Stacy Sweetness Enterprises, the property owner, has filed applications at the vacant lot 4045 Edson Avenue, in Edenwald, for a three-story, two-unit residential building measuring 2,210 square feet. Errol Mcintosh is the architect of record.Read More
Zar Property NY is planning to expand the five-story, 45,000 square-foot building at 38 Greene Street, in SoHo, by two stories and 12,000 square feet. Per The Real Deal, the new space will accommodate a commercial-condo penthouse, featuring 4,000 square feet of private outdoors space.
Farm Development, led by Moshik Regev, has filed applications for a trio of three-story, three-unit residential buildings spanning the lots of 196-24 – 196-28 91st Avenue, in Hollis, east of Jamaica.
Curbed spotted the façade being installed at Realty Within Reach’s eight-story, 147-unit residential building under construction at 505 St. Marks Avenue, in western Crown Heights. Completion is expected this spring, but summer will likely be more realistic, and Issac & Stern is designing.
Commercial Observer reports that owner Bahram Benaresh plans to convert the currently vacant six-story building at 175 Franklin Street, in Tribeca, into luxury residential units with ground-floor retail space. Industrial and Commercial Bank of China has refinanced a $10.3 million loan for the property, and a construction time has not been disclosed.
LYXZ Property Inc. has filed applications for a three-story, six-unit residential building measuring nearly 5,600 square feet at 12-08 30th Drive, in western Astoria. John C. Chen is designing, and an existing single-story garage structure recently passed pre-demolition inspection.
Back in February of 2014, YIMBY reported on permits for the two residential towers rising next to the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, on Amsterdam Avenue and 113th Street (with an official address of 1047 Amsterdam Avenue). An on-site rendering offered a glimpse at the design, and zoning diagrams showed the overall configuration, but YIMBY can now reveal the full project, designed by Handel Architects.
Last year, Curbed dug up a construction rendering that showed the future of 533 Leonard Street in Greenpoint, a 19th century school building being converted to condos. Now we have a better idea of what the redevelopment will look like, courtesy of developer Largo Investments.
Yesterday YIMBY brought you a rendering for an East Harlem residential project on East 112th Street, and today we’ve got an update on the rental building underway at 2338 2nd Avenue, at East 120th Street.
Curbed noticed that demolition is under way to remove the old four-story building at 117 Livingston Street, in Downtown Brooklyn, where Quinlan Development Group is planning a 21-story, 110-unit mixed-use building. Brought to you by YIMBY last…
BNF Realty has filed applications for a six-story, 37,620 square-foot automobile manufacturing facility spanning 607-611 West 47th Street, on the Far West Side, past Eleventh Avenue. Bohler Engineering NY is the architect of record, and an existing two-story auto-repair shop must first be demolished.
The famed Rizzoli Bookstore at 31 West 57th Street has bitten the dust, to be replaced by a “seven-star” hotel developed by the LeFrak Organization and Vornado Realty. The 109-year-old shop between Fifth and Sixth Avenues shuttered a year ago, despite the efforts of preservationists who tried to get Landmarks protection for the interior.
Property owner Naftali Steinmetz has filed new applications for a four-story, four-unit residential building, previously filed in 2013, for the currently vacant lot at 1260 43rd Street, in Borough Park. The building will measure 5,505 square feet, and Asher Hershkowitz is designing. The site’s three-story predecessor had been demolished in early 2014.
Property owner Raj Ramasaran has filed applications for a five-story, five-unit residential building measuring 4,125 square feet at the vacant lot of 483 Waverly Avenue, in southern Clinton Hill. Charles Schmitt is designing the project.
The expansion and conversion of the 16-story building at 10 Madison Square West, in the Flatiron District, is well under way. The building will eventually stand 23 stories and contain 125 condominiums, as well as commercial retail space. YIMBY covered the project in 2013, and now, A Fine Blog predicts nearly all 125 units are likely in contract. Completion is likely expected by 2016, and Alan Wanzenberg is designing.
Hawthorne Brothers LLC has filed applications for two four-story, eight-unit residential buildings each measuring nearly 5,800 square feet at 192-194 Hawthorne Street, in Prospect Lefferts Gardens. BTE Design Services is designing, and an existing 2.5-story wood-framed structure was approved for demolition in March.
Grand Residences LLC has filed new applications for a planned seven-story, 133-unit residential building measuring nearly 90,300 square feet at 125 Borinquen Place, in central Williamsburg, that had originally been filed in 2013. A small retail component of a few hundred square feet is also included, and DJLU Architects is designing. The existing single-story structure was approved for demolition in 2013.
The 16-story, 183-room Hilton Garden Inn — located at 29-21 Queens Plaza North, in Long Island City — has opened for business, reports Brownstoner. Construction has been ongoing since 2013, and the building is Long Island City’s 25th hotel.
Per The Real Deal, Raphael Toledano has acquired the six-story, 39-unit rental building at 125 West 16th Street, in southeastern Chelsea, for $41.5 million. The new owner plans to add two stories and 20 units to the top of the building, and the existing structure will also be renovated. Madison Realty Capital provided $34 million for the purchase and construction costs.
YIMBY first reported that ODA would be designing a tower at 75 Nassau Street last fall, which was followed by news of a height reduction this past March, via the project’s first permits. And now, we have the full reveal for the tower, which is being developed by Lexin Capital.