YIMBY Today: 542 West 153rd Street Revealed in Hamilton Heights, More

542 West 153rd Street542 West 153rd Street, rendering via Synapse Development Group

542 West 153rd Street [Harlem+Bespoke]: Excavation is currently underway at the site of Synapse Capital’s planned seven-story, 34-unit residential building spanning the lots 542-548 West 153rd Street, in Hamilton Heights. The building is set to achieve Passive House standards, and completion is scheduled for 2016.

15 East 30th Street [The Real Deal]: J.D. Carlisle Development has acquired the five-story property at 15 East 30th Street, in NoMad, for $102 million. The developer had filed applications last year to construct a 53-story, 188-unit mixed-use tower measuring 370,000 square feet.

44-26 Purves Street [The Court Square Blog]: Excavation and construction are imminent at 44-26 – 44-30 Purves Street, in Long Island City, where Brause Realty has planned a 33-story, 270-unit residential building, which includes a small retail component. Filed last year, applications were recently granted partial approval.

Strivers Plaza, rendering from Radson Development

Strivers Plaza, rendering from Radson Development

275 West 140th Street [Harlem+Bespoke]: Excavation is imminent at 275 West 140th Street, in northern Harlem, where Radson Development has planned an eight-story, 54-unit mixed-use building measuring 55,000 square feet. Aufgang Architects is designing the project.

62-92 Woodhaven Boulevard [Brownstoner]: The Criterion Group has flipped the development site spanning 62-76 – 62-92 Woodhaven Boulevard, in Rego Park, where applications have been filed for a seven-story, 117-unit mixed-use building. An LLC has acquired the site for $10.85 million, and the existing single-story structure must first be demolished.

51 Bleecker Street [Bowery Boogie]: The three-story property spanning 51-53 Bleeker Street, in NoHo, is still being marketed as a development site, boasting 21,158 square feet of buildable space with the inclusion of a community facility. Any redevelopment of the property would require LPC approval.

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