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490 Myrtle Avenue [Brownstoner]: Silverstone Property Group is developing a block-long, seven-story mixed-use building at 490 Myrtle Avenue in Clinton Hill. Steel has risen to the fifth floor of the 232-unit building, and construction is expected to wrap up next summer.

180 Orchard Street [Bowery Boogie]: The 24-story, 158,000 square-foot Hotel Indigo LES at 180 Orchard Street in the Lower East Side has topped out, and higher resolution renderings are finally surfacing. Stephen B. Jacobs Group is designing, and their website reveals a one-story structure flush with the street wall, and keeping in context with neighbors, it will have a brick façade. From there, the building climbs with multiple setbacks, eventually topping-out on the 24th floor.

177 Front Street [The Real Deal]: Megalith Capital Management has sold a portfolio including 173-177 Front Street and Dumbo’s 200 Water Street to The Carlyle Group for the same amount previously paid for the site. Megalith “had planned to construct a 105-unit rental building,” which would rise 12 stories, and similar plans are expected to proceed.

20 Old Fulton Street [Curbed]: Permits have been filed at 20 Old Fulton Street in Dumbo, that would replace the parking lot with a one-story, “5,776-square-foot structure with retail and a restaurant.” The parcel would seem deserving of a more grandiose development, but Snohetta is the architect of record, so the final product will likely be attractive.

6 Water Street [Curbed]: The five-story building at 6 Water Street in the Financial District is currently being demolished to make way for a 29-story, 249-room hotel. Sam Chang sold off the site to Magna Hospitality Group back in March; Gene Kaufman still appears to be the architect.

321 East 3rd Street [EV Grieve Blog]: The green plywood fence has reportedly gone up at 321 East 3rd Street in East Village, signaling work is imminent. Permits have been approved for a six-story, 60-unit residential building for the long-vacant lot.

60 Water Street [Brownstoner]: Glass is now being placed on the first few floors of Two Trees’ 17-story residential building at 60 Water Street in Dumbo. The 290-unit building has been “designed by Ismael Levya Architects and LEESER Architecture.”

1133 Manhattan Avenue [Brownstoner]: At the corner of Manhattan Avenue and Clay Street in Greenpoint, a 210-unit, all-affordable-housing building has topped out. 1133 Manhattan Avenue now stands seven stories tall, and cladding should soon commence on the block-long structure.

Atlantic Yards: B2 Tower [Atlantic Yards Report Blog]: Painfully slow construction looks to be proceeding at Forest City’s B2 Tower, of the Atlantic Yards mega-development.

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