Extell’s Latest Super-Tall Tower Moves Closer to Construction

Development, East
Friday, February 14, 2014
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(Courtesy AS+GG)

(Courtesy AS+GG)

Members of the Arts Student League of New York voted to allow Extell to cantilever their super-tall skyscraper (pictured left) over their landmarked building. In return for the air rights, the league will receive $31.8 million, which it plans to use to upgrade its current facilities. According to the New York Observer, “Extell imposed a hard deadline, telling the League that if the deal was not approved by Wednesday, it would walk away and build without the cantilever.” This overwhelming vote paves the way for construction to begin on the Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill-designed tower.

One Response to “Extell’s Latest Super-Tall Tower Moves Closer to Construction”

  1. jason doran says:

    This is a pretty amazing design and engineering marvel! I hope they remembered to design a Photo-Luminescent emergency egress system in the plans!

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