The site at 451 10th Avenue in 2018, with Hudson Yards to the south; via Google Streetview
A joint project from Related Companies and Eliot Spitzer would bring over 100 units of senior housing near Hudson Yards, the Real Deal reported on Wednesday. According to permits filed with the city last week, the 44-story mixed-use tower at 451 10th Avenue will include 126 “long-term care facility dwelling units.”
In 2013, Spitzer bought the site at West 35th Street for $88 million and later acquired the plot next to it on 10th Avenue, with plans to build an office tower and hotel. As 6sqft reported in 2016, an old rendering of the plan called for a 70-story tower with a 1,000 key-hotel and condos above.
Related entered a contact in 2013 to buy the site at 517 West 35th Street for $96 million, according to the Real Deal. The two formed a partnership in 2017 to develop the 1.4 million-square-foot development across two phases. Instead of office and retail as the 2017 application noted, much of that dedicated space will now be set aside for senior housing, as permits show.
In addition to the senior housing, the tower at 451 10th Avenue will include about 400 more apartments on its upper floors. Part of the lower floors will include retail and community facilities, as well as an eating and drinking establishment. Handel Architects is listed as the architect of record.
[Via The Real Deal]
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