322-326 Seventh Avenue
  • Street: RESTRICTED
  • City/State: Manhattan, New York
  • Sq Ft: 105,000
  • Number of rooms/Units: None
  • Building Type: Corporate
  • Plans/Drawings: RESTRICTED
  • Last Updated: August 14 2020
  • Pre-Construction Bid Date: None
  • Status: Work in progress

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  • Status/Contact Role Update:
    Update 1:
    I am not involved with this project, call the office
    
    Josh
    Date: June 25 2020
    Update 2:
    None
    Date: None
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  • Description:
    • 7:30 AM ON NOVEMBER 25, 2019
      
      Excavation and piling work is starting up for 322-326 Seventh Avenue, aka “28 & 7“, a 12-story class A office building designed by Skidmore Owings & Merrill. An excavator is positioned on the northern corner of the Chelsea property along with a pile of stacked hollow metal pilings. Klövern and GDS Development are the developers of the project, while Triton Construction is building the structure.
      The building’s glass-dominated envelope with glazed black terracotta curtain will stand in stark contrast to the Brutalist design of the Fashion of Institute of Technology’s Fred P. Pomerantz Art & Design Center, which sits directly across 28th Street to the south.
      Inside will be 105,000 square feet of leasable column-free office space. The distance between the walls and core is up to 40 feet. A 12th floor penthouse with a panoramic garden terrace will cap the edifice. Amenities for the address include ground-floor bicycle storage, executive-style bathrooms on all floors, showers, and a changing room. Skidmore Owings & Merrill and the two developers are aiming for LEED certification.
      The site is right next to the 28th Street station with access to the 1 train, while the 2, 3, A, C, E, NJ Transit, and Amtrak trains are all at Pennsylvania Station just up the street to the north. The R and W trains are to the east at 28th Street and Broadway, just south of the B, D, F, M, N , Q and PATH trains at 34th Street-Herald Square.
      
      28 & 7 is slated to be finished in the fourth quarter of 2021.


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