The former Gristedes supermarket in NoHo is one step closer to redevelopment. On Tuesday, the Landmarks Preservation Commission approved alterations to 250 Mercer Street.
One of the most recognizable structures in Brooklyn is on its way to a new era. On Tuesday, the Landmarks Preservation Commission approved alterations to the former Williamsburgh Savings Bank tower at 1 Hanson Place, in Fort Greene.
Edison Properties is proposing to redevelop the existing, largely vacant six-story Newark Warehouse Company Building at 98 Edison Place, located on the corner of McCarter Highway in Downtown Newark. The expanded building will rise seven stories and measure 456,059 square feet, Jersey Digs reported. It would contain commercial space for offices and retail and a landscaped rooftop terrace. Parsippany, N.J.-based Langan Engineering & Environmental Services is the architect of record. Pending the required approvals and variances, occupancy is expected in early 2018.
Renderings have been revealed by Hill West Architects for Court Square City View Tower, expected to rise at 23-15 44th Drive, located on the corner of 23rd Street in the heart of Long Island City. The architect’s website states the mixed-use project will rise 66 stories and contain 802 condominium units.
Meadow Partners has acquired, for $54 million, the six-story, 124,000-square-foot commercial building at 57 Willoughby Street, located at the corner of Lawrence Street in Downtown Brooklyn. The new owner plans to renovate the property, which includes rebuilding the 9,450-square-foot ground-floor retail space and modernizing the office space on the floors above, Real Estate Weekly reported. The property also contains 96,000 square feet of air rights, The Real Deal first reported. A $50.2 million acquisition loan was secured for the purchase.