Current Status: Completed
Bank of America Tower Vital Stats
Address: One Bryant Park, aka 1111 Avenue of the Americas (Community Board 5)
Type: Commercial and Office Buildings
Name: Bank of America Tower
Construction: Begun 2004; Completed 2009
Design Architect: COOKFOX Architects
Executive Architect: Adamson Associate Architects
Engineer: Severud Associates
Developer: Durst Organization
Builder: Tishman Construction Corporation
Height: 1,200 feet, (365.8 Meters); 55 Stories
Total Construction Floor Area: 2,099,985 square feet; 195,095 square meters
Site Area: 87,863 square feet; 8,162.7 square meters
Filed prior to July 2009, there are no Zoning Diagrams scanned for this project.
Loopholes Exploited: This building includes a Privately Owned Public Space (POPS) called the Urban Garden Room on 43rd Street and 6th Avenue
Read through our blog below for more information on Supertalls.
In 1993, LANDMARK WEST! commissioned the Environmental Simulation Center at the New School to build a model of the Lincoln Square area. At a whopping 10' x 12' it was exhibited at the Apple Bank of Savings so that neighbors could come and see what was being proposed...
While many were hitting the beach to beat the heat last week, LW! had an eventful 3 1/2 hour hearing at the Board of Standards and Appeals regarding 36 West 66th Street (aka 50 West 66th Street) and how it does (but mainly, how it does not) comply with Zoning. You...
LW! Executive Director Sean Khorsandi is interviewed about developers' attempts to take advantage of zoning loopholes to build a Supertall tower at 50 W. 66th Street. Fox5 caught up with Sean outside the Board of Stand and Appeals during LW's hearing last week:
45 West 67th Street New York, NY 10023