The latest plans call for a 415,000-square-foot tower on the corner of West 35th Street and Tenth Avenue. That building, which would be constructed first, would include roughly 75,000-square-foot of commercial space for office and retail uses, followed by 400 residential units. The second tower would be a 950,000 square-foot office tower on the corner of West 35th Street and Hudson Boulevard East, The Real Deal reported.
The developers will seek approval from the city to build more residential space than what current zoning laws allow. Maddd Equities is also currently ground-leasing Spitzer’s property, which means the developer is presumably also taking part in the latest plans. The two properties combine to form a 56,793-square-foot plot, which is currently vacant.