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Plans for the condominium tower planned for 303 East 51st Street by Kennelly Development Company LLC have changed slightly.

Garrett Gourlay, the project's architect, told CityRealty.Com today that the slender tower will be clad in a "silvery" glass and that it will be distinguished by many balconies, the fronts of which will be angled slightly differently to create not a fractured effect but one that adds a vertical dynamic to the facades.

Initial plans called for a 40-story building highlighted by pilasters and they have been revised and the tower will now be 43 stories plus a roof level for tenant amenities and no pilasters.

Marketing for the 117-unit building is expected to begin shortly when new renderings are available, Mr. Gourlay said.

His other recent projects include the recently completed residential condominium project known as Vesta 24 at 231 Tenth Avenue at 24th Street and 611 Avenue of the Americas, which is known also as 100 West 18th Street.

Kennelly Development's other residential projects include Block Hall at 21-23 South William Street in the Financial District, a recent conversion of a Tudor Revival-style former club building, and the Sycamore at 250 East 30th Street, a recently completed new condo apartment building.

The attractive, new building, which will have no setbacks except at the roof level, will join several other new towers in the neighborhood such as 310 East 53rd Street and the Veneto at 250 East 53rd Street.

Jim Kennelly is the principal of Kennelly Development.
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Architecture Critic Carter Horsley Since 1997, Carter B. Horsley has been the editorial director of CityRealty. He began his journalistic career at The New York Times in 1961 where he spent 26 years as a reporter specializing in real estate & architectural news. In 1987, he became the architecture critic and real estate editor of The New York Post.