1640 Park Avenue [Curbed]: A seven-story, 15,000 square-foot mixed-use building — featuring “retail, a community facility, and apartments” — could potentially rise at 1640 Park Avenue, in central East Harlem. The property was recently acquired for $2.9 million, and an existing single-story structure must first be demolished.
425 Park Avenue [Real Estate Weekly]: L&L Holdings is seeking to construct their planned 47-story, 670,000 square-foot Midtown East office building — expanding from the existing structure at 425 Park Avenue — to WELL Building Standard, which attempts to “enhance people’s health and well-being through the built environment.” Set to rise 893 feet, opening “is scheduled for 2018.”
249 10th Avenue [The Real Deal]: Developer Gary Spindler is planning a nine-story, 38-unit mixed-use building at 249 10th Avenue, in West Chelsea, that would expand the existing five-story parking garage to 37,125 square feet. Spindler is currently seeking the city’s permission to transfer normally inaccessible air rights.
10 Bond Street [A Fine Blog]: Since YIMBY’s last update in September, 10 Bond Street‘s terra-cotta façade and exterior is nearing completion. The seven-story, 11-unit residential building is being developed by SK Dev., Ironstate Dev. and the Chetrit Group, and opening is set for later this year.
76 11th Avenue [Commercial Observer]: HFZ Capital Group has confirmed their mixed-use development at the vacant block of 76 11th Avenue, in West Chelsea, will span two buildings — 400 and 300 feet tall — and that the total scope will measure approximately 850,000 square feet. The project will include 100,000 square feet of office space, and roughly 60,000 square feet of retail; BIG is designing.
170 West Street [Brownstoner]: Renderings have been posted on-site at 170-174 West Street, in Greenpoint, where applications — filed last October — reveal plans for a six-story residential structure containing 15 units across nearly 22,800 square feet. Salamon Engineering is the architect of record, and completion is slated for Spring 2016.
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