Zelig Weiss and Riverside Developers are already building the William Vale Hotel at 55 Wythe Avenue, and now they’ve filed new building applications for a 70-key hotel at 65 Eckford Street in Greenpoint.
Northern Greenpoint is developing faster than any neighborhood in Brooklyn, and the latest property to sprout a new building is 77 Clay Street between Manhattan Avenue and McGuiness Boulevard, where permits were filed last fall.
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…
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.
The owner of 1030 Lorimer Street, in southern Greenpoint, has filed applications for a four-story, three-unit residential building measuring nearly 5,000 square feet. Steven Schneider, of Schneider Associates, is designing, and an existing three-story, townhouse must first be demolished.
A low-slung brick building at 555 Graham Avenue in Greenpoint is about to get a very unusual and glassy update, along with two extra floors of apartments.
YIMBY found this schematic on the fence at 44 Kent Street near the waterfront in Greenpoint, where construction recently began on a six-story building. It will rise 70 feet into the air on an empty, block-long lot on West Street between Kent and Greenpoint Avenue, a few hundred feet from the East River.
The Rabksy Group is planning a six-story apartment building at 26 West Street, in Greenpoint. The ubiquitous architect Karl Fischer filed plans for the project in September, and now YIMBY has the site’s first rendering.
YIMBY has the first look at a boxy six-story condo development in the works for a big vacant lot at 160 West Street, near the waterfront in Greenpoint. Permits filed in September promise 13 apartments spread across 16,198 square feet of residential space, but the developer, Saddle Rock Equities, claims the project will have 14 units split between 20,000 square feet.
Residential development in Greenpoint is heating up so quickly that even less desirable spots—like a former chemical plant on a highway-like stretch of McGuiness Boulevard—can command big bucks and sprout apartment buildings. Earlier today, an…