YIMBY Today: Rybak Reveals Sheepshead Bay Seven-Story Mixed-Use Project at 1801 Emmons Avenue, More

1801 Emmons Avenue1801 Emmons Avenue, rendering via Rybak Development

1809 Emmons Avenue [Sheepshead Bites]: Rybak Development has unveiled plans for a seven-story, “50 to 60-[condo]-unit” building spanning the site of 1801-1809 Emmons Avenue, on Sheepshead Bay’s southern waterfront. The ground floor will include “approximately six retail units,” accommodated by a “9,000 square-foot public plaza.” An existing single-story building must first be demolished.

300 Lafayette Street, rendering by COOKFOX

300 Lafayette Street, rendering by COOKFOX

300 Lafayette Street [Commercial Observer]: Related and LargaVista Companies have received “a $40 million mortgage” for their planned seven-story, 83,000 square-foot office and retail building for 300 Lafayette Street, in SoHo. COOKFOX is designing, and a gas station must first be removed.

Gateway Elton Street II, rendering by MGH Architects

Gateway Elton Street II, rendering by MGH Architects

Gateway Elton Street II [Brownstoner]: NYC HPD is wrapping up construction on three six-story affordable housing buildings at Gateway Elton Street II — located at 516 and 524 Vandalia Avenue, in East New York — totaling 175 rental units and 25,000 square feet of retail. Hudson Companies is to “begin construction in July 2015” on Gateway Elton Street III.

408 West 114th Street [Crain’s New York]: Mount Sinai has chosen an undisclosed buyer for “the collection of six-story buildings along Morningside Drive between West 113th and 114th Streets, in Morningside Heights. The owners “had hoped [to] net about $130 million,” and two of the four buildings could be razed for redevelopment.

33 East 74th Street, rendering by Neoscape

33 East 74th Street, rendering by Neoscape

33 East 74th Street [Wall Street Journal]: Daniel Straus’ eight-story, 10-unit development project — dubbed 33East74, and technically an assemblage of multiple townhouse and brownstones vertically enlarged — is “expected to be completed in the summer of 2015,” with the top condo unit to be listed for $39 million. Located at 33 East 74th Street, in the Upper East Side, the top unit will also include a 2,440 square-foot terrace.

1 Beekman Street, massing by Pei Cobb Freed & Partners

1 Beekman Street, massing rendering by Pei Cobb Freed & Partners

1 Beekman Street [The Real Deal]: Urban Muse has purchased the development site at 1 Beekman Street — also known as 33-34 Park Row, in the Financial District — for $52 million. Currently on-site are “two low-rise building totaling roughly 25,000 square feet,” and with an inclusionary housing, bonus 87,300 square feet of ground-up building potential exists.

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