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Rendering of 360 Tenth Avenue (McCourt Partners) Rendering of 360 Tenth Avenue (McCourt Partners)
As of this writing, the development site at 360 Tenth Avenue is home to Reserve Padel, an outdoor padel club (not to be confused with pickleball) with three courts, elevated viewing areas, a grab-and-go cafe, and a fully stocked shop. But earlier this summer, site owner McCourt Global released new renderings and details of their plans for a supertall office building to rise on the full blockfront site.

According to the developer’s website, a one-million-square-foot Class A office tower with state-of-the-art environmental and health infrastructure is planned. The building incrementally tapers as it rises to a height of approximately 1,000'. Floor plates on the upper floors would be relatively shallow for an office building, ideal for high-end boutique tenants. Pre-leasing is expected to begin this year, and construction is expected to commence in 2024.
360_Tenth_Avenue_Stuart Dean The site of 360 Tenth Avenue in 2006 before the Stuart Dean Co. building demolition
Reserve Padel Club new york Currently, the site between West 30th and 31st streets is a temporary outdoor paddle club.
Plans for the site date back to 2005, when Hudson Yards was still a twinkle in developers’ eyes, and developer Gary Barnett purchased it for $23 million. Over the next few years, Mr. Barnett’s firm, Extell Development, purchased more parcels and announced grand plans for a 61-story, 600,000-square-foot tower to be designed by Steven Holl and feature offices, a hotel, 155 condos, and an elevated pedestrian bridge connecting the new building to the High Line.
360 Tenth Avenue Unbuilt design for 360 Tenth Avenue by Extell Development Company and Steven Holl Architects as seen from the Hudson River prior to the construction of Hudson Yards
360-Tenth-Avenue-04 Steven Holl's unbuilt design for 360 Tenth for Extell Development
However, in the wake of the Great Recession, Extell defaulted on a $29 million loan in 2009, which led to Barclays seizing the parcel in 2011. Two years later, the lender sold the site to a partnership between Sherwood Equities and Long Wharf Real Estate Partners for $43.5 million. In 2013, Boston-based McCourt Global made its first New York acquisition by buying the site for $167 million, more than three times what the previous owners paid and more than seven times what Mr. Barnett paid for it.
Sherwood Equities 360 Tenth Avenue NYC skyscraper Sherwood Equities' unbuilt vision for the site
360 Tenth Avenue An array of tower designs have been drawn up for the site (SHoP Architects for McCourt Global)
Much of the site's open views to the north and west have been obstructed by the towers of Hudson Yards
360 Tenth Views The new tower will still enjoy unimpeded views to the south towards lower Manhattan
New York’s lackluster office market may have some scratching their heads about the plan for the site, but there is no question that its neighborhood has experienced a boom in the years following McCourt Global’s purchase. The 7 train extension, which was instrumental in the Hudson Yards development, has greatly improved access to the Far West Side.
Earlier this summer, the High Line-Moynihan Connector opened to connect the elevated park to public space surrounding Moynihan Train Hall. Hudson Yards recently welcomed new seasonal restaurant Verano, and cultural center The Shed is gearing up for the first performances of Here We Are, the last musical written by Stephen Sondheim. Moreover, between the condos of Hudson Yards and the architecturally adventurous buildings surrounding the High Line, the surrounding area is home to some of the city’s most luxurious real estate.

Haddon Hall, #6J (Compass)

Five One Five, #7N (Douglas Elliman Real Estate)

Soori High Line, #9C (Compass)

Fifteen Hudson Yards, #66E (Corcoran Group)
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