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237 East 34th Street will host 107 residences upon expected completion in 2017. 237 East 34th Street will host 107 residences upon expected completion in 2017.
A new 107-unit rental tower at 237 East 34th Street in Murray Hill has finally shed its construction netting revealing a handsome glass facade animated by lines of balconies and a diagonal setback. The 23-story building stands near the northwest corner of East 34th Street and First Avenue near the United Nations and the east side's "Hospital Row." When finished early next year, the building will span 84,256 square feet of residential space, along with 6,282 square feet of retail along its ground floor.
The developers are Alex Forkosh's Forkosh Development Group who acquired the property in 2012 for $15.5 million. The site previously hosted a lecture hall used by Yeshiva University. The project's sleek exterior was crafted by rising firm C3D Architecture who have a half-dozen buildings underway throughout Manhattan.
C3D's design features a glassy exterior and staggered balconies on top.
As seen by the recent construction photos, the building was topped off earlier this year and much of the tower’s glass exterior has already been installed. The exterior is clean and glassy, with a staggered set balconies near its top lending the building some interesting asymmetry. The building's east-facing elevations provides a row of deeply inset balconies. Inside, apartments average six per floor from levels 3-15 and three to four units per floor along the others. Amenities will include a rooftop terrace and recreation room, a fitness center, laundry room and bicycle storage.
Construction photos show that the tower has shed its wraps and is nearing completion.

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