Vanderbilt, or One Vanderbilt Place, is a proposed skyscraper in Midtown, Manhattan at Grand Central Terminal. If completed, it is expected to measure 1,404 feet tall and contain over 1.6 million square feet of space. If the building reaches the expected height, it will become the second tallest building in New York after One World Trade Center. (However, the Nordstrom Tower development has a listed an expected height of 1,775 feet, which would make it taller than One Vanderbilt.) Construction on One Vanderbilt is scheduled to begin in 2015 and finish in 2020, although some construction plans are pending approval from a joint community board and the City of New York who would like to see the building have access to Grand Central Terminal and to provide $210 million in station improvements.
The project is being developed by
New York REIT SL Green Realty. Early tenant commitments include TD Bank, who have already signed for 200,000 square feet of office space beginning in the year 2020.
In early 2015, Harvard professor Laurence Tribe argued that the construction of One
Vanderbilt would be unconstitutional due to the decision of the City Planning Commission to grant the air rights on top of Grand Central to SL Green, which Grand Central Terminal landlord Andrew S. Penson claims as his own.
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...market and just one office tenant signed at
One Vanderbilt. In real estate, it's all about the numbers.
This past week, The Real Deal...
...Marc Holliday and a rendering of
Some analysts worry that SL Green Realty may struggle to fill its office project...
...Marc Holliday, 245 Park Avenue and rendering of
Whenever a deep pocketed Chinese investor dishes out billions for a Manhattan trophy building...
...Daniel Boulud (Credit: STUDIO SCRIVO) and rendering of
One Vanderbilt (Credit: KPF)
SL Green Realty scored a second retail tenant for its One Vanderbilt...
...the construction of its Midtown East office project
But both projects are office towers where an anchor tenant has already signed on...
...in new developments like 1 WTC, Hudson Yards or
One Vanderbilt. “All these new observatories are offering their own version of the Burj al-Khalifa,” he...
...From left: 3 Hudson Boulevard,
One Vanderbilt and 28-10 Queens Plaza South
The value of new construction projects in New York...
...s largest office landlord and developer of the
One Vanderbilt office tower near Grand Central Terminal, which required city approval to move forward.
...a 27.6 percent stake in the proposed office skyscraper
One Vanderbilt to the National Pension Service of Korea. The deal is expected to pump $525 million...
...Korea took a 27.6 percent stake in office tower
One Vanderbilt and Hines took another 1.4 percent, which will inject $525 million in equity into the project...
...Marc Holliday and
SL Green Realty expects its office tower One Vanderbilt to throw off a net...
...Marc Holliday and rendering of
SL Green Realty sold a stake in its massive One Vanderbilt development to the...
...closed on a $1.5 billion construction loan for its
One Vanderbilt office development from a syndicate including Wells Fargo, The Bank of New York Mellon...
...Realty, which had beef with CW over its
One Vanderbilt project in Midtown, also threatened to file a lawsuit that would block the sale...
One Vanderbilt and Marc Holliday
SL Green Realty is floating a plan to move JPMorgan Chase...
...A rendering of
The developer behind One Vanderbilt will be sharing the views from its Midtown skyscraper with the masses. In exchange...
...office landlords, is currently developing the Midtown skyscraper
One Vanderbilt. -- Miriam Hall...
...From left: Groundbreaking for SL Green's
One Vanderbilt and Richard Anderson
Construction spending in New York City is expected to soar to...
...Marc Holliday and
With millions of square feet in new office space being built at Hudson Yards...
One Vanderbilt groundbreaking and rendering
Before tenants can move to the upper floors of SL Green...
...New York scene (bets include 220 CPS, 565 Broome and
One Vanderbilt), Singapore’s United Overseas Bank is finalizing a $500 million-plus loan for 125 Greenwich, and Malaysian...
...Marc Holliday and Rendering of
SL Green Realty closed on a $1.5 billion construction loan for its $3.1 billion office development...
...graph of office space completed and rendering of
Over the next five years, more than 20 million square feet of new office space...
...public improvements in the area.
A rendering of
Robert Shapiro, president of City Center Real Estate , which specializes in assemblage and air...
...buildings or contribute money to public infrastructure projects.
One Vanderbilt is currently leading the way, with developer SL Green Realty receiving zoning benefits in...
...From left: 400 West 61st Street,
One Vanderbilt in Midtown East and Queens Park Plaza in Long Island City
Though new Manhattan...
...building at 317 Madison Avenue, part of the developer's
One Vanderbilt project. A collapsed wall at the site injured two workers this summer.
As tenants turn their attention to the gleaming new skyscrapers rising on Manhattan’s West Side and...