560 Winthrop Street [DNAinfo New York]: Developer CAMBA has broken ground on their nine-story, 293-unit residential building — dubbed CAMBA Gardens Phase II — located at 560 Winthrop Street, in East Flatbush. Completion is expected “in the fall of 2016,” and Dattner Architects is designing.
5-02 54th Avenue [The Real Deal]: Landlord James Juliano has placed the property at 5-02 54th Avenue — in Long Island City, currently the home of a single-story warehouse — on the market for “north of $50 million,” which also includes the smaller site at No. 52-37. The larger site boasts “120,000 square feet of development rights,” and the smaller site 52,000 square feet.
265 State Street [New York Times]: Dubbed The Boerum, the Carlyle Group is developing a 20-story, 128-unit mixed-use building located at 265 State Street — alternatively 140 Schermerhorn Street, in Downtown Brooklyn — and Flank has released full updated renderings. A “six-story hotel will anchor the tower,” and completion is expected in 2016.
WTC Transit Center [New York Post]: Westfield Corp. “has signed leases with 14 gourmet food stores” to set up shop in the WTC Transit Center, totaling “around 24,000 square feet.” Of the 350,000 square feet Westfield has to manage, Eataly is also to lease 41,000 square feet in 4 World Trade Center.
Building 77 [Crain’s New York]: Building 77, a one-million square-foot manufacturing facility located on 8th Avenue and Paulding Street, in the Brooklyn Navy Yard, has received $140 million in investments from the City for its renovation. Shiel Medical Laboratory is to take 240,000 square feet of the structure, and completion is expected “by mid- to late 2016.”
64 East 1st Street [EV Grieve]: Demolition is complete at 64 East 1st Street, in the East Village, where Ekstein Development has plans for a six-story, six-unit residential building of 13,500 square feet. Excavation is likely imminent, though a completion date has not been announced.
710 3rd Avenue [Commercial Observer]: “An Israeli buyer” has acquired the five-story tenement at 710 3rd Avenue, in Midtown East, for $17.5 million. According to Massey Knakal Realty, “a 25-story, 96-room hotel” has been approved for the site.
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