New renderings of Lower Manhattan’s second tallest tower reveal golden Art Deco design

Posted On Tue, September 26, 2017 By

Posted On Tue, September 26, 2017 By In Architecture, Financial District

Rendering of 45 Broad Street found on-site, via CityRealty

The Financial District’s second supertall located just one block south of the New York Stock Exchange is getting ready for construction. The tower, found at 45 Broad Street, will reach 1,115 feet, feature 66 floors and include about 200 condominiums. As CityRealty discovered, new on-site renderings show a slender structure with an Art Deco style and pointed Gothic architecture. Designed by CetraRuddy, the tower will be the second tallest tower in Downtown Manhattan after 1 WTC, and the architecture firm’s tallest tower yet.

45 Broad Street, supertall, FiDi
Plans via Department of Buildings

In a joint venture, Madison Equities and Pizzarotti Group first filed a new building application for 45 Broad Street in May of 2016 with plans to finish by 2018. Since the project just had its ceremonial groundbreaking in April of this year, its completion date has been pushed to 2019, still an optimistic end date. The developers were granted zoning approval in May and a new rendering of the project was found at the construction site last week, a sign construction will commence soon.

45 Broad Street, supertall, FiDi
Renderings of 45 Broad Street via Pizzarotti IBC, Madison Equities CetraRuddy

According to the project’s plans, the building will have 86 stories, counted like Trump Tower floors, due to super high ceilings and double-height floors. Amenities will include a 60-foot indoor swimming pool, outdoor garden, library and a fitness center. Residents will also be able to enjoy many lounges and entertainment spaces.


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