The 38-story project now being called Spring Midtown will feature 390 luxury apartments, 6,500 SF of retail, and “world class” Whole Foods.
New cranes have joined the party and work on Midtown’s tallest tower since The Atlantic (standing at 46 stories and completed in 2009) has commenced, according to Curbed.
The development now being called “Spring Midtown” (per the developer The Related Group’s website) will stand 38 stories high on the corner of 14th and Spring Streets. The tower will boast 390 luxury apartments and 6,500 square feet of retail at the base, including a “world class” multi-level Whole Foods. The outpost will feature “a pub, microbrewery, cooking school, and a variety of food venues.”
Spring Midtown is projected to be completed in late 2017 to early 2018.
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