Developer Silverstein Properties will revive Foster’s old 2WTC design, but with substantial changes
Silverstein Properties is considering building the tower on spec
Being the developer of the 82-story building didn’t get him any purchasing privileges however as he is reported to have paid the full ask of $34 million for the condo, which is located on the 80th floor.
The prolific New York developer picked up a penthouse at 30 Park Place last year, and now wants to move on from Midtown.
Silverstein Properties has roped in Beyer Blinder Belle for the renovation.
Earlier this year, news emerged that Silverstein might be planning two smaller buildings at the site, and now at least one of them seems to be moving forward.
The reality star is following her daughters east, having reportedly bought an apartment within Robert A.M. Stern’s pricey Financial District skyscraper.
The gleaming One West End Avenue is edging toward completion, and starting tomorrow, aspiring Upper West Siders who meet specific income requirements can apply for one of the Pelli-Clarke-Pelli-designed project’s 116 "affordable" apartments.
The 80-story building was designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners and spans 2.5 million square feet. Once complete in 2018, it will be the fifth tallest tower in New York City.
It's just a few months until closings begin on the 157 luxury residences at 30 Park Place that sit atop a soon to open Four Seasons Hotel. Curbed toured two, half floor penthouses on the 78th floor of the 82-story building.
The 42-story tower designed by Pelli Clarke Pelli is the first to rise at mega-development Riverside Center. Construction is moving right along. Take a peek at how things are progressing.
The Financial District skyscraper, developed by Silverstein Properties, is set to open by the summer—and a new batch of construction photos shows that it's well on its way to completion.