A curtain wall installation is approaching the railing of 660 Fifth Avenue, a 39-story commercial tower undergoing modernization in Midtown. Designed by Con Pedersen Fox and developed by Brookfield Properties, the project includes an interior renovation and complete re-cladding of the 64-year-old structure, which will yield 1.25 million square feet of office space and is expected to achieve LEED Gold approval. Turner Construction Company is the general contractor of the property, which is located along Fifth Avenue between West 52nd and 53rd Streets, and was previously listed on Fifth Avenue 666.
Significant progress has been made in the new glass casing since our last update in January, with only seven floors left to wear. The scaffolding has been removed from the upper levels, which are expected to be fully closed in the coming weeks.
Work has also progressed on the lower levels, including around the western elevation, where a number of ventilation nets sit within a more spacious network of glass panels, and across the failures in the wide southern profile facing West 52nd Street, where the façade is steady. Costs. The large white posters displaying the names of the multiple retail tenants were removed from the front of the sidewalk scaffolding.
The 660 Fifth Avenue makeover is expected to cost around $ 400 million and will include a new lobby, new elevators and infrastructure upgrades. The four to nine floors in the bleachers will be the largest and will span between 66,0000 and 70,000 square feet for rent per level; The ten to 14 floors will be about 40,000 square feet in size and can be rented each; And finally, floors 15 to 39 yield 25,000 square feet that can be rented each. The facilities include a large number of designed outdoor terraces spread over four levels that together measure 42,000 square feet, a boutique lobby space, on-site parking and a bicycle shed. A separate entrance to the lobby along 52nd West Street is dedicated to the main anchor tenant, who will also receive intricate illuminated signs above their lobby and at the top of the building.
660 Fifth Avenue stands directly above the subway access to 5th Avenue-53rd Street Station, which is serviced by the E and M trains. Trains B, D and F can be found below the Rockefeller Center to the south.
The modification of Fifth Avenue 660 is scheduled to be completed this coming December, as noted in the construction schedule.
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