YIMBY Today: Progress at 20 West 40th Street, Rendering for 20 East End Avenue, More

20 West 40th Street20 West 40th Street, old rendering of the site, image by HFZ Capital

20 West 40th Street [Curbed]: Massing diagrams have been posted on-site at 12-20 West 40th Street — in Midtown — where Ziel Feldman has filed plans for a 32-story mixed-use building (split between 274 hotel rooms and 61 residences); excavation is currently underway.

20 East End Avenue [New York Times]: Renderings have been released of the planned 17-story and 43-unit residential building set to go up at 20 East End Avenue, on the Upper East Side; excavation is currently underway, and the Robert A.M. Stern-designed building is “scheduled for completion the summer of 2016.”

Astoria Cove [Crain’s New York]: Alma Realty received approval from the City Planning Commission on Monday for their planned five-building and 1,723-unit mixed-use development located on 26th Avenue — dubbed Astoria Cove —  near Hallets Point, in Astoria; 20% of the units will be promised as affordable.

36 West 47th Street [The Real Deal]: Massey Knakal Realty is marketing the 16-story and nearly 98,000 square-foot office and retail building — spanning 36-42 West 47th Street, in Midtown — as a redevelopment site; “the property has a number of leases set to expire,” and “allows for more than 96,000 square feet of development.”

81 Fleet Place [Brownstoner]: The façade has almost reached the top of the 15-story and 205-unit rental building at 81 Fleet Place, in Downtown Brooklyn; completion is expected “in the first quarter of next year,” and Dattner served as the architect.

460 Brielle Avenue [Crain’s New York]: The city is reviewing a redevelopment proposal that would revitalize the former Staten Island Seaview Hospital — located on a 100-acre campus at 460 Brielle Avenue — into a Health & Wellness Center. The plans include renovating existing landmarked buildings and constructing new healthcare facilities.

200 East 11th Street [EV Grieve]: A 12-story and 55-unit mixed-use building — located at 200 East 11th Street, in the East Village — has completed “a top-to-bottom renovation” and now wears an entirely new façade; Benchmark Real Estate Group acquired the building last year for $57 million.

21 Powers Street [The Real Deal]: Slate Property has acquired two single-story warehouse structures at 21 Powers Street — in Williamsburg — for $21 million; the developer plans to construct a five-story and 10-unit residential building.

81 East 125th Street [Harlem+Bespoke]: Scaffolding has been erected around the recently topped out seven-story Corn Exchange Building — at 81 East 125th Street, in East Harlem — ahead of the installation of a fresh brick façade.

313 Vanderbilt Avenue [Brownstoner]: Massey Knakal is marketing a three-parcel development site — spanning 313-317 Vanderbilt Avenue, in Clinton Hill — for $6 million; 10,532 square feet of development potential exists, and an existing two-story structure would likely be demolished.

781 Metropolitan Avenue [Gothamist]: The single-story fast-food restaurant at 781 Metropolitan Avenue — in Williamsburg — has shuttered to make way for impending demolition. The site sold for $6.72 million last year, and “condos appear destined for the space.”

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