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  • The 220-foot-tall crane at 111 West 57th Street in Midtown (inset, from left: Kevin Maloney and Michael Stern)

    The 220-foot-tall crane at 111 West 57th Street in Midtown (credit: JE Dolci) (inset: Kevin Maloney and Michael Stern)

    The tallest freestanding crane in the city’s history is on-site at JDS Development Group and Property Markets Group’s 111 West 57th Street in Midtown. [more]

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  • Rendering of the Domino Sugar Refinery development and Vishaan Chakrabarti

    Rendering of the Domino Sugar Refinery development and Vishaan Chakrabarti

    UPDATED, April 10, 10:28 a.m.: New York City is facing a crisis of shoddy infrastructure, and figuring out how to deal with is imperative to the city’s continued growth, according to Vishaan Chakrabarti, whose firm SHoP Architects is designing the Domino Sugar Factory redevelopment for Two Trees Management. [more]

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  • A rendering of the Domino project (credit: SHoP) and Jed Walentas

    A rendering of the Domino project (credit: SHoP) and Jed Walentas

    After multiple delays, Two Trees Management is breaking ground on the first building at the Domino Sugar Factory site in Williamsburg today. [more]

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  • Nighttime rendering of 111 West 57th Street (Credit: SHoP Architects)

    Nighttime rendering of 111 West 57th Street (Credit: SHoP Architects)

    Nighttime has fallen over the latest renderings of JDS Development and Property Markets Group’s 111 West 57th Street. [more]

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  • Annabelle Selldorf and Aby Rosen, unfiltered

    Annabelle Selldorf and Aby Rosen, unfiltered

    Put some of real estate’s biggest names together on stage, and there are no shortage of zingers. That was the case today, when developers Aby Rosen of RFR Holdings and Taconic Investment Partners’ Paul Pariser, along with architect Annabelle Selldorf, spoke to a crowd who gathered to hear a panel on the future of real estate at Lincoln Center’s Samuel B. and David Rose building. [more]

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  • From left: Olivia Wilde, Jason Sudeikis and 66 Ninth Avenue

    From left: Olivia Wilde, Jason Sudeikis and 66 Ninth Avenue

    Actor couple Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis have decided to sell their Meatpacking District residence and are asking nearly $4 million for the unit. [more]

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  • Renderings of 111 West 57th Street

    Renderings of 111 West 57th Street in Midtown

    Anticipation has been mounting about JDS Development and Property Markets Group’s skinny tower just south of Central Park, and now the building plans are officially a go. [more]

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  • SEAPORT_AERIAL2

    Rendering of South Street Seaport tower (Credit: SHoP Architects)

    SHoP Architects seems to be everywhere these days, but nowhere is the firm’s presence felt more keenly than around South Street Seaport. In addition to a number of infrastructural enhancements that the firm has ably designed, SHoP is responsible for a new tower that is being developed by the Howard Hughes Corporation. [more]

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  • Hunter's Point South (Rendering: Related Companies)

    Hunter’s Point South (Rendering: Related Companies)

    Winners won’t take home a multi-million dollar jackpot, but those who snag an affordable unit at Hunter’s Point South may feel like they’ve done just that.

    Prospective renters can now submit applications to NYC Housing Connect for one of 925 affordable units at the Related-developed project on Long Island City’s waterfront. Close to 50,000 people will vie for a spot at one of the site’s two towers, where below-market-rate units start as low as $494 per month for single residents making between $18,618 and $23,520 annually. [more]

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  • From left: Frank McCourt, 360 Tenth Avenue and Tommy Craig

    From left: Frank McCourt, 360 Tenth Avenue and Tommy Craig

    Frank McCourt’s MG Properties has brought in Hines as an equity and development partner on 360 10th Avenue, a $3 billion, 733,000-square-foot mixed-use project on the Far West Side. The developer also announced that SHoP Architects will design the project. [more]

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  • South Street market

    Revised design plans for the Fulton Market Building

    The Landmarks Preservation Commission has approved a revised proposal to revamp the Fulton Market Building. [more]

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  • From left: Renderings of facade and living room at 155 East 79th Street

    From left: Renderings of facade and living room at 155 East 79th Street

    Once home to a candy shop, the retail space inside a marble building on the Upper East Side has been rebuilt from the ground up as duplex condominiums by development firm Anbau Enterprises. [more]

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  • 1711-1715 First Avenue

    1711-1715 First Avenue

    SHoP Architects will be designing Anbau Enterprises’ upcoming “affordable luxury” residential project at 1711 First Avenue on the Upper East Side. [more]

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  • From left: Michael Stern and Kevin Maloney

    From left: Michael Stern and Kevin Maloney

    Michael Stern’s JDS Development and Kevin Maloney’s Property Markets Group have begun construction at the ultra skinny 1,350-foot hotel and condominium tower in Midtown, slated to be the city’s tallest residential tower if all goes as planned.

    The 60-foot-wide SHoP Architects-designed structure, slated to rise at 111 West 57th Street (previously reported as 107 West 57th Street), will stand 100 feet taller than the Empire State Building and is partially situated on a landmarked site. [more]

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  • From left:

    From left: PMG’s Kevin Maloney, JDS’s Michael Stern and a rendering of the 57th Street tower

    From the December issue: In the course of reviewing architecture in New York City and elsewhere, I find that most buildings inspire in me either appreciation of their beauty, anger at their ugliness, or indifference to their banality. But the new condo tower planned on 57th Street between Sixth and Seventh avenues inspires something very different in me: fear. [more]

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  • Rendering of the South Street Seaport tower

    Rendering of the South Street Seaport tower (Credit: SHoP Architects)

    Howard Hughes Corporation pitched its plan to redevelop the South Street Seaport waterfront with a 50-story tower, only to face hisses and jeers from Lower Manhattan residents. [more]

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  • Greg Pasquarelli and the Woolworth Building

    Greg Pasquarelli and the Woolworth Building

    SHoP Architects will make a move to the Woolworth Building in a 30,500-square-foot deal, Crain’s reported. The renowned firm behind high-profile projects such as the Barclays Center and a mall at South Street Seaport’s Pier 17 will take the entire 11th floor and a portion of the 21st floor at the building, and will leave its current offices at 11 Park Place. [more]

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  • A rendering of the East River Waterfront Esplanade by ShoP Architects

    Four new sections of the $165 million East River Waterfront Esplanade will be ready to go in plenty of time for summer, a city official told DNAInfo. Scheduled for April openings are the glass-walled Maiden Lane pavilion, under the FDR Drive at Maiden Lane and South Street; a hunk of  riverfront pathway; and two pavilions on Pier 15, according to Terri Bahr, a project manager for the city Economic Development Corporation. The first section opened in July 2011. … [more]

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  • Barclays Center

    The brand new Barclays Center is still weeks from opening but its facade gives the appearance of a building many years its senior. That’s because, the New York Times noted, the arena’s SHoP Architects-designed exterior was made with weathering steel.

    The steel is made to rust quickly, and that layer of rust protects against moisture and slows the corrosion process. Other buildings in the city made with the weathering steel, including the East of East condominium building at 13-14 Jackson Avenue in Long Island City and a Greenwich Street townhouse, applied a fresh layer of it and therefore stained sidewalks and nearby glass orange from dripping rust. [more]

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  • From left: Vishaan Chakrabarti, 200 Chambers Street and the apartment he sold

    A noteworthy architect’s renovation can lend a certain cachet to a New York City apartment. If the architect in question called the residence home, so much the better. That’s the case with a duplex condominium in Tribeca of the architect and urban planner Vishaan Chakrabarti, which recently sold for $5.7 million, according to city records filed today.

    Chakrabarti — whose latest post is a partnership at SHoP Architects, the firm that designed the Barclays Center at Atlantic Yards, among other high-profile projects — put his architectural chops to use on his own home, combining two units at 200 Chambers Street into a 3,250-square-foot duplex apartment. [more]

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