On Manhattan’s Upper West Side, construction has topped off at 212 West 95th Street, where developers United Management recently celebrated the project milestone. The building is being designed by CetraRuddy and RKTB Architects, and Reuveni Real Estate is handling sales and marketing.
Concrete pump trucks, mixers, and a rigging crane are working side by side along the northern perimeter of 30 East 29th Street. Located in NoMad, the upcoming Art Deco-inspired residential tower is being designed by CetraRuddy Architecture and developed by the Rockefeller Group. The ground-up structure will rise 639 feet to its rooftop, and make a significant impact on the skyline when completed.
In a recent reveal, The Hudson Companies released updated renderings of a new, mixed-use residential project on the rise at 350 Clarkson Avenue in Prospect Lefferts Gardens. Designed by CetraRuddy Architecture, the building’s 227,000 square feet will comprise 250 market-rate rentals, office space, ground floor retail, and a potential community facility.
Located to the south of the New York Stock Exchange on a narrow rectangular strip of land along Broad Street, the Financial District’s first residential supertall will soon rise at 45 Broad Street. The tower will eventually soar 1,115 feet above the crowded streets of Lower Manhattan, and should make a very dramatic impact on the skyline in the coming years. Clad with bronze-colored aluminum panels and an intricate mix of sleek vertical and curved lines, it is the 5th-tallest skyscraper currently under construction in New York City. CetraRuddy is the architect, while the developers are Madison Equities and Pizzarotti LLC.
Standing across the street from Chelsea Market is a new 270-foot, 18-story office building spanning 130,000 square feet, designed by CetraRuddy Architecture and developed by Rockpoint Group and Atlas Capital. 412 West 15th Street stands between Ninth and Tenth Avenue above the Meatpacking District in Chelsea, with a tall glass facade and dark metal panels featuring textured geometric panels. The project is also connected to two landmarked buildings along West 14th Street that have a combined square footage of around 85,000 square feet.