YIMBY Today: B+B Capital’s Cantilevering Condo Building Revealed for 251 West 14th Street in Chelsea, More

251 West 14th Street251 West 14th Street, rendering by ODA Architecture

251 West 14th Street [Daily News]: B+B Capital has revealed their 11-story, 11-unit cantilevering condo building planned for 251 West 14th Street, in Chelsea. Designed by ODA, the building “is set to launch sales this fall,” and an existing four-story walk-up must first be demolished.

St. Ann's Warehouse

St. Ann’s Warehouse, rendering by Marvel Architects

St. Ann’s Warehouse [Wall Street Journal]: Construction is expected to wrap up this fall on the entertainment theater, dubbed St. Ann’s Warehouse, being built from the preserved shell of an old two-story structure at the corner of Water and Dock Street, in Dumbo.

Jerome L. Greene Science Center

Jerome L. Greene Science Center at 3229 Broadway, rendering via Winick Realty Group

3229 Broadway [Commercial Observer]: Set to wrap up later this year, the nine-story, 450,000 square-foot Jerome L. Greene Science Center “will offer a collective 22,115 square feet” of retail space, which Winick Realty Group has been selected to market. The building, at 3229 Broadway, is Phase 1 of the Columbia Manhattanville expansion.

301 West 53rd Street

301 West 53rd Street, rendering via HFZ Capital

301 West 53rd Street [Daily News]: HFZ Capital is currently converting the 25-story building — located at 301 West 53rd Street, in the eastern reaches of Hell’s Kitchen — into a 252-condo-unit residential building geared towards “affordable luxury.” Dubbed Fifty Third and Eight, “sales are set to launch later this week.”

318 West 115th Street

318 West 115th Street, image by Harlem+Bespoke

318 West 115th Street [Harlem+Bespoke]: Schematics have been posted on-site of an approved five-story, six-unit vertical expansion of the existing dilapidated four-story townhouse spanning 318-320 West 115th Street, in Harlem. CTA Architects is designing the eventual roughly 13,500 square-foot structure, and completion is planned for September 2015.

90-02 168th Street

Previous plan for 90-02 168th Street, rendering by George Arzt Communications

90-02 168th Street [Queens Courier]: Blumenfeld Development Group and GJDC are now planning to “construct a 265,000 square-foot retail center [and] affordable housing residential building” at the vacant lots of 90-01 and 90-02 168th Street, in Jamaica. The developers plan “to get approval by 2016” for the $85 million project.

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