76 East Houston Street [Bowery Boogie]: Goldman Properties has plans to construct a two-story, nearly 1,500 square-foot retail building at the vacant lot of 76 East Houston Street, in NoHo. Additional rooftop space will amount to 803 square feet, and completion is set for Spring 2015.
265 State Street [Brownstoner]: Foundation work has commenced at 265 State Street — also known as The Boerum, and located in Downtown Brooklyn — where the Carlyle Group is constructing a 20-story, 128-unit mixed-use building being designed by Flank. Completion is set for 2016.
115 Delancey Street [Crain’s New York]: L&M Development, BFC Partners, and Taconic Investment Partners — the developers behind the multi-tower, 1.9 million square-foot Essex Crossing redevelopment, in the Lower East Side — have picked up their first tenant. Regal Entertainment Group is expected to “take 65,000 square feet in the base of 115 Delancey Street.” Construction of 115 Delancey is to begin in the Spring, and should complete “by late 2017 or 2018.”
1225 Broadway [Commercial Observer]: VOA Architecture has released additional renderings of The Lam Group’s planned 38-story, 460-key Virgin Hotel — measuring 440,000 square feet — set to rise at 1205-1227 Broadway, in NoMad. The first five floors will comprise of “80,000 square feet of retail,” and demolition of the site’s existing structures is underway.
31-23 Newtown Avenue [We Heart Astoria]: Construction will soon begin on a seven-story, 20-unit mixed-use building of 13,768 square feet at 31-23 Newtown Avenue, in Astoria. Diagrams have been posted on-site — where demolition of existing structures recently wrapped-up — and the building is to be “finished by Fall 2016.”
41-54 22nd Street [The Court Square Blog]: Façade is nearly complete at the 270,000 square-foot storage facility building located at 41-54 22nd Street, in Long Island City. On-site signage indicates a Spring 2015 completion date, although “Uovo is planning on delivering the building sometime later this year.”
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