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We recently brought you parts one and two of our tallest residential skyscrapers series, which totaled 63 projects poised to scrape the sky. But this list doesn’t even take into consideration the development boom occurring in Jersey City, unreleased plans on the drawing board, and the numerous office and hotel projects also rising throughout the city. So here you have it, part three of the series to complete our look at NYC skyscrapers.

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20 East End Avenue
  • Robert A.M. Stern, the architect behind 15 Central Park West, is bringing a new 17-story tower to 20 East End Avenue. The building—said to be less pricey than Stern’s others—will have 43 units starting at $4.5M. Penthouses will go for $20M. [NYT]
  • New renderings and listings appear for One John Street. [Brownstoner]
  • East New York’s rapidly rising land prices are throwing a wrench in the mayor’s affordable housing plan. [WSJ]
  • The controversial Astoria Cove project has been approved. [Crain’s]
  • SHoP will design a new 733,000-square foot mixed-use project at 360 Tenth Avenue, across from Related’s Hudson Yards. [TRD]
  • The condos at 443 Greenwich Street have finally hit the market. [Curbed]

20 East End Avenue, courtesy of 20EastEnd.com (left); Astoria Cove(right)