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Bjarke Ingels's High Line Project Will Have Offices, Not a Hotel

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There are some changes afoot at Bjarke Ingels Group's geometric High Line-adjacent development on West 17th Street. Developer HFZ has filed new plans for the four-story base of the two-towered building, which spans 242,750 square feet. (The entire project comes in at 800,000 square feet.) The original proposal was to build out retail space along the 50,000-square-foot ground floor, with a 150,000-square-foot hotel on the next three floors. But according to The Real Deal, the hotel has been replaced and now the base will hold retail and office space.

Curbed NY has the full story. >>