YIMBY Today: Slate Property Releases Renderings for 66 Ainslie Street in East Williamsburg, More

66 Ainslie Street66 Ainslie Street, rendering by Aufgang Architects

NOTE: DOB Digest will resume once filings begin again, as activity at the DOB has slowed to a crawl following the rush of submissions pre-building code change.

66 Ainslie Street [Curbed]: Slate Property Group has revealed renderings of their planned seven-story, 50-unit mixed-use residential and retail building totaling 42,567 square feet at 66-70 Ainslie Street, in East Williamsburg. Retail space will measure 4,335 square feet, and Aufgang Architects is designing.

1149 Bedford Avenue [Brownstoner]: NSDNY is constructing a six-story, 10-unit residential building that will measure nearly 11,900 square feet at 1149 Bedford Avenue, in western Bedford-Stuyvesant. The site’s single-story predecessor was partially demolished and is now integrated within the new structure; Olanji B Awosika is designing.

45 Park Place

45 Park Place, image by SOMA

45 Park Place [Commercial Observer]: Sharif el-Gamal’s Soho Properties “has received demolition permits” for the five- and four-story structures spanning 45-51 Park Place, in Tribeca. Planned to rise in their place is a 39-story, 48-unit residential tower designed by both SOMA and Ismael Leyva Architects, and “demolition is slated to begin shortly.”

89 Grand Street

89 Grand Street, image by Brownstoner

89 Grand Street [Brownstoner]: Schematics have been posted on-site at 89 Grand Street, in Williamsburg, depicting the planned five-story, three-unit mixed-use building to measure nearly 13,000 square feet. Commercial and community space are allotted for the first floor, and Morris Adjmi is designing.

City Center Towers

Plan for One Journal Square, image from Humphreys & Partners

1 Journal Square [The Jersey Journal]: Kushner Companies, partnered with KABR Group, has acquired the vacant, two-acre development parcel — located at 1 Journal Square, in Jersey City — for $27 million. The site’s old buildings were demolished in 2009.

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