CTBUH Silver Member

Extell Development

About

Member Since: 2015

Member Offices: New York City

Website: http://www.extelldev.com/

Founded and headed by Gary Barnett, Extell Development Company is a nationally acclaimed real estate developer of residential, commercial, retail, hospitatlity and mixed-use properties operating primarily in Manhattan and other Premier cities across the nation. Since its founding in 1989, Extell has experienced outstanding growth, with a portfolio that currently exceeds 20 million square feet.

Setting new standards in the real estate industry, Extell has earned a stellar reputation for dedication to the development of superior quality properties distinguished by sophisticated design, gracious floor plans and first class amenities.

Fields of Expertise

Developer; Owner (Buildings, Land); Property Management

Membership details

Membership Level

Silver

Member Since

2015

Member Offices

  • New York City

Buildings

Rank
Name
Status

Completed

Architecturally Topped Out

Structurally Topped Out

Under Construction

On Hold

Proposed

Vision

Never Completed

Demolished

Competition Entry

Canceled

Proposed Renovation

Under Renovation

Renovated

Under Demolition

Height

1

Central Park Tower

472.4 m / 1,550 ft

2

One57

306.1 m / 1,004 ft

3

One Manhattan Square

258.2 m / 847 ft

4

Brooklyn Point

220.3 m / 723 ft

5

555Ten

186.5 m / 612 ft

6

The Orion

184.1 m / 604 ft

7

W Times Square

177.9 m / 583 ft

8

Hyatt Times Square

167.6 m / 550 ft

9

Tower 46

152.7 m / 501 ft

10

Avenue Brickell Tower

150.9 m / 495 ft

Building Completions Timeline

 

Videos

20 October 2016

Singularly Slender: Sky Living in New York, Hong Kong, and Elsewhere

Thursday October 20, 2016. Hong Kong, China. Carol Willis of The Skyscraper Museum in New York City presents at the 2016 China Conference Plenary 7:...

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Research

12 January 2021

Tall Buildings in 2020: COVID-19 Contributes To Dip in Year-On-Year Completions

The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat has released its annual report, CTBUH Year in Review: Tall Trends of 2020, part of the Tall...

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Global News

18 September 2019

Two Supertalls Top Out in New York City

The Grand Central Terminal-adjacent supertall One Vanderbilt officially topped out this week, reaching its full 1,401-foot (427-meter) height. Designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox, the tower...

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Associated companies

Rank
Name
City
Height

1

Central Park Tower

New York City

472 m

1,550 ft

2

One57

New York City

306 m

1,004 ft

3

One Manhattan Square

New York City

258 m

847 ft

4

50 West 66th Street

New York City

236 m

775 ft

5

360 10th Avenue

New York City

236 m

774 ft

6

123 West 57th Street

New York City

232 m

761 ft

7

Brooklyn Point

New York City

220 m

723 ft

8

555Ten

New York City

187 m

612 ft

9

The Orion

New York City

184 m

604 ft

10

W Times Square

New York City

178 m

583 ft

11

Hyatt Times Square

New York City

168 m

550 ft

12

Tower 46

New York City

153 m

501 ft

13

Avenue Brickell Tower

Miami

151 m

495 ft

14

Riverside Center Building 1

New York City

146 m

478 ft

15

Riverside Center Building 3

New York City

139 m

456 ft

16

Hard Rock Hotel Times Square

New York City

135 m

442 ft

17

The Rushmore

New York City

130 m

425 ft

18

Ariel East

New York City

121 m

396 ft

19

The Aldyn

New York City

120 m

395 ft

20

The Kent

New York City

120 m

392 ft

21

One Riverside Park

New York City

114 m

375 ft

22

The Avery

New York City

105 m

344 ft

23

Ariel West

New York City

104 m

340 ft

24

70 Charlton Street North

New York City

76 m

250 ft

24

70 Charlton Street South

New York City

76 m

250 ft

26

1710 Broadway

New York City

- m

- ft

Statistics

150 m+ Buildings

300 m+ Buildings

Average Building Age*

9 Years

Most Common Function*

Residential (75%), 15 Buildings

Most Common Material*

Concrete (90%), 18 Buildings

* Based on 150 m+ buildings currently in the database.

Total: 20 Buildings for which a function has been assigned.
 
Total: 20 Buildings for which a material has been assigned.
 

*Based on 20 Completed & Under Construction Buildings

Building Completions Timeline

 

Construction Time Chart

NOTE: Construction start time is not available for all buildings. The average construction time is only displayed if there is three or more buildings with construction start and complete data in that year.

 

20 October 2016 | New York City

Singularly Slender: Sky Living in New York, Hong Kong, and Elsewhere

Thursday October 20, 2016. Hong Kong, China. Carol Willis of The Skyscraper Museum in New York City presents at the 2016 China Conference Plenary 7:...

19 October 2016 | Guangzhou

From San Diego to Guangzhou: The Story of Marketing Tall Buildings

One of the keys to attracting buyers and tenants for a contemporary tall building is a succinct marketing strategy and a robust understanding of how...

26 October 2015 | New York City

Developing Tall in the New York Context

Gary Barnett, Extell Development Corporation; Ric Clark, Brookfield Properties; Joseph Moinian, Moinian Group; and Larry Silverstein, Silverstein Properties, discuss development in New York City and...

12 January 2021

Tall Buildings in 2020: COVID-19 Contributes To Dip in Year-On-Year Completions

CTBUH Research

The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat has released its annual report, CTBUH Year in Review: Tall Trends of 2020, part of the Tall...

12 January 2021

The Global Tall Building Picture: Impact of 2020

CTBUH Research

The tall buildings completed in 2020 have pushed the global average height of the 100 tallest buildings to 399 meters. Across the year, 14 buildings...

25 June 2020

Curtain Wall Façades on the New Generation of Supertall Buildings Present and Future Directions

Sae Hwang Oh, Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture

Beginning in the late 19th century, construction of skyscrapers spread throughout Chicago, New York City, and then the world as demand of space in buildings...

12 December 2019

Year in Review: Tall Trends of 2019

CTBUH Research

The year 2019 was remarkable for the tall building industry, with 26 supertall buildings (300 meters or taller) completed, the most in any year. This...

29 July 2019

Eliminate the “Void Loophole”?

Elizabeth Goldstein, The Municipal Art Society of New York; Bart A. Sullivan, McNamara Salvia

Because regulations in New York City specify the total number floors a building can have, based on its location and lot size, but do not...

17 October 2016

Toward the Future City: An Ethical Design Philosophy for Urban Habitats

Jared Gilbert, COOKFOX Architects

Ever taller skyscrapers, increased density, and global interconnectivity are creating new pressures and complexities in both the urban environment and the public space. Contemporary attitudes...

17 October 2016

Singularly Slender: Sky Living in New York, Hong Kong, and Elsewhere

Carol Willis, The Skyscraper Museum

This paper highlights a new 21st-century skyscraper typology – the very tall and slender residential tower – and analyzes the economic, engineering, and urbanistic forces...

26 October 2015

Debating Tall: Luxury Superslims: Bane or Boon?

Michael Stern, JDS Development Group; Mary Rowe, Municipal Art Society of New York

The recent prevalence of extra-thin and tall “superslim” towers in New York, which mostly contain luxury apartments, has been controversial. We felt it was time...

26 October 2015

The Logic of Luxury 2.0

Carol Willis, The Skyscraper Museum

This paper recaps the “what and why” of the super-slender type and gives an abbreviated illustration of the mechanics of the “logic of luxury.” The...

22 October 2015

New York: The Ultimate Skyscraper Laboratory

CTBUH Research

A timeline of skyscraper completions in New York uncannily resembles the boom and bust cycles of the United States in the 20th and early 21st...

18 September 2019

Two Supertalls Top Out in New York City

The Grand Central Terminal-adjacent supertall One Vanderbilt officially topped out this week, reaching its full 1,401-foot (427-meter) height. Designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox, the tower...

29 March 2019

New York City May Close Zoning Loophole for Tall Buildings

Following a growing public uproar over developers exploiting loopholes to build tall buildings, the Department of City Planning on Friday March 28th proposed a zoning...

21 January 2019

“Tower Fifth” Could Become New York City’s Second-Tallest

For decades, the New York City skyline was dominated by one building, the 1,250-foot-tall (381-meter) Empire State Building. But 17 “supertall” skyscrapers — defined as...

02 April 2018

New York City’s 1710 Broadway Site Up for Sale

Gary Barnett’s Extell Development Company is selling off a parcel on West 54th Street, that is zoned for residential condominiums, Yoron Cohen of Colliers International,...

19 March 2018

Demolition Begins for 50 West 66th Street in New York City

Demolition has begun on the final building left at 50 West 66th Street, where Extell will soon be adding yet another punctuation mark to the...

CTBUH Initiatives Involving Extell Development Company

CTBUH 2015 New York Conference Silver Sponsor

26–30 October 2015

After a post-recession hiatus in tall building construction in many countries lasting several years, numerous cities are again resurgent.

Second CTBUH Damping Research Meeting

26 October 2015

Nearly 30 industry professionals and academic experts were in attendance at the second meeting for the CTBUH research project on damping.