YIMBY Today: NYU Given Green Light for Expansion, Extell May Acquire 123 West 57th Street, More

Greenwich Village NYU Expansion Plan, model via New York UniversityGreenwich Village NYU Expansion Plan, model via New York University

NYU Greenwich Village Expansion [Crain’s New York]: The New York State Supreme Court has given New York University the green light to construct their planned 1.9 million square-foot project in Greenwich Village; multiple buildings are to be constructed on existing green space within the campus’ mega-blocks.

123 West 57th Street [Wall Street Journal]: Extell Development has set sights on a 191,000 square-foot hotel and church building — located at 123 West 57th Street, in Midtown — with the intent to “potentially redevelop the church’s property.” Documents specify “FXFOWLE Architects and Extell’s architectural team are working together to present a design concept.” Extell also owns 134 West 58th Street, which directly backs No 123. on 57th Street.

34 Meadowlands Parkway [The Jersey Journal]: The Meadowlands Commission has disapproved Hartz Mountain’s plans “to build a four-story, 65-unit apartment building” at the vacant lot of 34 Meadowlands Parkway, in Secaucus. The developer was seeking a variance to build above the overly restricting 35-foot height limit, and will now need to resubmit scaled-down plans.

625 Fulton Street [The Real Deal]: Forest City Ratner has completed demolition of an old six-story office building, and is “asking $185 million, or will find a development partner” for their development site at 625 Fulton Street, in Fort Greene. The lot has 600,000 square feet of air rights, and a residential tower is likely.

27-07 43rd Avenue

Old rendering for 27-07 43rd Avenue, which has apparently switched to hotel

27-07 43rd Avenue [The Court Square Blog]: Foundation work has kicked-off at 27-07 43rd Avenue — in Long Island City — amid a recent change of plans calling for a hotel project of nine stories and 108 rooms. Prakash Patel is developing, and Michael Kang is listed as the new architect.

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