1010 Park Avenue [Curbed NY]: New redevelopment plans for the building once known as the South Reformed Dutch Church, on Park Avenue and East 85th Street, have been revealed. The old cantilever is out, a new, more traditional design is in. Extell presented the Beyer Blinder Belle design to the Landmarks Preservation Commission yesterday, which will render a decision on the project at a later date.
93-01 Sutphin Boulevard [DNAinfo New York]: BRP Companies have released renderings of their 25- and 14-story mixed-use development project at 93-01 Sutphin Boulevard, in Downtown Jamaica. Dubbed The Crossing, the complex will contain 580 residential units and 100,000 square feet of retail space.
538 Union Avenue [Curbed]: A six-story and 13-unit residential building under construction at 538 Union Avenue, in Williamsburg, has received a teaser site and renderings, with sales to launch this fall. Tryad Group is developing, and completion is set for end of 2014.
785 Dekalb Avenue [Brownstoner]: SSJ Development has nearly topped-off at their six-story and 70-unit residential building at 785 Dekalb Avenue, in Bedford-Stuyvesant; construction is likely to wrap in 2015, and Julien Flander is designing.
130 North 6th Street [Commercial Observer]: Thor Equities has acquired Williamsburg’s 124-134 North 6th Street for $17.8 million. Some lots are vacant, while others have existing single-story structures. Plans call for a two-story retail development spanning 10,000 square feet, and “groundbreaking is expected in the second quarter of 2015.”
461 West 126th Street [New York Daily News]: Dubbed Uptown House, an 80,000 square-foot and 40-room hotel is being redeveloped at 461 West 126th Street, in Manhattanville; Janus Properties is leading the $35-$40 million project, and completion is expected in 2016.