The site of a stalled construction project at 101 West 28th Street could get new life, the blog New York YIMBY reported. New building permits have been filed to develop a 28-story hotel and residential property, which will have 152 units and stand 296 feet high. New York-based Nobutaka Ashihara is the architect on record. There are no project renderings available at this time.
The empty lot, located at Sixth Avenue, was previously slated to be the site of Adellco’s the Remy — a 32-story condominium property. According to Curbed, the site went into foreclosure in 2011. [New York YIMBY] and [Curbed] —Zachary Kussin