30 6th Avenue [Pacific Park Brooklyn]: SHoP’s 30 6th Avenue, part of Pacific Park, has received an updated look; the 23-story and 300-unit building will be entirely affordable. The building will feature “retail behind full-height glass storefronts,” and groundbreaking is set for June of 2015.
39-35 27th Street [Queens Courier]: Dutch Kills Partners LLC has placed the stalled and partially constructed nine-story, 79-key hotel — at 39-35 27th Street, in Long Island City — on the market in hope “to sell to the highest bidder.” The planned 29,730 square-foot structure “is one-third complete.”
69 East 125th Street [Wall Street Journal]: Greystone & Co. purchased the lots spanning 69-75 East 125th Street, in Harlem, “earlier this month [for] $11.5 million.” The developer plans to build a mixed-use building with 75 units, “with retail on the ground floor,” and multiple low-rise structures must first be demolished.
44-41 Purves Street [The Court Square Blog]: Façade is rapidly climbing up Rabsky Group’s 25-story, 284-unit residential
building spanning 44-35 – 44-51 Purves Street, in Long Island City. “Crews on scene” expect the building to be “topped out either before the end of this year, or in January 2015,” likely opening in late 2015.
309 Lenox Road [CPEX Real Estate]: A 2.5-story structure at 309 Lenox Road, in East Flatbush, is being marketed as a development site for $1.7 million. The 6,000 square-foot property contains 20,640 square feet of building potential, and condos or rentals could be constructed.
33 Bond Street [The Real Deal]: TF Cornerstone “has secure a $250 million mortgage” for their planned 25-story, 714-unit mixed-use building to rise at 33 Bond Street, in Downtown Brooklyn. A four-story parking garage must first be demolished, and retail space will total 30,000 square feet.
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