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Lendlease, Extell Top Out UWS Resi Tower  

Lendlease’s New York Construction group has topped out 50 West 66th Street, a residential tower in the Upper West Side. Developed by Extell Development and slated for completion in 2026, the high-rise will offer 127 luxury condominiums and 50,000 square feet of amenities.  

Acting as the construction manager, Lendlease facilitated pre-construction services and is overseeing the project situated between Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts and Central Park. Designed by Snøhetta, the tower’s amenities include a swimming pool, fitness center, and outdoor terrace.  

“With its distinct character and highly visible location, 50 West 66th Street will prove to be a landmark for this city, and it has been rewarding to leverage our expertise in urban infill development to bring this project to life,” said Steven Sommer, executive general manager and president of East Coast Construction, Lendlease Americas. 

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Steven Sommer

About Emily Fu

Emily Fu is Content Director of Connect Commercial Real Estate, where she covers the east coast markets, including New York, Boston & New England, and DC & Mid-Atlantic markets. She produces daily news stories as well as longer-form content, ranging from Q&As to thought-leadership pieces. She also writes feature stories for Connect Money. With previous stints at Reuters, Seeking Alpha, and Commercial Observer, Emily has covered the finance side of the commercial real estate industry, technology, media, telecom (TMT), and fashion. She attended the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism and currently resides in Manhattan.

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