SL Green files plans for resi tower in FiDi

Project will include 279 apartments

TRD New York /
Jul.July 31, 2018 09:00 AM

SL Green CEO Marc Holliday and 185 Broadway (Credit: SL Green and Google Maps)

UPDATED, 2:00 p.m. July 31: SL Green Realty plans to build a 35-story apartment building in the Financial District.

The real estate investment trust pre-filed permits for 185 Broadway, calling for 279 apartments across 164,600 square feet, New York YIMBY reported. Another 37,240 square feet will be set aside for commercial use. Retail will occupy the cellar through second floors, and a health club will take up the third through fifth floors.

FXCollaborative Architects is the architect of record.

SL Green purchased 183-187 Broadway and 5-7 Dey Street in 2015. The company received permits last year to begin demolishing existing buildings on the sites. The pre-filing lists the project just as 185 Broadway, which has an identical block and lot as 187 Broadway.

The REIT is also developing One Vanderbilt, a $3.2 billion office tower in Midtown East. [YIMBY] —Kathryn Brenzel

Correction: This story has been updated with the correct photo of 185 Broadway. It previously showed 185 West Broadway. 


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