Real Deal has learned. Ludwick plans to construct a 64-story tower on the site. [more]

  • 119 Kent Avenue

    119 Kent Avenue in Williamsburg

    Time Equities’ 427,000-square-foot tower project at 50 West Street and SL Green’s 65-story 1 Vanderbilt are among the latest projects to receive a new batch of mind-blowing renderings in the past week or so. Click here for a slideshow and more.

  • leyva

    509 West 38th Street and Ismael Leyva

    At a community board meeting, Iliad Development revealed details of its plan to develop a residential tower at 509 West 38th Street.

    The plan, which was first introduced more than two years ago, features a 30-story rental apartment building that consists of studios, one- and two-bedroom apartments. Of the 225 total units, 46 are designated as affordable housing, and will only be available to families who make less than 60 percent of the area’s median income. The building will feature a roof deck and fitness center, while the exterior facade will be built out of brick, steel and glass. Ismael Leyva Architects is responsible for the design. [more]

  • 1562 Second Avenue

    1562 Second Avenue

    Alma Realty’s 1,700-unit Queens megaproject Astoria Cove and Related Companies’ 62-story office tower 50 Hudson Yards are among the latest projects to receive a new batch of mind-blowing renderings in the past week or so. Click here for a slideshow and more.

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    Rendering of 50 Hudson Yards (left)

    Related Companies’ 62-story office tower known as 50 Hudson Yards has been revealed in a new batch of renderings. [more]

  • Skadden Arps eyes new Midtown spaces

    April 24, 2014 08:00AM
    From left: Renderings of 3 Hudson Yards and Manhattan West

    From left: Renderings of 3 Hudson Yards and Manhattan West

    Law firm Skadden Arps is on the hunt for a Midtown space, despite attempts to draw the company downtown.

    Jones Lang LaSalle’s Peter Riguardi and Ken Siegal are leading the search, which is rumored to be focusing on the Hudson Yards area. Two properties, 3 Hudson Boulevard and Manhattan West, are said to be the firm’s top choices, according to the New York Post. In either locale, Skadden would settle in as the anchor tenant with between 550,000 and 600,000 square feet. [more]

  • From left: Hudson Yards rendering and head of NYU's Center for Urban Science Steve Koonin

    From left: Hudson Yards rendering and director of NYU’s Center for Urban Science Steve Koonin

    New York University is making the under-construction Hudson Yards development the subject of a big data study that the developers hope will help manage the 28-acre megadevelopment more efficiently, according to a report. [more]

  • From left: Robert Greenberg and 350 West 39th Street

    From left: Robert Greenberg and 350 West 39th Street

    Amid a flurry of sales close to the Far West Side’s Hudson Yards development site, one nearby parcel could sell more than $100 million, according to the brokerage representing the seller. [more]

  • maddd

    West 35th Street and 10th Avenue

    Residential developer Maddd Equities inked a 99-year lease for a Hudson Yards-area parcel, in order to build a 415,000-square-foot tower. The 700-foot-tall building at West 35th Street and 10th Avenue would hold residential units above either office or hotel space on the lower levels.

    “Everyone right now is buying up parcels in this area and figuring out the best mix for maximizing their value,” Eli Weiss of Maddd told Crain’s. [more]

  • sean-ludwick

    Sean Ludwick (Credit: Facebook)

    Real estate development firm Black House has closed on Hudson Yards parcels and air rights for $115 million to construct a 380,000-square-foot hotel and condominium tower.

    The land is located at the corner of West 38th Street and 11th Avenue, on which the proposed building would rise 700 feet. Black House partnered with an unnamed Chinese equity firm to acquire the site. Sixty-five percent of the project will comprise the hotel and about 115,000 square feet will be sold as residential condos. Last year, the developer secured a deal to borrow over $82 million to finance two new ultra-luxe developments on West 29th Street, as previously reported. Ludwick is no longer involved with that project, known as Soori High Line at 522 West 29th Street.

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  • abington

    Rendering of 500 West 30th Street and Daniel Lubitz

    Robert A.M. Stern Architects’ design for the high-end rental complex the Abington House in the Hudson Yards development seeks to capture the essence of the weathered industrial properties in that section of the city. The approach stands in stark contrast to that of fellow starchitects Neil Denari and Zaha Hadid, who each have sought a much more modernized look for their projects near the High Line. [more]

  • From left: Bob Knakal and James Nelson

    From left: Bob Knakal and James Nelson

    Tishman Speyer is inching closer to buying a 1.2 million-square-foot site in Hudson Yards asking more than $200 million, the New York Post reported, citing unnamed sources.

    In January, the Rosenthal family recruited Bob Knakal and James Nelson of Massey Knakal Realty Services to market the parcels, which stretch from West 35th to West 34th streets between 10th Avenue and an as yet undeveloped Hudson Boulevard, as previously reported. The addresses are 507 West 34th Street, 510-28 West 35th Street and 435 10th Avenue. [more]

  • Rendering of Hudson Yards

    Rendering of Hudson Yards

    UPDATED, 11:02 a.m., April 1: A brand new Hudson Yards/Hell’s Kitchen Business Improvement District has tapped Kevin Singleton, executive vice president of TF Cornerstone, as its front man. [more]

  • neiman

    From left: Hudson Yards retail complex rendering and Neiman Marcus in Paramus, N.J. (Inset: Faith Hope Consolo)

    High-end department store Neiman Marcus is close to locking down space at Hudson Yards for its new flagship store. [more]

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    From left: 312 11th Avenue and rendering of Hudson Yards

    UPDATED, 6:07 p.m., March 27: Neighbors of the Hudson Yards megadevelopment say they are struggling to drown out the noise from 24-hour construction.


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  • manar

    Left: Gregory Fournier, Stanley Gale Jr., Joel Bergstein, Michael Samuelian, Kyle Kimball, Bill Rudin and Amir Korangy

    While international buyers have emerged as potential clients when developers are conceiving of a project, New Yorkers remain the primary demographic, according to some of the city’s top developers yesterday at the Manhattan Association of Realtors’ annual Global Real Estate Symposium.  [more]

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