The Vanderbilt Corridor rezoning may spawn another enormous tower next door to rezone poster child One Vanderbilt. The Post reports that developer Howard Milstein is planning to replace his 1.1 million-square-foot office tower at 335 Madison Avenue with an even larger building, possibly containing a high end hotel. As it happens, that would return the site to its original use—335 Madison was built as the luxurious Biltmore Hotel in 1913 by architects Warren and Wetmore, but in 1984 the Milstein family gutted and stripped the landmarked building to the dismay of preservationists everywhere.
· Vanderbilt corridor set for massive new tower [NYP]
· One Vanderbilt coverage [Curbed]