Weehawken Waterfront Development [CNBC]: Renderings of Landsea Group’s Weehawken waterfront development have surfaced; “200 condominium units are planned,” and the developer has apparently already acquired the site.
350 East Houston Street [EV Grieve]: The gas station located at 350 East Houston Street, in the East Village, has shuttered, and demolition is now beginning. Hakimian Property is planning a nine-story and 45-unit mixed-use building for the site.
616 Bushwick Avenue [Brownstoner]: Cayuga Capital is currently constructing a seven-story and 99-unit residential building — with steel now at the fifth floor — at 616 Bushwick Avenue, in Bushwick; the “development is slated to be completed in late 2015,” and Hustvedt Cutler is designing.
Rockaway Reconstruction [DNAinfo New York]: YIMBY has been covering even the smallest single-family homes under reconstruction in the wake of Sandy, along New York’s barrier islands, and so far “68 buildings have been completed,” with 411 others currently underway, mainly on the Rockaways. Work on one hundred additional homes is also about to begin.
26 West Street [Brownstoner]: Rabsky Development has filed applications for a six-story and 72-unit residential building — the entirety spanning 62,248 square feet — at 26 West Street, on the Greenpoint Waterfront. A single-story commercial structure will have to be demolished, and Karl Fischer is designing.
200 East 94th Street [Curbed]: Related Companies is to convert the 30-story rental building — located at 200 East 94th Street, on the Upper East Side — into 339 condo units. A completion date has not yet been disclosed.
45-46 42nd Street [Sunnyside Post]: A new five-story and 430-seat public school has opened at 45-46 42nd Street, in Sunnyside; construction has been ongoing since January 2013. The school spans 75,000 square feet “and features a clock tower, a play area on the roof, and 20 classrooms.”
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