Renderings have been unveiled for the planned 1,100-foot tower set to rise at 45 Broad Street, The Real Deal reports. And what do you know, the golden frame of the supertall is oddly reminiscent of another skyscraper on 57th Street (that project was a no go). Though it's nowhere near as ornate as that planned 102-story building, the Broad Street building can certainly hold its own.
Developed by Madison Equities and the Pizzarotti Group, the new building will likely stand 86-stories tall and include 245 apartments.
The developers purchased the site for $86 million last year. CetraRuddy has been roped in to design the supertall, and the project will likely break ground later this year with an expected completion date sometime in 2018.
TRD acquired the rendering through promotional material being shopped to Chinese investors, who the developers are hoping will invest in the project.