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CurbedWire Special: Tishman Speyer Taking Hudson Yards?

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The Hudson Yards development plan created by Tishman Speyer—with architects Helmut Jahn and Peter Walker—has emerged as the frontrunner in the past 24 hours, according to the New York Times. You may recall that Tishman's proposal featured Morgan Stanley as an anchor tenant—an anchor tenant that has now sailed away. Still, the MTA is said to be in final negotiations with Tishman, with plans to formally present the plan to its board for approval this Wednesday if final details can be worked through. (The other proposal that's still breathing is said to to be Durst/Vornado.) Above, a photogallery of the Tishman plan, and here's Curbed's original take on it. Developing...
· MTA Leaning Towards Tishman Speyer Railyards Bid [NYTimes]
· Yardsmania: Tishman Speyer Calls a Forum [Curbed]