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YIMBY Today: AB Capstone Reveals 17-Story Mixed-Use Project at 54-27 Myrtle in Ridgewood, More

54-27 Myrtle Avenue54-27 Myrtle Avenue, rendering via AB Capstone

54-27 Myrtle Avenue [Brownstoner]: Developer AB Capstone has revealed renderings of a 17-story, 200,000 square-foot mixed-use building at their development site 54-27 Myrtle Avenue and 3-36 – 3-50 St. Nicholas Avenue, in southern Ridgewood. No new building permits have been filed with the DOB.

185 Bowery [Bowery Boogie]: CitizenM is set to break ground at 185-191 Bowery, in the Bowery, where plans have been approved for a 19-story, 300-key hotel building and nearly 3,400 square-foot public plaza. The development site has been sitting vacant since its predecessors were been demolished in 2012.

1175 Boston Road

1175 Boston Road, rendering by Gorlin Architects

1175 Boston Road [DNAinfo]: Topped off last Fall, Boston Road Residence —  a 12-story, 154-unit affordable residential building at 1175-1191 Boston Road, in Morrisania — is expected “to open by this summer” to move-ins. Developer Common Group is slated to complete construction of the 90,000 square-foot structure this Spring.

2100 Bedford Avenue [Brownstoner]: Activity has kicked-off at 2100-2110 Bedford Avenue, in Prospect Lefferts Gardens, to demolish three existing 2.5-story wood-framed structures. In their place, Metropolitan Homes is developing an eight-story, 78-unit residential building, filed in December, and Karl Fischer is designing.

538 West 147th Street

538 West 147th Street, rendering via Cushman & Wakefield

538 West 147th Street [Harlem+Bespoke]: Cushman & Wakefield is marketing the vacant, nearly 5,000 square-foot lot at 538 West 147th Street, in Hamilton Heights, for $6 million. The parcel boasts 23,600 square feet of building potential, and conceptual renderings depict an eight-story residential structure.

137-67 Queens Boulevard [Brownstoner]: The single-story, nearly 9,000 square-foot commercial structure at 137-67 Queens Boulevard, in Briarwood, has recently been acquired for roughly $5.56 million. The site boasts nearly 20,900 square feet of residential and commercial building potential.

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