YIMBY Today: Staten Island’s Lighthouse Point Project to Begin This Summer, More

Lighthouse Point, rendering via Triangle EquitiesLighthouse Point, rendering via Triangle Equities

Lighthouse Point [The Real Deal]: Lighthouse Point — a mixed-use development located along Bay Street, south of Staten Island’s ferry terminal — is expected to begin construction “this summer.” Triangle Equities has planned a 12-story, 100-unit residential building, a 160-key hotel, and 85,000 square feet of retail space, and is also restoring the existing brick buildings.

426 East 58th Street [Curbed]: Bauhouse Group has acquired a fourth property in their Sutton Place assemblage, which now includes four five-story townhouses spanning 426-432 East 58th Street. Demolition of the existing structures will make-way for a 95-unit, 269,000 square-foot condo building, and construction is planned to begin “over the summer.” Norman Foster is designing.

310 Clarkson Street

310 Clarkson Street, rendering by by Cetra Ruddy via Hudson Companies

310 Clarkson Street [Brownstoner]: Hudson Companies has released renderings of their planned eight-story, 170-unit mixed-use building — measuring 145,500 square feet — at 306-310 Clarkson Street, in Prospect Lefferts Gardens. A second 250-unit building is planned to span 318-350 Clarkson, and that phase “will break ground in 2016.” Existing low-rise structures must first be demolished.

152 Elizabeth Street

152 Elizabeth Street, rendering by Noë & Associates and The Boundary

152 Elizabeth Street [New York Times]: Full renderings have surfaced of the Tadao Ando-designed seven-story, seven-unit luxury residential building at 152 Elizabeth Street, in NoLita. Demolition work on the existing structures commenced earlier this month, and opening can be “expected in November 2016.” Sumaida + Khurana is developing.

40 Cambridge Place

40 Cambridge Place, image via Brownstoner

40 Cambridge Place [Brownstoner]: A four-story, two-unit townhouse — located at 40 Cambridge Place, in Clinton Hill — is currently receiving a 500 square-foot expansion to 3,150 square feet, and associated renovations for Passive House status. Historic detailing is being restored to the structure, and completion is expected this year.

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