93-53 Special Height and Setback Regulations in the 34
(a) 34th Street
For zoning lots with frontage on 34th Street, the street wall of a building shall be located on and extend along the entire West 34th Street street line, except that to allow for corner articulation, the street wall may be located anywhere within an area bounded by intersecting street lines and lines 15 feet from and parallel to such street lines. Such street walls shall rise without setback to a minimum base height of 120 feet and a maximum base height of 150 feet. For corner lots, these provisions shall also apply along any intersecting street line for a minimum distance of 50 feet and a maximum distance of 100 feet from its intersection with West 34th Street. Above a height of 150 feet, the setback provisions of paragraph (b) of Section 93-42 shall apply.
(b) Tenth Avenue
For zoning lots with frontage on Tenth Avenue, the provisions of paragraph (a) of Section 93-541 shall apply.
(c) Midblocks between Eighth Avenue and Ninth Avenue
For zoning lots with frontage on West 33rd Street or West 35th Street beyond 100 feet of Eighth Avenue and Ninth Avenue, the street wall of any building shall be located on and extend along the entire West 33rd Street or West 35th Street frontage of the zoning lot not occupied by existing buildings to remain. Such street wall shall rise without setback to a minimum base height of 80 feet and a maximum base height of 90 feet. However, if the height of an adjacent street wall fronting on the same street line is higher than 90 feet before setback, the street wall of the new or enlarged building may rise without setback to the height of such adjacent street wall, up to a maximum height of 120 feet. Above a height of 90 feet or the height of the adjacent street wall if higher than 90 feet, the setback provisions of paragraph (b) of Section 93-42 shall apply. The street wall of any building may rise to a height less than 80 feet, except where such building is located on a zoning lot with multiple buildings, one or more of which is developed, enlarged or altered after February 2, 2011, to a height exceeding 80 feet.