Check out these new luxury Manhattan condominiums, with their spacious homes, convenient building amenities, and all located just a walk away from an elementary school, they make being a parent in the city easier than ever.
Long awaited renderings have finally been revealed for Pier 55’s futuristic park above the Hudson River near Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood. The park is the collaboration of designer Thomas Heatherwick and landscape architecture firm Mathews Nielsen, who unveiled updated renderings and new details last week.
AT&T customers are in for an underground treat with the company’s latest announcement for users in New York City.
AT&T recently announced that they are expanding their contract with the Transit Wireless. The contract expansion will give 242 extra subway stations the ability to provide AT&T customers with their mobile and data services.
YoungWoo & Associates have been planning a revitalization and reimagining of Pier 57 into SuperPier, a cultural hub with retail space, characterized by conex box modularity. The project, which comes with the tagline in hendiatris, “Culture, Cargo, Chaos,” is planned as a full cultural hub, making room for retail and restaurants, as well as event space, including its public, rooftop park, which will can hold an audience of around 3,000.
When Pier 57 was constructed along the Hudson in 1952, it was hailed as an engineering feat. Rather than using standard piles, Pier 57 was Manhattan’s first pier built to float on concrete boxes. Over the years, the Pier’s “super” popularity waned, but one developer intends to bring Pier 57 back into the spotlight.
A lot primed for development across the street from Penn Station and the future Moynihan Station has hit the market. 415 Eighth Avenue is currently a parking lot, but the 11,110 square-foot parcel of land is likely to go the way of residential development.
When Related Companies completes its massive Hudson Yards development, the far West Side neighborhood will be unrecognizable from what is currently the largest piece of undeveloped land in Manhattan. Construction on what will be the first tower to open, 10 Hudson Yards, began a year ago, but the 52-story tower is just one piece of the 17-million-square-foot puzzle.
While New York is becoming increasingly familiar with architectural hybrids where traditional styles sit side by side with distinctively modern design, Alchemy Properties’ newest project may be the most interesting example to date.