New images have been shared for the redesigned lobby in 1407 Broadway, a 512-foot-tall Mid-Century skyscraper designed by Ely Jacques Kahn in Midtown, Manhattan. Lightstone Group sold the building to Shorenstein Properties in April of 2015. Tenants are largely from the fashion, technology, advertising, media, and information industries, and Fogarty Finger is behind the revamp.
A newly minted tower has risen above the New York harbor. The Helmut Jahn-designed 50 West is a 783-foot tall residential building in Manhattan’s Financial District with curtain wall glass and distinctive angled crown. The project has been about a decade since it started, and now proudly stands with early move-ins, nearly complete. It started in 2008, right before the Great Depression. The glass façade was finished in February, and interior installation has started. Time Equities is responsible for the development.
Today YIMBY has the first rendering for a new residential development coming to 212 Wadsworth Avenue, in Upper Manhattan. The development is rising on the site of the demolished Wadsworth Avenue Baptist Church, which was purchased in 2015 for $8 million. Silverback Development has partnered with Caerus Group on the $47 million project.
Permits have been filed for a 29-story hotel at 58 West 39th Street, in Midtown, Manhattan. The site is just a block away from Bryant Park, in the heart of the city. Times Square is just an avenue west, with Grand Central two avenues to the east. Wei Hong Hu of H Hotel LLC is listed as responsible for the development.
New high-rises aren’t a frequent occurrence in Upper Manhattan, but one such project currently rising at 543 West 122nd Street, in Morningside Heights, now has its first renderings. The development will be known as Vandewater, taken from the original Dutch name for the area. Savanna is responsible for the development, and Curbed was the first to reveal the new images.