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Two towers soar high above 10th Avenue holding over 800 units in what what has become New York's new residential and commercial frontier. This up and coming neighborhood embraces the stylistic advances of Chelsea, the drama of the theater district and the diversity of Hell's Kitchen.

Recent zoning changes has prompted many real estate developers to build new residential rental and condo towers. The prominent location on 10th Avenue affords plenty of visibility from both car and foot traffic.

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Handel Architects believes in the power of architecture to be a catalyst for positive urban change. In the course of their 40-year history in New York development, we have seen TF Cornerstone repeatedly take bold risks and plant their flag in overlooked and underdeveloped areas of the City, and as a result of this process, create entire new residential neighborhoods.

Their latest endeavor is the Hudson Yards, where Handel Architects worked with them to design a 3-tower complex of nearly 1,300 apartments, which has already begun to transform this neighborhood. As a developer, TF Cornerstone’s experience in high-rise rental housing is unparalleled. As an owner and manager of thousands of apartments, their knowledge of the market is extensive and up-to the minute. Their ability to plan and design, finance, construct, and then fully lease up a major high-rise building is a pleasure to watch. We are glad to be part of their team.

Gary Handel

Principal, Handel Architects

TF Cornerstone was the first major NYC developer to build in the newly rezoned Hudson Yards. They have now completed nearly 1,350 apartments in two distinguished buildings that not only include 248 units of affordable housing, but that also generated nearly $25 million in funds for public improvements in the Hudson Yards, including the extension of the #7 subway.

TF Cornerstone’s reputation for pioneering new neighborhoods is well deserved, and we believe their willingness to invest in the Hudson Yards on such a large scale is a testament to the City’s vision for this important area of Manhattan’s future growth.

Ann Weisbrod

President, Hudson Yards Development Corporation

Overview

505 W 37th Street
Located at Tenth Ave.
Midtown West
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Built in 2009
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15 floors
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