YIMBY Today: 12-Story Residential Project Proposed at Leroy & Greenwich in the West Village, More

111 Leroy Street111 Leroy Street, rendering via Curbed

111 Leroy Street [Curbed]: Property Markets Group has proposed “plans to build a 12-story, [30-unit] condo building,” and an affordable five-story, 13-unit residential building at 111 Leroy Street, in the southern West Village. Andrew Kotchen is designing, and a small existing single-story structure must first be demolished.

84-11 37th Avenue [DNAinfo]: The owner of the single-story building located at 84-11 – 84-23 37th Avenue, in southern Jackson Heights, has filed applications with the LPC to expand the structure by four stories. Retail will stay on the ground floor, with residential units above, and plans go before the LPC in April.

The Greenwich Lane

The Townhouses at The Greenwich Lane, rendering by FXFOWLE

The Greenwich Lane [Curbed]: Five four-story, single-family townhouses, which will span 133-143 West 11th Street in the West Village, are now all up to the third floor in construction. The buildings are associated with The Greenwich Lane, where five other buildings are being developed on adjacent lots, and completion is expected in 2016.

774 Bushwick Avenue

774 Bushwick Avenue, image via Brownstoner

774 Bushwick Avenue [Brownstoner]: Renderings have been posted on-site at 774-776 Bushwick Avenue, in northern Bushwick, where an LLC plans to build a five-story, 14-unit residential building measuring 9,500 square feet. Charles Mallea is designing, and an old three-story structure is currently being demolished.


Pier55, rendering by Heatherwick Studio

Pier55 [New York Times]: The Hudson River Park Trust has approved a lease that is being organized to develop the $130 million Pier55 park, located near the Meatpacking District. Approval from other departments is needed before construction can begin, with a tentative start date in 2016.

Nassau Police Academy

Nassau Police Academy, rendering by Spector Group

Nassau Police Academy [Long Island Press]: Details have been revealed for Nassau County’s new police academy — dubbed the Center for Training and Intelligence — planned to span three stories and 120,000 square feet at a vacant parcel in East Garden City. The $40 million facility could begin construction “as early as this Fall.”

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