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Plans unveiled for a smaller 611 Madison Avenue

Structure to stretch six stories high, total 27,853 square feet
April 16, 2014 02:50PM

A new round of permits are on file for 611 Madison, where a new structure will soon replace an existing seven-story townhouse.

The new version will be smaller than the current building, rising only six stories, or 112 feet. The building will span 27,853 square feet in total, with offices located on the top two floors, according to New York YIMBY. Fogarty Finger, who is also behind the recently-revealed plans for 11-51 47th Avenue in Long Island City, is listed as the architect of record. Zurich Holding Company is the developer.

No projected completion date has been announced as of yet, a demolition date has not been nailed down and renderings have yet to surface. Filings for “façade repairs” were approved in 2012. [New York YIMBY]Julie Strickland