YIMBY Today: Durst’s Hallets Point Project Set to Break Ground This Fall, More

Hallets PointHallets Point, rendering by STUDIO V Architecture via Durst

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

146 Wooster Street, rendering via Curbed

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

1444 Bedford Avenue, image via Brownstoner

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

41 Great Jones Street, image via Curbed

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

Old proposal for 119 Kent Avenue, rendering by Muroff Architects

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

159 Smith Street, image by Pardon Me For Asking

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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