Sure, we've already confirmed the Whole Foods and checked out a rendering of the coming Upper West Side megadevelopment previously known as 808 Columbus and Friends, but the scope of this thing is so huge that we can't stop dedicating virtual ink to it. A Curbed tipster sent along the PDF brochure from retail brokers Winick (available here), advertising opportunities in what will now and forever be known as Columbus Village. There's more renderings of 808 Columbus and its four new neighbors, as well as the news that Duane Reade will anchor 775 Columbus Avenue. Shocking. What's next, a bank?
808 Columbus, in all its Whole Foodsy goodness. The largest building in the group, it will also have a parking garage. It's on the west side of Columbus Avenue, between 97th and 100th Streets.
775 Columbus, on the northeast corner of Columbus and 97th Street. Anchored by a 17,000sf Duane Reade.
795 Columbus, between 98th and 99th Streets. The meat in the east side sandwich. The second floor has 9,100sf of outdoor space, for all your mini-golf entrepreneurs out there.
805 Columbus, on the southeast corner of Columbus and 100th Street. Like the other east side buildings, it has space reserved on the ground and second floors for "community use."
801 Amsterdam, on the southeast corner of Amsterdam Avenue and 100th Street. This is the newest hole being dug, and can we just say that we don't really approve of it being lumped in with the Columbus Village gang, given it's non-Columbus credentials? We just want to go on the record about that.
· Columbus Village [Winick]
· Upper West Side Downzone Update: Hong Kong Cometh [Curbed]