An LLC has filed applications for a three-story, six-unit residential building measuring nearly 6,000 square feet at the vacant lot 338 Devoe Street, in East Williamsburg. Yosef Gottdeinder, of YSG Services, is designing, and the former two-story structure was demolished in 2011.
This once-dilapidated wood frame townhouse at 253 Halsey Street in Bed Stuy has been rebuilt from the ground up, and now sports an unusual corrugated steel facade.
The fate of Crown Heights’ St. Ignatius Catholic Church was sealed when the Bishop of Brooklyn shuttered it two years ago, and now foundation work has begun for the apartment building that will rise in its place, at 267 Rogers Avenue.
The owner of 219-14 40th Avenue, in central Bayside, has filed applications for a two-story, nearly 3,000 square-foot single-family home. Joseph Sultana, of JLS Designs, is the architect of record, and demolition of the existing two-story structure began in December.
The property owner of 146-51 Beech Avenue, in the western half of East Flushing, has filed applications for a two-story, two-unit residential building measuring 1,950 square feet. Yu Lei Pan, of G. Plan Design & Consulting Inc., is the architect of record, and that portion of the lot is currently vacant.
Brause Realty broke ground yesterday on their 35-story residential tower at 44-28 Purves Street in Long Island City, and sent along these renderings of the glassy, rust-accented structure designed by FXFOWLE.
Savo Realty Corp has filed applications for a three-story, two-family building measuring nearly 3,600 square feet at the vacant lot of 23 Herbert Street, in Prince’s Bay. Diffendale & Kubec is the architect of record, and Savo Realty had previously filed applications for similar structures at the adjacent lots 5, 11, and 17 Herbert Street, and 14 Holten Avenue.
Per Curbed, the six-story, 53-unit condominium building at 42 Maspeth Avenue — dubbed Forty2East — in East Williamsburg, is to launch sales this summer. The Bondee Group, the developer, is currently putting the finishing touches on the new building, and Christopher Papa Architects is designing; the interiors are being designed by Durukan Design.
The Court Square Blog recently noticed the Rabsky Group’s 25-story, 284-unit residential building is nearing the completion of its façade installation at 44-41 Purves Street, in Long Island City. The structure is expected to wrap construction later this year and should be ready for occupancy by 2016.
The landmarked Pavilion Theater at 188 Prospect Park West in South Slope will be converted to condos and renovated to include space for a new movie theater.
Developer Argo Real Estate is moving forward with plans to convert the tony 16-story rental building at 360 Central Park West into luxury condos, and YIMBY has a rendering and a few details on their plans. CetraRuddy Architects will craft the interiors for the revamped 146-unit building, which will sport a mix of one to four-bedrooms.
No little building in Williamsburg is safe from redevelopment. Yesterday’s filings brought a new building application for 310 Graham Avenue, where a seven-story apartment building is in the works.
The property owner, doing business as 123 Park LLC, of 127 27th Avenue, in western Gravesend, has filed applications for a four-story, five-unit residential building measuring 4,520 square feet. Steven Schneider, of Schneider Associates, is designing, and the dilapidated two-story structure recently passed pre-demolition inspection.
The property owner of 18-23 25th Road, in western Astoria, has filed applications for a two-story, two-family residential building measuring 2,050 square feet. Malliaros Stravos is designing, and an existing two-story abode receded from the street must first be removed.
An LLC has filed applications for a five-story, five-unit residential building measuring 6,150 square feet at 2168 83rd Street, in southern Borough Park. Kenneth Thomas is designing, and an existing 2.5-story wood-framed structure must first be demolished.
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.
Last fall, The Claremont Group received funding to convert the 25-story office building at 99-101 Wall Street, in the Financial District, into residential. Curbed spotted the launch of the building’s teaser site, and the site confirms plans for 52 luxury condominium units, of which are being designed by Piet Boon. Sales are expected to launch this spring.
Brownstoner noticed concrete is up two stories at 168-180 Franklin Avenue, in northwestern Bedford-Stuyvesant, where Adam America and the Horizon Group are constructing a five-story, 118-unit luxury residential building, which was revealed by YIMBY last summer. Issac & Stern Architects is designing, and completion is expected in the spring of 2016.
The changes occurring in Downtown Brooklyn are among the largest in any neighborhood in New York City, and the latest photos by Tectonic show the first two CityPoint towers topping out, and the Avalon Willoughby Square reaching for its final floors. With both projects nearing completion, the focus of construction in the neighborhood will soon shift to the southeast for an even more impressive round two.
Two weeks ago, YIMBY revealed this design for an expansion at 555 Grand Street in Williamsburg, and now we have the rendering for another addition down the block, at 629 Grand Street between Leonard Street and Manhattan Avenue. Plans were filed last year to expand the four-story, mixed-use building to five stories and add four apartments to its existing three units.