Extell’s One Manhattan Square is Now ‘Fully Enclosed’
It seemed like the job would never finish, but One Manhattan Square is finally completely glassed up. Fully enclosed from top to bottom, it’s a feat almost six years in the making. Dating back to Extell’s purchase of the Pathmark plot in February 2013 for $175 million, and destruction of the supermarket the following year.
The building itself has been topped out since September 2017, and it took the interim year to complete the facade paneling.
Official word of this milestone came through last week in an announcement on the branded Instagram account for the development.
As previously mentioned, the 850-foot One Manhattan Square is advertised as a “vertical village” that includes over-the-top amenities such as an infrared sauna, 75-foot swimming pool, basketball courts, billiard room, two-lane bowling alley, squash court, and golf simulator.