440 Greenwich Street [Tribeca Trib]: Related Properties plans to convert the single-story structure at 440 Greenwich Street, in northern Tribeca, “into a real estate office complete with model apartments” to make-way for their condo project at 268 West Street. The office “is anticipated to remain for about two years,” and plans go before the LPC son.
977 Manhattan Avenue [Commercial Observer]: B&B Global Development has acquired the three-story building at 977 Manhattan Avenue, in northern Greenpoint, “for $4.8 million.” Plans call for the demolition of the existing structure, and a replacement 17,500 square-foot mixed-use building; Gerald Caliendo is designing.
29 Clay Street [Curbed]: Renderings have surfaced of the proposed 12-story, 70,000 square-foot residential building at 29 Clay Street, in northern Greenpoint. A two-story building must first be demolished, and a targeted completion date is listed for 2016.
325 Kent Avenue [Brooklyn Daily Eagle]: Ground has reportedly been broken at the site of Two Trees Management’s 16-story, 522-unit mixed-use building set to span 317-327 Kent Avenue, in Williamsburg. It marks the first phase of the Domino redevelopment, and completion of the building is expected in 2017.
242 West 53rd Street [Jeremiah’s Vanishing NY]: The Roseland Ballroom is in the process of getting demolished to make-way for Algin Management’s planned 62-story, 426-unit mixed-use building at 242 West 53rd Street, in Midtown. A completion date has yet to be announced.
550 Vanderbilt Avenue [Curbed]: Greenland Forest City Partners is expecting to place apartments from their planned 278-condo, 17-story residential building at 550 Vanderbilt Avenue, in Prospect Heights, on the market this Summer. Excavation is underway, and completion is expected in June 2016.
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