NEW YORK | Tower Fifth | 1556 FT | 96 FLOORS

#83

I’ve listened to the New Yorkers. Sloped roof, spire, 2,000 feet tall…here is my concept for this tower






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#84

I like it!

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#85

That looks damn good! …Great Job!

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#86


Updated the 3d model from looking at the most recent render posted

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#87

Too bad you don’t work for Gensler!
That’s a much better design.

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#89

Another cool rendering

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#90

Great renders. Boring design.

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#91

It’s just… so… goofy.

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#92

yes, you could be in the top 1% of architects today!!

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#93

Nice, and those are some impressive graphics you have posted. These online architecture forums must be a veritable treasure trove of valuable information for real estate developers plying their trade in NYC: what an amazing free resource.

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#94

Nice renders Koloski. I just can’t get excited about this one though :confused:

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#95

I don’t see how this could be a functional office building. The floors look like they would be around 125’x75’ max - around 10K sf; the size of the upper floors of 425 Park Ave.

Is there really a market for 80 floors of $250/sf boutique office space? Which is what they would need to get to make this building profitable.

I could see this faring better as condos.

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#96

As a marker for low the Singer Building floorplates were 65’x65’ and it was demolished because the floorplates were far too small for office. Though this is obviously a little under triple height, the size of the plates is worrying.

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#97

Thank you for mentioning and posting the Singer Building. :heart_eyes:

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#98

No problem, I take any opportunity I can lol

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#99

A little closer to reality

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#100

Oy vey!

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#101

Whatever happened to that Zaha project they were supposed to Chelsea?

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#102

apparently still in the works. Moinian is developing it.

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