The highly anticipated condominium tower at 50 West Street is finally complete and on the market. Rising 780 feet and standing 64-stories tall, this glass tower is a perfect addition to the growing Financial District.
Since the beloved Brooklyn Heights Cinema at 70 Henry Street shut down, the highly anticipated apartments that have taken its place have finally hit the market, and several photos have been revealed of the new development.
Three years after plans were filed, there is finally progress being made on a condo that will rise at the corner of 86th and Lexington Avenue. Developers announced they plan to demolish the current two low-rise buildings that occupy the site to make room for the new building.
One Wall Street, which was purchased by Harry Macklowe in 2014, will hold mainly condos and avoid offering rental units, which had been the original plan, according to recent reports. Macklowe purchased this historic building from Bank of New York Mellon for $585 million three years ago and has since been perfecting his plan for the conversion with SLCE Architects.