YIMBY Today: Two Developments Receive Funding, Est4te Four Expands in Red Hook, More

175 Greenwich Street, image via Silverstein Properties175 Greenwich Street, image via Silverstein Properties

175 Greenwich Street [Crain’s New York]: New York’s Liberty Development Corp. has “approved the sale of as much as $1.8 billion in bonds” for Silverstein’s 80-story Three World Trade Center, located at 175 Greenwich Street, in the Financial District; GroupM will serve as the tower’s anchor tenant.

45 East 22nd Street [Wall Street Journal]: Ian Bruce Eichner — developer of the planned 64-story and 83-unit luxury residential tower at 41-45 East 22nd Street, in the Flatiron District — has “secured $420 million in financing.” Excavation is currently underway with an eye for completion in 2016.

Current-day 64-82 Ferris Street, image via Est4te Four

Present-day 64-82 Ferris Street, image via Est4te Four

68 Ferris Street [Brownstoner]: Est4te Four has acquired “a huge three-building complex on the waterfront” spanning 64-82 Ferris Street, in Red Hook; the developer plans to convert the existing warehouses into commercial space, in addition to new commercial, office, or hotel construction.

906 Prospect Place [Commercial Observer]: Developer Jeffrey Gershon has acquired the vacant 24,349 square-foot parcel at 906 Prospect Place, in Crown Heights, for $3.5 million; plans and scope of development have not yet been disclosed.

41-54 22nd Street [The Court Square Blog]: The six-story and 270,000 square-foot Uovo Art Storage building is currently wrapping up façade installation at 41-54 22nd Street, in Long Island City; completion is scheduled for Spring of 2015.

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