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#785

great snaps Robert


#786

Thanks, Street!


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4/15


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Bonjour, 42nd Street!

Marking a culinary and commercial-property coup, Daniel Boulud will launch a large restaurant at One Vanderbilt, SL Green’s 1,400-foot-tall skyscraper now rising next to Grand Central Terminal.

The planned, 11,000 square-foot venue adds instant additional cachet to the 1.6 million square-foot office tower that’s scheduled to open by 2020.


Thus far, just one tenant, TD Bank, has signed for 200,000 square feet on the Midtown tower.

Boulud’s name lends the KPF-designed project the glamour of a famed, New York-based superchef as SL Green talks to firms that are considering moving there — JP Morgan Chase among them.


#789

It would suck if JPMC moves here. JPMC is the best hope for 2 WTC.


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02.04.2017

©Tony Shi


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#792

That’s great news! :smiley:


#793

I think this will be the most watched construction since 1 WTC.


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@th3_gr8est



@danielboulud



@cbre_aip


#796

Nice find, VG!


#797

Nice find indeed, VG!
I couldn’t agree more with robertwalpole! ^^


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#799

This city is cursed


#800

The WSJ is a garbage newspaper. I dont trust em, if this gets put on hold or cancelled, I will riot


#801

This is not getting put on hold or cancelled. It will fill up easily. They’re several years from opening.


#802

Hehe

No worries, this is in no way of being in danger of being on hold or cancelled.


#803

Thats what I believe aswell. Just annoys me that garbage newspapers like the WSJ resort to clickbait titling to be popular. No journalistic integrity