120 Union Avenue [Brownstoner]: Filed last September, renderings have been revealed for Aufgang Architects’ six-story, 96-unit building measuring roughly 86,000 square feet at 120-150 Union Avenue, in Broadway Triangle. Adam America, Slate Property Group and Naveh Shuster are developing, and completion is “expected in January 2016.”
108-20 Rockaway Beach Boulevard [DNAinfo New York]: In Good Company Hospitality Group and JBS Project Management have planned a four-story, “30 to 50 room” Rockaway Beach Hotel at 108-20 Rockaway Beach Boulevard, in Seaside. “They hope to open the hotel by 2017,” and existing two- and three-story structures must first be demolished.
217 West 18th Street [DNAinfo New York]: USPS — the current owner the two-story, 41,600 square-foot structure at 217 West 18th Street, in southern Chelsea — “plans to sell the right to develop” atop the current building by “up to 83 feet.” An eight-story residential expansion is one option, or the air rights could be transferred to redevelop another site.
242 Bedford Avenue [Brownstoner]: Steel has topped-out on the two-story structure at 242 Bedford Avenue, in Williamsburg, where a Whole Foods is planned to open. Aurora Capital Associates and Midtown Equities are developing, and completion can be expected this year.
80 South Street [Real Estate Weekly]: Howard Hughes Corporation has acquired the 8,128 square-foot site at 80 South Street, in the Financial District — currently occupied by a five-story brick building — for $100 million. The site received “approval [for] a 300,000 square-foot hotel and residential tower” previously designed by Morali Architects.
152 West 128th Street [Harlem+Bespoke]: A dilapidated four-story townhouse has received on-site renderings of the planned two-story vertical expansion and renovation at 152 West 128th Street, in Harlem. Once completed, the six-story, 5,660 square-foot structure will total seven residential units.
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