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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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  • Rendering of SL Green's planned Grand Central overhaul

    Rendering of SL Green’s planned Grand Central overhaul

    Midtown residents are pushing for SL Green to divulge how it arrived at $210 million in proposed spending on Grand Central Terminal improvements as part of its 65-story office tower project One Vanderbilt. [more]

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    Deputy Mayor Alicia Glen

    The city is looking into approximately 15 neighborhoods that are “ripe for increased density,” Deputy Mayor for housing and urban development Alicia Glen said at a panel today.

    Glen added that she expects to see new residential buildings begin to crop up following the administration’s rezoning by the end of 2015. The neighborhood developments will be extensively studied, and each will take between four and five years to be completed, she said. [more]

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  • From left: Rendering of One Vanderbilt's exterior, floor plan of tower's base and drawings of the building

    From left: Rendering of One Vanderbilt’s exterior, floor plan of tower’s base and drawings of the building

    Though the ultimate fate of a proposal to rezone Midtown East remains in limbo, SL Green is forging ahead with new plans for its 67-story One Vanderbilt. [more]

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  • From left: Thomas Prendergast, Grand Central Terminal, Carl Weisbrod

    From left: Thomas Prendergast, Grand Central Terminal, Carl Weisbrod

    The MTA expects the rezoning of Midtown East to put stress on nearby subway lines, but in a departure from the past, the authority plans to deal with problems before they occur — and it expects developers to help underwrite solutions sooner rather than later. [more]

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  • From left: Mayor Bill de Blasio and the view of midtown East

    From left: Mayor Bill de Blasio and the view of Midtown East

    Expect delays on the rezoning of Midtown East. [more]

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