Storage Space in New York Now Costs More Than a Typical American Home
It’s a cellar’s market.
New Yorkers are spending more than the price of the average American home — on storage units.
Tribeca’s 56 Leonard just sold a 200-square-foot unit for $300,000. That’s $1,500 a square foot for a metal cage in the basement of the future luxury skyscraper.
Over at The Atlantic Cities, editor Emily Badger tried to put things in perspective and created this helpful little chart of median home prices in a few U.S. metropolitan areas (find a screenshot of the interactive chart below).More on 56 Leonard Street in the Archinect News:Work to Begin on... View full entry
Herzog & de Meuron-Designed NYC Tower Hits the Market
The long-stalled Tribeca building announced its comeback in October, only a week before resuming construction. Now the Herzog & de Meuron-designed tower is officially on the market. Nine listings have popped up on StreetEasy, ranging in price from a 2BR for $3.625 million to a 4BR penthouse for $24 million.
— Curbed NY
Herzog & de Meuron's glassy Tribeca tower is, after many years, finally on the market, with prices starting at $3.625 million. View full entry
Work to Begin on Herzog & de Meuron's 56 Leonard St. Tower
Four years of construction is expected to begin next week on the long delayed 56 Leonard Street, the 830-foot-high residential tower announced four years ago for the southwest corner of Church and Leonard streets. For more than three years, the building's completed foundation has sat barren while the recession-stymied developer, the Alexico Group, sought financing to complete the project.
Herzog & de Meuron skyscraper up for auction on Ebay
Well, the 20" model of 56 Leonard St is up for auction. It's actually a very nice looking model, and even breaks apart into individual units. Ebay View full entry
Showy Condos by H&deM, Koolhaas Remake NYC Skyline
At the edge of TriBeCa, the Swiss superstar architects Herzog & de Meuron stack 145 luxe condo residences like crisscrossing glass-wrapped dominos. Uptown, Rem Koolhaas tilts a tower perilously over its neighbor. These projects, both in construction, cement a gathering trend: the sculpting of... View full entry
More on 56 Leonard
A trio of reviews of Herzog & de Meuron's 56 Leonard Street condo project: NYSun. | Triple Mint | NYMag | prev. from Triple Mint: The long awaited design for 56 Leonard Street in Tribeca by Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron has been revealed. Above you can see the upper floors, where a... View full entry
56 Leonard by Herzog & de Meuron
On the threshold of its fourth decade, Herzog & de Meuron is poised to reinvent another great architectural prototype as construction begins in New York City on the first hi-rise tower of the firm’s career. 56 Leonard Street will be a 57-story residential condominium building at the... View full entry