Tishman’s Gotham Center Tower tops out

Tishman Speyer’s $316 million Gotham Center Tower in Long Island City topped out today, according to a press release from the developer. The 21-story mixed-use tower at Two Gotham Center, being erected on a city-owned site occupied by a municipal parking garage, will be home to Department of Health and Mental Hygiene headquarters, and will include 8,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space and 160 parking spaces. The tower is the first phase of the proposed 3.5 million-square-foot Gotham Center development. The building is slated for completion in early 2011, at which time DOH employees will being relocating from some of the agency’s 15 Manhattan locations. Gotham Center Tower will incorporate green building technology and is expected to achieve LEED certification for its interiors and core and shell. TRD

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