NEW YORK | 317 Broadway | 210 FT | 20 FLOORS

Has a tenant replaced McD at this filthy little eyesore? If not, I hope that it gets razed and replaced by something decent. The building that was on this site was gorgeous.

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I’d like to see a replica of the old building rebuilt here tbh. Expensive and unlikely, but it is pretty small and there is a twin across the street to study from.

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I agree, but I’d be happy with even a glass box.

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That’s fantastic!!!

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From the Tribeca Citizen article above

If there is any chance of getting the old building back- Morris Adjmi is the one to do it.

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Sadly, there’s no chance of it, but Adjmi, at least, will do something great.

If and when this excrement is demolished, I’ll pop open some Champagne. They’re among the most intolerable eyesores downtown.

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I agree that the likelihood of a copy is close to nill but it has happened. Probably not a trendy enough area though.


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Personally I think Morris Adjmi can do better on the corner building, also looking forward to the mandatory LPC height chop. The restoration of 315 is fantastic though, WHO PAINTS OVER MARBLE?

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I love the new building, and I’m pleasantly surprised that the old gem next door will be restored. The Civic District is so beautiful.


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This new version looks awesome. Adjmi is the best for these types of projects.

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I agree. This looks beautiful!

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If only the LPC had jurisdiction over cheap hotel design haha. I like the new version a lot more, the old one looked like a 70s/80s college dorm building.

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Looks fairly similar to the original. Pic from the Yimby article and the 1940s tax photo.

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12.30.20
Glad 8 Thomas wont be affected for this development.

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