Brookfield moves forward with plans for
2 Manhattan West

Office tower slated to rise 59 stories, span 1.7M sf

New York /
Nov.November 27, 2017 01:55 PM

Rendering of Two Manhattan West (Credit: Brookfield via Curbed)

Brookfield Property Partners officially filed plans for its latest addition to Manhattan West: a 59-story office tower at 401 West 31st Street. Two Manhattan West will rise 849 feet high and span just under 1.75 million square feet, Curbed reported. Renderings of the tower show its design to be very similar to One Manhattan West, a 62-story office building whose construction is well underway. Both are designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, according to documents filed with the city’s Department of Buildings.

Rendering of Two Manhattan West (Credit: Brookfield via Curbed)

The new office tower is expected to be completed by 2022. The project is one of the last planned for Manhattan West, a five-building complex will include a hotel and a 13-story boutique office building known as the Lofts. Brookfield already completed the $350 million redevelopment of 5 Manhattan West, a 16-story office building, and construction of the residential rental building, the Eugene.[Curbed] — Kathryn Brenzel  


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