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    625 West 57th Street

    625 West 57th Street
    New York, NY 10019
    Residential, Sales, Leasing/Rental, Condo, Multifamily

    625 West 57th Street is a 447,559 square foot building built in 2013 in the Clinton neighborhood of Manhattan. The property has 567 total units. The building is owned by Durst Organization. The building was completed in March of 2016.

    • Address 625 West 57th Street
    • neighborhood Clinton
    • borough Manhattan
    • owner Durst Organization
    • PLANS DISCLOSED 09/24/2010
    • dob permit issued 11/01/2013
    • tco issued 03/14/2016
    • DOB FILE PLANS 09/24/2010
    • DOB FILE Link
    • LIST/LAUNCH SALES 07/09/2014
    • floors 43
    • Year Built 2013
    • ag file plans 05/30/2014
    • residential units 567
    • total units 567
    • square feet 447,559
    • const. status Building Complete
    • block and lot 1-01105-7501
    • Event Retail Leasing
    • Address 625 West 57th Street
    • Neighborhood Midtown West
    • Borough Manhattan
    • Square feet 30,000
    • Publication Date 08/01/2016
    • Event Date 06/17/2016
    • Party 1 Durst Organization
    • Party 2 Landmark Theatres
    notes
    The movie theater company signed a lease.
    • Event Retail Leasing
    • Address 625 West 57th Street
    • Neighborhood Midtown
    • Borough Manhattan
    • Square feet 4,000
    notes
    The dog registry signed a lease.
    • Event Retail Leasing
    • Address 625 West 57th Street
    • Neighborhood Midtown West
    • Borough Manhattan
    • Square feet 7,000
    • Publication Date 11/01/2015
    • Event Date 09/22/2015
    • Party 1 Durst Organization
    • Party 2 Livanos Restaurant Group
    notes
    The restaurant signed a lease.

    06/01/2015
    • Durst’s residential project at 625 West 57th Street, the Bjarke Ingels-designed pyramid building, solicited $180 million from 360 EB-5 investors...
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