60 East 149th Street [Curbed]: The South Bronx Overall Economic Development Corporation has released an updated development study spanning the waterfront parcels from East 149th Street down to 3rd Avenue, in Mott Haven. Plans include 4,000 residential units “spread across 2.8 million square feet.” The majority of lots are vacant or occupied by single-story structures.
44-80 11th Street [The Court Square Blog]: An eight-story, 105-rental-unit residential building has topped out at 44-80 11th Street, in Long Island City. Façade installation is imminent, and completion is set for Fall 2015.
29-27 41st Avenue [The Real Deal]: Property Markets Group has acquired the 14-story commercial building at 29-27 41st Avenue, in Long Island City, for $31.1 million. The developer recently purchased the adjacent vacant lot at 29-37 41st Avenue, and the building’s “commercial tenants received a notice to vacate within 180 days due to impending demolition.”
81 East 125th Street [Harlem+Bespoke]: Red-brick and copper-metal façade is making its way up the seven-story, 31,000 square-foot reconstructed Corn Exchange Building at 81 East 125th Street, in East Harlem. The building will have offices and retail, and completion is likely in 2015.
610 1st Avenue [DNAinfo New York]: Property owner UDR has “plans to build a 4,000 square-foot retail building on the northwest corner of Joseph Slifka Park,” at 610 1st Avenue, in Murray Hill. Plans were filed with the City Commission, and are awaiting approval.
22-22 Jackson Avenue [Queens Courier]: Construction is up to the third floor of the planned 11-story, 182-unit residential and retail building at 22-22 Jackson Avenue, in Long Island City. ODA has designed an “exposed concrete façade,” and completion is scheduled for “the summer of 2015.”
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