YIMBY Today: Wythe Lane Townhouses Revealed, Hotel at 80 Columbus Drive in Jersey City, More

Wythe Lane TownhousesWythe Lane Townhouses, rendering from Wythe Lane Townhouses via Curbed

59 South 4th Street [Curbed]: Construction is imminent, if not already begun, at KUB Capital’s six-townhouse development at 51-59 South 4th Street, in Williamsburg. Dubbed Wythe Lane Townhouses, completion is likely by the ed of 2015.

626 Flatbush Avenue [Brownstoner]: Façade installation is imminent at the 23-story and 254- residential and retail building currently under construction at 626 Flatbush Avenue, in Prospect Lefferts Gardens; completion is expected in early 2016.

783 Knickerbocker Avenue, rendering by Charles Mallea

783 Knickerbocker Avenue, rendering by Charles Mallea

783 Knickerbocker Avenue [Wyckoff Heights]: Renderings have been released for the residential conversion of an existing two-story building located at 783 Knickerbocker Avenue, in Bushwick. 38 units are planned to be delivered by next spring, and Charles Mallea is designing.

179 Suffolk Street, image by EV Grieve

179 Suffolk Street, image from EV Grieve

179 Suffolk Street [EV Grieve]: A new 10-story and 14-unit residential building at 179 Suffolk Street, on the Lower East Side, is currently at the eighth floor; the project has been in the works for four years, and signage indicates completion is expected later this year.

80 Columbus Drive, rendering via Ironstate

80 Columbus Drive, rendering from Ironstate

80 Columbus Drive [The Jersey Journal]: The Jersey City Council has given “approval of a 20-year tax exemption” for a 14-story and 152-room Marriott Hotel set to rise at 80 Columbus Drive, in Jersey City. The building is a part of the two-towered residential project on the same block, and opening is set for June 2016.

175-225 3rd Street [The Real Deal]: SL Green Realty has joined developer Kushner Companies and LIVWRK to acquire a “140,000 square-foot development site” at 175-225 3rd Street, in Gowanus. The developers have already entered contract, and “a commercial mixed-use project of up to 300,000 square feet” is possible.

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