In 2013, it was reported that WeWork was in talks for 500,000 square feet at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. YIMBY has now obtained plans for a new mixed-use structure on the site, which would host both a WeWork/WeLive, with the design coming from S9/Perkins Eastman.Read More
In March, YIMBY revealed the first designs for the redevelopment of Mary Immaculate Hospital in downtown Jamaica, and now we’ve got some better renderings of the huge residential project at 150-13 89th Avenue.
Yet another East Harlem residential project that stalled during the recession has come back from the dead, this time at 2006 Lexington Avenue, on the corner of East 122nd Street.
Yesterday, YIMBY posted an on-site rendering sent in by a tipster for Adam America’s new 21-story condominium project coming to 319 Schermerhorn Street in Downtown Brooklyn. Reps from Adam America sent along a higher-res version, which shows the building up-close, and also confirmed that Issac & Stern is the architect. The masonry cladding will be interspersed with large PTAC-free windows, and inside, the building will have 74 units.
Commercial Observer reports RedSky Capital and JZ Capital Partners are planning to develop a 40-story mixed-use tower at the roughly 122,200 square-foot property at 18 India Street, on Greenpoint’s waterfront. The site boasts 652,000 square…
Crain’s Business reports the 16-story commercial building spanning 123-141 West 57th Street, in Midtown — home to the 197-room Salisbury Hotel and Calvary Baptist Church — could potentially be the location of Extell Development’s next ultra-luxury…
Downtown Jamaica is finally recovering, and small projects like this six-story mixed-use building planned at 172-18 Jamaica Avenue signal the return of new development.
Two houses in Eastern Queens, at 61-42 172nd Street in Utopia and 150-21 28th Avenue in Linden Hill, will be replaced by two-story apartment buildings.
The property owner, Alexei Petrikov, of the vacant lot at 4220 Beach 42nd Street, in Sea Gate, has filed applications for a three-story, two-unit residential building measuring 3,720 square feet. Sergey Mozer, of SM Architect PLLC, is designing the project.
According to The Real Deal, St. Michael’s Church is seeking a new developer for the vacant site at 816 Amsterdam Avenue, on the Upper West Side. A feud between the church and previous developers ended with the ruling that the old developers were not entitled to the property. Now Avison Young is expected to market the property as a development site; previous plans included a 14-story project.
Property owner, Rui Wen Gao has filed applications for two three-story buildings at 55-46 – 55-48 84th Street in southern Elmhurst, together comprising of six residential units across a net 5,920 square feet. John C. Chen is designing the project, and an existing two-story abode must first be removed.
Harlem + Bespoke noticed progress on the renovation taking place at 801-807 St. Nicholas Avenue, on 150th Street in Sugar Hill. NYC Housing Preservation and Development is creating 42 affordable residential units within the six-story, 52,850 square-foot building, and OCV Architects is designing. The restoration appears almost complete, and opening is likely in the coming months.
The last year has been somewhat tumultuous for 319 Schermerhorn Street, which was originally set to be developed a mysterious “SC Nevins LLC.” In April, it was announced that Adam America and the Naveh Shuster Group purchased the site, likely for over $30 million, and with the new ownership comes a new design, which YIMBY can now reveal thanks to a watchful tipster.
In December, YIMBY revealed plans and possible renderings for a 51-story tower at 281 Fifth Avenue, and now permits have been filed for the high-rise condo development at the corner of 30th Street.
Arturo Muroz, the property owner of the vacant lot at 129 Taaffe Place, in northwestern Bedford-Stuyvesant, has filed applications for a four-story, eight-unit residential building measuring nearly 8,000 square feet. Moshe M. Friedman is the architect of record, and the site’s former two-story building was demolished in 2003.
Real Estate Weekly watched crews install the first few panels of the glassy curtain wall going in at Manhattan West‘s 450 West 33rd Street, the 16-story, 1.8-million square-foot behemoth located near Penn Station, which Brookfield Properties is renovating top-to-bottom. The transformation is costing $200 million, and this past November, the Wall Street Journal reported that JP Morgan Chase signed a 123,000 square-foot lease for one of the floors. REX Associates is designing, and completion is expected in 2016.
Building attractive affordable housing on a limited budget is an issue developers and designers throughout the city wrestle with on a daily basis. So YIMBY talked to a few architects behind innovative affordable and supportive projects about what works—materials, layouts, green features—and how proposed zoning changes might shape new buildings.
Yossi Toledano has filed applications for a three-story, three-unit residential building measuring 3,315 square feet at the vacant lot 841 East 220th Street, in Williamsbridge. Bricolage Design is designing the project, which is located in the northern reaches of East Bronx.
Henry Weiss, doing business under BH Skill LLC, has filed applications for a four-story, eight-unit residential building measuring 7,025 square feet at the vacant lot of 110 Skillman Street, in northwestern Bedford-Stuyvesant. Genaro Urueta is designing the project.