The Moinian Group’s newly unveiled plans for a 66-story skyscraper on Manhattan’s far west-side Hudson Yards area received widespread media coverage this past week, with founder and CEO Joseph Moinian sharing details about the highly anticipated and ambitious mixed-use development, setting out for a vision for the property as a crowned jewel of the vast Moinian portfolio, as well as the anchor of the rapidly developing far West Side.
“The building is going to be a pinnacle of elegance along the new Hudson Boulevard,” Moinian said.
As per an article posted in Bloomberg business:
“New York developer Joseph Moinian is seeking office rents higher than the market rate for a 66-story skyscraper that he’s planning for the Hudson Yards area on Manhattan’s far west side.
Rents would start at $85 a square foot and exceed $100 a square foot for the tower’s upper floors, Arthur Mirante, tri-state area president of brokerage Avison Young Inc., said today at a press briefing on the project, to be called 3 Hudson Boulevard. That would put it in a class with many of the top office towers in the heart of midtown Manhattan.”
The full article from Bloomberg can be found here.
Additional coverage can be found through the following links:
New York Post
Real Estate BisNow
Real Estate Weekly
The Real Deal
Crain’s New York Business
National Real Estate Investor
City Biz List
Plans for the site at West 34th Street and 11th Avenue