112 Atlantic Avenue [DNAinfo New York]: A proposed four-story and eight-unit residential building totaling 33,000 square feet at 112 Atlantic Avenue, in Cobble Hill, has received renderings amid the public review process; scheduled for the LPC this week, Avery Hall Investments and OTL Enterprises are developing, while BKSK is designing. An existing gas station must first be demolished.
2731 West 12th Street [Crain’s New York]: A 17-acre vacant parcel at 2731 West 12th Street — technically in Gravesend, below the Belt Parkway and rail yards — is being marketed through a lease by Massey Knakal as a development site; “1.5 million square feet” of potential exists, and the site “could accommodate a variety of commercial or retail uses.”
126 South 2nd Street [Curbed]: Melamed Architecture has released renderings of a planned six-story and three-unit residential building spanning the vacant lots of 124-126 South 2nd Street, in Williamsburg; one triplex, and two duplex apartment units are to be contained within the project, with “construction expected to begin in 2015.”
25 Great Jones Street [The Real Deal]: Developer Richport Group has released renderings along with condo listings for an 11-story and six-unit residential building currently being revived at 25 Great Jones Street, in NoHo. Originally slated to become a hotel, the top three floors of the partially-built original structure are to be demolished, and the new “façade will be glass and alloyed steel,” designed by BKSK.
505 St. Marks Avenue [Brownstoner]: An eight-story and 147-unit residential building — totaling 99,821 square feet — has recently topped out at 505 St. Marks Avenue, in Crown Heights. Realty Within Reach is developing, while Issac+Stern is designing, with completion likely in 2015.
540 West 49th Street [Curbed]: Construction is wrapping up at Fortis Property Group’s — partnered with Wonder Works Construction — block-through six-story and 110-unit residential development at 540 West 49th Street, in Hell’s Kitchen; dubbed 540West, 80% of units have already been sold, with move-ins are expected in January 2015.
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