79 Greenwich Street [New York Post]: The six-story building spanning 69-79 Greenwich Street — alternatively 32-42 Trinity Place, in the Financial District — and the lots of Nos. 67 and 81 Greenwich have hit the market as a development site. The assemblage boasts “roughly 300,000 square feet” of mixed-use building potential, and FXFOWLE has provided a rendering depicting current potential.
533 Myrtle Avenue [Brownstoner]: AB Architekten has released renderings of Greystone’s planned five-story, 27-unit mixed-use building to span 529-533 Myrtle Avenue, in Clinton Hill. A White Castle must first be demolished, and “construction is expected to start in January with targeted completion “in early 2016.”
56 Fulton Street [Globe St]: The Parkland Group and Socius Development Group have landed “$61.75 million in financing” to begin construction of their GHWA-designed 23-story, 120-unit mixed-use building at 54-60 Futon Street, in the Financial District. Retail space will total 6,800 square feet, and completion is expected in 2016; an existing nine-story parking garage must first be demolished.
252 Atlantic Avenue [Brownstoner]: Foundation work is nearly complete at 252-260 Atlantic Avenue, in Boerum Hill, where a two-story, 32,480 square-foot commercial building is to rise. Dubbed Atlantic Galleria, the building is to be ready for occupancy by late 2015.
20 West Houston Street [DNAinfo New York]: Davis Brody Bond, teamed up with KieranTimberlake, is to design NYU‘s first building — to span 20-40 West Houston Street, in Greenwich Village — as part of the university’s approved expansion plans. The building will include hundreds of dormitory units, classrooms, and a gym and performing arts space; the existing Coles Center must first be demolished.
204 Forsyth Street [Bowery Boogie]: Interior renderings have surfaced of Charles Saulson’s planned seven-story, 11-unit residential building of 19,860 square feet to rise at 204 Forsyth Street, in the Bowery. Dubbed 204Forsyth, excavation is underway, and completion closer to 2016 seems plausible.
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