55 Hudson Yards is a 51-story, 1.4 million square foot class A office building currently under construction in Manhattan’s new Hudson Yards neighborhood. Developed in partnership with Related Companies and Oxford Properties, 55 Hudson Yards is rising directly above the new number 7 subway station located between 10th and 11th Avenues on 34th Street and opens directly onto Hudson Boulevard Park – one of the only office buildings in New York that opens directly onto green space. 55 Hudson Yards highlights the stunning Soho-influenced architecture of A. Eugene Kohn and Pritzker prize-winning architect Kevin Roche, blending classic symmetry with modern design. The building is designed for superior layout flexibility, with floor plates that provide superior efficiency compared to existing building stock. The building will feature 10’-0” finished ceilings; 9’-0” of vision glass over 1’-0” sills; tower floorplates with no interior columns; and high speed destination dispatch elevators. Designed to achieve a LEED Gold certification, 55 Hudson Yards will offer a state of the art HVAC system for improved indoor air quality and numerous other sustainable features.
The property is located in Hudson Yards, the largest private real estate development in the history of the United States. Hudson Yards will include more than 17 million square feet of commercial and residential space, state-of-the-art office towers, more than 100 retailers, a collection of restaurants, approximately 5,000 residences, a unique space for cultural events, 14 acres of public open space, a 750-seat public school and a 200-room Equinox branded luxury hotel. 55 Hudson Yards is located two blocks from Penn Station, eight blocks from the Port Authority Bus Terminal and adjacent to the No. 7 subway station at 34th Street and Hudson Boulevard. The No. 7 station, which opened in September 2015, was designed to connect 40,000 commuters per hour to Grand Central Terminal and all major NYC Transit lines. 55 Hudson Yards is expected to be ready for tenant construction in 2017.
One Sixty Madison is a 45-story, Class A residential tower situated in Manhattan’s NoMad neighborhood, at the corner of Madison Avenue and 33rd Street. Developed in partnership with J.D. Carlisle Development and DLJ Real Estate Capital Partners, and delivered in September 2015, One Sixty Madison offers 319 rental residences, including a mixture of studios, one and two bedroom homes. The property’s signature octagonal shape and unique 45 degree angle to Madison Avenue provide contemporary interiors with breathtaking city skyline views. Residences are designed with floor-to-ceiling windows, white oak floors, and gracious layouts conducive to a modern city lifestyle. One Sixty Madison has over 20,000 square feet of amenity spaces, including a lounge and two terraces 525 feet above the street, offering expansive views of the city. The amenities also include a 14,000 square foot elevated, landscaped private park; a tenant-only fitness center; valet and concierge services; bicycle storage and a fully attended lobby. For additional information, please visit: www.onesixtymadison.com
525 West 52nd Street is a residential apartment project designed by Handel Architects and currently under development in partnership with Taconic Investment Partners. The project is located on a through-block site extending from 52nd Street to 53rd Street, between 10th and 11th Avenues in a rapidly growing residential section of Manhattan’s Midtown West/Clinton neighborhood. The Project will consist of 392 rental residences in two towers over a single-story base. On the 53rd Street elevation the building will rise to 22 stories and on the 52nd Street elevation the building will rise to 14 stories. The building will also include approximately 30,000 square feet of ground floor retail space and a generous package of tenant amenities, including a library, bocce court, fitness center, roof terrace, sports lounge, golf simulator, screening room, pet grooming and bicycle storage. The project is scheduled for delivery in mid-2017.
527 Madison Avenue is a 26-story, 237,000 square foot, Class A, boutique office building prominently located in Manhattan’s Plaza District, at the corner of 54th Street and Madison Avenue. The building offers exceptional transportation access, including close proximity to the northern entrance of Grand Central Station. Tenants enjoy the building's sleek contemporary lobby designed by Moed de Armas & Shannon, modernized elevators, a landscaped roof terrace available for private events, a program of rotating art exhibitions, onsite valet parking, and proximity to Manhattan’s top retailers and restaurants. Completed in 1986, the building is ideally suited to small to mid-size companies desiring the prestige of full floor identity and exceptional convenience. The building holds a Wired Certified Platinum rating, in recognition of its “best in class” broadband infrastructure and connectivity. For more information, please visit: www.527madisonave.com
650 Indiana Street is a residential apartment project, designed by Pfau Long Architects and Kennerly Architecture, currently under development in partnership with Build, Inc. The project is located in San Francisco’s Dogpatch neighborhood, and includes 116 residential units, plus 1,200 square feet of ground floor retail space. The project features cutting edge design, with two entirely architecturally distinct buildings, a landscaped interior courtyard, and roof decks providing views of the San Francisco skyline and the Bay. The buildings are scheduled for delivery in 4Q 2016 and 1Q 2017. For additional information, please visit: www.buildinc.biz/650-indiana
Mitsui Fudosan America has partnered with Urban Visions to develop a 39-story luxury apartment building at Second Avenue and Pike Street, in the heart of Seattle. The project will contain 340 apartments, 7,000 square feet of ground floor retail space and a 5,000 square foot “sky bar” restaurant on the eighth floor. Designed by internationally acclaimed architect Tom Kundig of Olson Kundig Architects, the tower celebrates the local spirit and international perspective of the Pacific Northwest, and will reinvigorate the Pike/Pine corridor with its upscale, thoughtful design and active street-level uses. Project amenities will include a premium gym, unobstructed water and city views and balconies in most units. The Project is located at the nexus of Seattle’s downtown Central Business District, vibrant retail shopping core and Pike Place Market. This walkable, transit-oriented location will leverage the rich locational amenities and surrounding infrastructure to create a best-in-class lifestyle for its residents. The project is located near some of Seattle’s most memorable landmarks, including the Pike Place Market, Seattle Art Museum, Seattle Aquarium, Westlake Park, and Benaroya Hall. The project is scheduled for completion in 1Q 2018. For additional information, please visit: www.urbanvisions.com/?properties=2nd-pike
1200 17th Street, NW is an eleven-story, 170,000 square foot, Class A office building designed by ZGF Architects and completed in September 2014. Ideally located in the Golden Triangle neighborhood, the building offers excellent access to the Red, Blue, Orange, and Silver metro lines and has been recognized as a "Walker's Paradise" by WalkScore.com. Developed in partnership with Akridge, 1200 Seventeenth features high-performance glass, expansive ceiling heights, no interior columns, a tenant-only fitness center, and one of Washington’s best roof terraces. 1200 Seventeenth has earned a LEED Platinum Certification, the highest level of distinction awarded by the US Green Building Council. The building has earned numerous awards, including the Excellence in Office Development Award from the Urban Land Institute, a Presidential Citation in Sustainable Design from the American Institute of Architects and an Award of Excellence for Best Urban Office Building over 150,000 SF from NAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association. For additional information, please visit: www.1200seventeenth.com
1251 Avenue of the Americas is a 54-story, LEED Silver certified, Class A office property located on the corner of Sixth Avenue and 50th Street, in the heart of Midtown Manhattan. Designed by Harrison, Abramovitz & Harris in a timeless International style, the 2.4 million square foot building is the tallest along the Avenue of the Americas, and features a landscaped public plaza with a two-tiered reflecting pool that is the largest fountain in Manhattan. Tenants enjoy virtually column-free floors, high perimeter window-to-floor ratio, space-saving 4’-8” bay modules, and electrified cellular floor ducts every four feet, allow for smart, flexible tenant interiors. 1251 offers direct connections to the Rockefeller Center complex and subway station, and is located a few blocks from the north entrance to Grand Central Terminal. Numerous subway lines, including the B,D,F,M,R and Q lines connect directly to the building via underground passages. Tenants enjoy a wide array of world-class restaurants, hotels, theaters and entertainment options in the immediate vicinity. Since acquiring the building in 1986, MFA has continually invested in building upgrades and improvements, earning 1251 the reputation as one of New York City’s best managed buildings.
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Mitsui Fudosan America partnered with SKS Investments to develop 270 Brannan Street, a 202,000 square foot, Class A office building in the center of San Francisco’s SOMA district. Designed by Pfau Long Architects, the building embodies the latest environmentally sustainable design and is targeting LEED Platinum certification. The innovative architecture provides modern appeal while blending seamlessly with the surrounding South End Historic District. A landscaped atrium located in the center of the property provides a focal point for tenant spaces and allows natural light to stream throughout the building. The upper floors and roof terrace offer panoramic views of the city skyline and the Bay Bridge. The project’s location at 2nd and Brannan is in the heart of SOMA, San Francisco’s most desirable neighborhood for technology companies. The building is fully leased to Splunk, a big-data software company. 270 Brannan is located near numerous transit options, including Caltrain, Muni, Transbay Terminal and BART, as well as AT&T Park – home of the San Francisco Giants. For additional information, please visit: www.270brannan.com
Eighth & Figueroa is a 1.06 acre development site located in the South Park neighborhood of downtown Los Angeles, at the northeast corner of Eighth and Figueroa Streets. The site is currently used as a surface parking lot.
Owned and managed by Mitsui Fudosan America since 1983, the 455-room Halekulani is considered by guests, the local community and the tourism industry as one of the world's finest hotels. Offering superior levels of service and comfort, the Halekulani was awarded Travel + Leisure's #1 World's Best Hotel Service in 2007, Conde Nast Traveler's #1 Best Resort Spa Service (North America) in 2006 and Hawaii's Leading Hotel by the World Travel Awards in 2006 and 2007. MFA continues to upgrade and reinvest in the property to ensure that the hotel maintains its esteemed reputation. For additional information, please visit: www.halekulani.com
Eighth, Grand & Hope is a 34,891 square foot development site located in the heart of downtown Los Angeles, along the north side of Eighth Street, between Grand and Hope Streets. The site is currently improved with a combination of surface and structured parking. MFA plans to develop this site with a residential apartment tower.
A sister hotel of the world renowned Halekulani, the 298-room Waikiki Parc Hotel blends contemporary sophistication with urban chic and ultra-refined service. With a premiere location just steps from the beach and the city's best shopping, nightlife and dining, the Wakiki Parc offers the ultimate urban experience. In 2006, Mitsui Fudosan America performed comprehensive guest room and public area upgrades at the Waikiki Parc. The property is the home of the Nobu Waikiki, the world's most popular Japanese restuarant, renowned for its innovative Japanese cuisine. For additional information, please visit: www.waikikiparc.com
The Homer Building is a 12-story, 460,000 square foot, class A office building located at 601 Thirteenth Street, NW, in the heart of Washington, DC. Located three blocks from the White House and directly above Metro Center Station, the building offers excellent transportation access and proximity to a wide range of Washington’s best hotels, restaurants and retailers. The building’s historic Beaux Arts façade was carefully preserved when the property was redeveloped and expanded in 1990. Today, the property merges graceful, historic elements with state-of-the-art features and amenities found in premium Class A properties. Tenants enjoy a stately, marble and cherry-paneled entrance lobby; a soaring, 12-story, sky-lit atrium and a landscaped rooftop terrace (both available for private events); a private fitness center; onsite valet parking; professional concierge services; and in-building wireless and WiFi systems. The building has received numerous accolades, including the BOMA International's Office Building of the Year Award, LEED Gold and Energy Star certifications, and a Wired Certified Platinum rating in recognition of its “best in class” broadband infrastructure and connectivity. For additional information, please visit: www.akridge.com/property/37/601ThirteenthStreetNW#description