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  • The scene at 317 Madison Avenue (Credit: @MDiamond8 via Twitter)

    The scene at 317 Madison Avenue (Credit: @MDiamond8 via Twitter)

    UPDATED, 5:30 p.m., July 24: Two construction workers were injured this morning while performing demolition work at SL Green Realty’s 317 Madison Avenue. The property lies on the site of SL Green’s upcoming One Vanderbilt tower, and it’s the second construction accident since work began in March.  [more]

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  • Rendering of One Vanderbilt in East Midtown (credit: KPF)

    Rendering of One Vanderbilt in East Midtown (credit: KPF)

    The City Council approved plans for SL Green Realty’s One Vanderbilt, the 63-story, 1.6 million-square-foot office tower set to rise next to Grand Central Station.

    This was the final approval needed for the developer to officially move forward. City Planning approved the proposal in late March, and the City Council’s zoning subcommittee gave the thumbs up earlier this month, so the City Council’s approval was expected. [more]

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    Rendering of One Vanderbilt

    The City Council is expected to approve the rezoning of Vanderbilt Avenue this week, which will allow SL Green Realty’s One Vanderbilt — and other skyscrapers — to rise on the five blocks between East 42nd and East 47th streets. [more]

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  • Suresh Sani and 12 East 44th Street

    Suresh Sani and 12 East 44th Street

    First Pioneer Properties bought a seven-story office building not far from the planned One Vanderbilt tower late last month for $26.5 million, property records show.

    The company, a Queens-based landlord headed by Suresh Sani, purchased the 23,800-rentable-square-foot building at 12 East 44th Street from the Tristar Group, according to records filed Monday with the city. Tristar had paid $3 million back in 1995 for the building and its neighbor. [more]

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  • From left: Marc Holliday, a rendering of One Vanderbilt (credit: Kohn Pedersen Fox) and Dan Garodnick

    From left: Marc Holliday, a rendering of One Vanderbilt (credit: Kohn Pedersen Fox) and Dan Garodnick

    SL Green Realty’s proposed 63-story tower at One Vanderbilt and a rezoning of the Vanderbilt corridor are one step closer to approval after the City Council zoning subcommittee voted unanimously in their favor Tuesday. [more]

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  • One Vanderbilt

    From left: Marc Holliday (credit: Steve Friedman), rendering of One Vanderbilt (credit: KPF) and Steven Durels

    SL Green Realty is considering “joint venture alternatives” for its One Vanderbilt office tower, CEO Marc Holliday said during the real estate investment trust’s first-quarter earnings call Thursday. [more]

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  • From left: A rendering of One Vanderbilt and emergency responders on Tuesday morning (Credit: Peter Moreno/Twitter)

    From left: A rendering of One Vanderbilt and emergency responders on Tuesday morning (Credit: Peter Moreno/Twitter)

    At least four people were injured during a construction accident at SL Green’s 331 Madison Avenue, the site where the company’s massive One Vanderbilt is scheduled to rise, on Tuesday morning. [more]

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  • City Planning approves One Vanderbilt

    March 30, 2015 03:23PM
    From left: Andrew Mathias, a rendering of One Vanderbilt and TD Bank

    From left: Andrew Mathias, a rendering of One Vanderbilt and TD Bank

    The City Planning Commission on Monday approved SL Green Realty’s proposal for its One Vanderbilt office tower and the rezoning of five blocks nearby. [more]

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  • From left: Renderings of One Vanderbilt, Hallets Point and City Point

    From left: Renderings of One Vanderbilt, Hallets Point and City Point

    Three developers who are building massive new projects in Downtown Brooklyn, Queens and Midtown East, together spent almost $3 million on lobbyists in 2014 to expedite their new projects. [more]

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  • From left: 335 Madison Avenue, Howard Milstein and a rendering of One Vanderbilt

    From left: 335 Madison Avenue, Howard Milstein and a rendering of One Vanderbilt

    Howard Milstein is looking to build a new skyscraper to replace his current tower at 335 Madison Avenue. [more]

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  • From left: A rendering of One Vanderbilt and SL Green's Marc Holliday

    From left: A rendering of One Vanderbilt and SL Green’s Marc Holliday

    A liberal constitutional scholar from Harvard called SL Green Realty’s proposed 1.6 million-square-foot tower by Grand Central “unconstitutional” during a City Planning Commission Hearing on Wednesday. [more]

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    Renderings of One Vanderbilt in Midtown (Credit: Kohn Pedersen Fox)

    Manhattan Community Boards 5 and 6 are proposing new designs for the planned 67-story office building next to Grand Central Terminal. [more]

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    From left: Renderings of 3 World Trade Center (credit: RSHP), Hudson Yards (credit: Related/Oxford) and One Vanderbilt (credit: Kohn Pedersen Fox)

    Larry Silverstein, Brookfield Property Partners and the Related Companies are betting that new office towers will attract a sizable influx of tenants. More than 14 million square feet of office space is in the pipeline in Manhattan, all of which is slated to be built within five years, according to CoStar Group data cited by the Wall Street Journal. [more]

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  • From left: Andrew Mathias, a rendering of One Vanderbilt and TD Bank

    From left: Andrew Mathias, a rendering of One Vanderbilt and TD Bank

    TD Bank has officially inked a long-term lease to become the anchor tenant at SL Green Realty Corp.’s One Vanderbilt. [more]

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  • Renderings of One Vanderbilt in Midtown (Credit: Kohn Pedersen Fox) - See more at: http://therealdeal.com/blog/2014/10/28/sl-greens-up-one-vanderbilt-height-to-1514-feet/#sthash.OB3eVSnU.dpuf

    Renderings of One Vanderbilt in Midtown (Credit: Kohn Pedersen Fox)

    SL Green Realty Corp. is forming a coalition to push for the rezoning of Midtown East’s Vanderbilt Corridor. [more]

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    Renderings of One Vanderbilt in Midtown (Credit: Kohn Pedersen Fox)

    SL Green has decided to extend the height of its 1.6 million-square-foot office tower project One Vanderbilt  — to 1,514 feet from 1,450 feet. [more]

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  • A rendering of One Vanderbilt next to Grand Central Terminal and Marc Holliday (inset)

    A rendering of One Vanderbilt next to Grand Central Terminal and Marc Holliday (inset)

    SL Green Realty, which has pledged more than $200 million to address a cobweb of transit connections around Grand Central Terminal, gave a detailed accounting of those plans yesterday to the Midtown East task force considering a rezoning that would pave the way for the developer’s proposed One Vanderbilt office tower. Click here for the story and a slideshow.

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    One Vanderbilt in Midtown Manhattan (Credit: Kohn Pedersen Fox via New York YIMBY)

    Regarding SL Green’s controversial plans to put a sky-scraper on the southwest corner of 43rd and Vanderbilt Avenue: I am surprised, for starters, that Landmarks Preservation Commission would ever allow the existing building to come down. It is a pleasant, if not great building dating from the 1920s. In fact, Landmarks has put the kaibosh on scores of better-designed structures than One Vanderbilt — and often to preserve less interesting old buildings than this.

    My initial reaction to the plans for the 67-story One Vanderbilt was disappointment. [more]

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  • From left: Andrew Penson, Grand Central and 1 Vanderbilt rendering

    From left: Andrew Penson, Grand Central and 1 Vanderbilt rendering

    Andrew Penson, an investor who owns Grand Central Terminal, offered SL Green $400 million on Tuesday for the adjoining block on which the developer plans to build One Vanderbilt. [more]

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  • One Vanderbilt in Midtown Manhattan (Credit: Kohn Pedersen Fox via New York YIMBY)

    One Vanderbilt in Midtown Manhattan (Credit: Kohn Pedersen Fox via New York YIMBY)

    SL Green’s One Vanderbilt and Hudson Companies’ Gateway Elton Street, now entering its third phase, are among the latest projects to receive a new batch of renderings in the past week. Click here for a slideshow and more.

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