3009 Broadway [West Side Rag]: Barnard is planning to demolish the existing five-story building at 3009 Broadway, in Morningside Heights, to make way for the Teaching and Learning Center. The latest revisions reveal twelve and five-story buildings containing classrooms, offices and the library. Opening of the new facility is expected in 2018.
185 Bowery [Bowery Boogie]: Renderings have been posted on-site at 185-191 Bowery, in the Bowery, where CitizenM began excavation on their planned 19-story, 300-room hotel building. Also planned is a nearly 3,400 square-foot public plaza, and “completion is expected in the winter of 2016.”
79-40 Copper Avenue [Commercial Observer]: Carye & Sons Acquisitions has acquired eight lots at 79-40 Cooper Avenue, in southern Middle Village, for “around $7 million.” Plans include redeveloping the existing 50,000 square-foot industrial building “into an 80,000 square-foot self-storage and retail building.”
10 Jay Street [Commercial Observer]: The Landmarks Preservation Commission has approved plans for the existing 10-story building at 10-18 Jay Street, in Dumbo, to be converted into 46 condominiums and retail space. Triangle Assets and Glacier Global Partners are developing, and completion is expected by Fall 2016.
3100 Atlantic Avenue [The Real Deal]: Bluestone Group, along with other investors, has acquired the two-story, 210-unit apartment complex at 3100-3124 Atlantic Avenue, in northern East New York. The two-block complex will be redeveloped into affordable housing.
42-60 Crescent Street [The Court Square Blog]: Construction is up to the eighth floor of the 10-story, 40-unit mixed-use building rising at 42-60 Crescent Street, in Long Island City. Commercial space will total 2,309 square feet, and completion can be expected by the end of this year.
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