Permits have been filed for a 69-story mixed-use building at 100 West 37th Street in Midtown West, Manhattan. The property is located at the southwest corner of 37th Street and 6th Avenue, just three blocks north of the Empire State Building.
The proposed 743-foot tall development will total 384,118 square feet and include 297,301 square feet of residential space and a commercial component of 86,817 square feet. The plans call for 300 residential units. The average size of an apartment, based on gross numbers, will be about 991 square feet. The permit makes no mention of on-site parking.
Jack Yadidi of Sioni Group is listed as the owner behind the applications while the architect is listed as Damir Sehic of C3D Architecture. The corner lot is currently vacant.
The neighborhood is serviced by the B,D,F and M trains at the 42nd Street- Bryant Park station and 34th – Herald Square station. Other subway lines in the neighborhood include the N,Q,R, and W trains at the Times Square – 42nd Street station and the 7 train at 5th Avenue. The property is within easy walking distance to Bryant Park, The New York Public Library and Madison Square Park.