Hallets Point [The Real Deal]: Durst Organization has acquired the last parcel associated with the Hallets Point mixed-use development that will total 2,200 residential units. Construction is set to begin this October, with completion following in the early 2020s.
146 Wooster Street [Curbed]: Kub Capital’s plans for an eight-story mixed-use residential and retail building at 146-152 Wooster Street, in SoHo, have generally pleased the CB2 Land Use Committee at a meeting. Plans have yet to go before the LPC, and Daniel Shillberg and HTO-Architect are designing.
1444 Bedford Avenue [Brownstoner]: The planned four-story, eight-unit residential building at 144 Bedford Avenue, in western Crown Heights, has topped-out. Façade installation is beginning and Joseph A Mussiolo is designing.
41 Great Jones Street [Curbed]: Blumfeld Development Group has proposed the expansion and residential conversion of the existing five-story building at 41 Great Jones Street, in NoHo. Plans call for a six-story, three-unit building measuring 13,500 square feet, and Morris Adjmi is designing.
119 Kent Avenue [Daily News]: The owner of the four-story buildings at 119-123 Kent Avenue, in northern Williamsburg, has placed the development site “on the market for $17.5 million.” The existing structures could be razed “to make way for a new 20,000 square-foot building.”
159 Smith Street [Brownstoner]: Demolition has removed nearly the entire previous structure at 159 Smith Street, in Boerum Hill, to make way for a five-story, eight-unit residential building to measure almost 9,400 square feet. Completion is expected by 2016.
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