YIMBY Today: 215 Moore Street Closes for $28.25 Million, More

60 Boerum Place60 Boerum Place, image by Brownstoner

215 Moore Street: A tipster sends word that 215 Moore Street in Williamsburg has closed for $28.25 million. Last month the Commercial Observer reported the site went into contract for near its $29.5 million ask, and the buyer is Toby Moscovits of Heritage Equity Partners. The assemblage currently hosts industrial buildings but zoning would allow for a 170,000 square-foot commercial development.

60 Boerum Place [Brownstoner]: A&H Acquisitions’ 11-story, 75-unit mixed-use building with 46,428 square feet of commercial space — located at 60 Boerum Place, in Boerum Hill — is on the rise. Steel is up to the fourth floor, and completion is anticipated for Fall 2015.

172 Montague Street, rendering by Daniel Goldner

172 Montague Street, rendering by Daniel Goldner

172 Montague Street [Brooklyn Daily Eagle]: Grey-black brick is being installed on Bonjour Capital’s topped-out 19-story, 62-unit mixed-use building spanning 172-174 Montague Street, in Brooklyn Heights. Commercial space will total 13,673 square feet, and completion is expected “in mid-2015.”

4 East 34th Street [The Real Deal]: Caerus Group has purchased the six-story, 29,162 square-foot building at 4 East 34th Street — in Midtown South — and “additional development rights for between $70 and $80 million.” The site now boasts “about 100,000 square feet of development rights,” and the developer “plans to build a residential condominium.”

76 North 6th Street, concept rendering via Massey Knakal

76 North 6th Street, concept rendering via Massey Knakal

76 North 6th Street [Massey Knakal]: The vacant 2,500 square-foot lot — located at 76 North 6th Street, in Williamsburg — is on the market, listed for $10 million. Permits detailing a five-story (including mezzanine) building are in file, and the site’s three-story predecessor was demolished in 2012.

9 DeKalb Avenue [Crain’s New York]: JPMorgan Chase is putting the landmarked 100,000 square-foot bank building at 9 DeKalb Avenue, in Downtown Brooklyn, on the market, including the building’s “285,000 square feet of development rights.” The property “could fetch well over $100 million,” while the building could be converted to retail or community use.

3205 Broadway (highlighted), model by Columbia University

3205 Broadway (highlighted), model by Columbia University

3205 Broadway [Harlem + Bespoke]: The single-story structure spanning the wedged-shaped lot at 3205-3219 Broadway — in Manhattanville — has been removed from the site to make way for Columbia University’s three-story, 42,771 square-foot academic conference center. The building’s design details have not been revealed, but excavation appears imminent.

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