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255 West 34th Street Rises Near Halfway Mark in Midtown, Manhattan

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255 West 34th Street designed by Stonehill Taylor Architects.

Construction is nearing the turning point 255 West 34th Streeta 33-storey hotel tower midtown, Manhattan.designed by Stonehill Taylor Architects Developed by chetrit group, the 397-foot-tall structure yields 330 hotel rooms spread over 155,594 square feet. Flintlock Construction Services is the general contractor for this south end property. Garment District Right across from 7th and 8th Avenues One Pen Plaza and within walking distance Madison Square Garden When Moynihan Train Hall and James A. Farley Bill.

Steady progress since then our last update The reinforced concrete superstructure is now approaching the height of several nearby buildings. At this rate, we can expect the tower to peak in the first half of 2023. Installation of the curtain wall has not yet begun, but may begin as the building nears completion.

255 West 34th Street.Photo by Michael Young

255 West 34th Street.Photo by Michael Young

The picture below details the dramatic cantilever flanking to the west.

255 West 34th Street.Photo by Michael Young

255 West 34th Street.Photo by Michael Young

255 West 34th Street.Photo by Michael Young

The main photo rendering faces east along West 34th Street, highlighting two distinct sections: the cantilever and the façade. Most of the tower is clad in warm, earth-toned paneling with a grid of jutting windows and a rectangular interlocking pattern on the blank west façade. The east end features gold paneling and recessed window grids.

YIMBY estimates that 255 West 34th Street will be completed in late 2023 or early 2024 at the latest.

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