184 Bedford Avenue [Crain’s New York]: RedSky Capital has purchased the development sites spanning 184-186 and 204-206 Bedford Avenue, in Williamsburg, “for about $40 million.” The sites “will likely be [redeveloped] as multi-floor retail” structures, and a four-story townhouse and single-story structure at Nos. 184-186 must first be demolished.
68-74 Trinity Place [Commercial Observer]: Trinity Church filed demolition permits earlier this month to remove the existing six- and 25-story buildings currently located at 68-74 Trinity Place, in the Financial District. Planned to rise is a Pelli Clarke Pelli-designed 44-story, 111-unit mixed-use tower measuring nearly 251,000 square feet; completion is set for 2017.
Lighthouse Landing [New York Post]: Developers Diversified Realty Advisors and SunCal have “completed the purchase” of the roughly 70-acre vacant Sleepy Hollow site — immediately north of the Tappan Zee Bridge, in Westchester County — for “just over $50 million.” The first phase of development, dubbed Lighthouse Landing, will include 1,177 units and 170,000 square feet of mixed-use commercial space.
1119 Broadway [Brownstoner]: A developer has posted schematics on the site of their planned 11,263 square-foot mixed-use building — to rise six stories, and to contain 10 residential units — at 1119 Broadway, in Bushwick. Shahriar Afshari is the architect of record, and a single-story structure must first be demolished.
137 Avenue C [EV Grieve]: The gut-renovation and vertical extension of the existing four-story building at 137 Avenue C, in the East Village, is underway. The final product will stand five stories, and will be comprised of four residential units and 858 square feet of retail space; Issac & Stern is the architect of record.
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