212 North 9th Street [Curbed]: The Meshberg Group’s seven-story, 33-unit residential building — going up at 212-218 North 9th Street, in northern Williamsburg — has topped out and is nearly complete. Permits for the project date back to 2008, and opening is likely within the coming weeks.
1054 Bushwick Avenue [Brooklyn Daily Eagle]: The LLC that acquired the landmarked four-story building at 1054 Bushwick Avenue for $2 million last fall has now filed permits to expand the building to a fifth floor. The structure, in central Bushwick, will be turned into 28 apartments, and the LPC’s approval is required.
319 Schermerhorn Street [Crain’s Business]: Adam America has purchased the development site at 319 Schermerhorn Street, in Downtown Brooklyn, for “more than $30 million.” Partnered with Naveh Shuster Group, a 21-story, 87,445 square-foot mixed-use condo tower is planned, and ground-breaking is imminent.
31-14 38th Avenue [Brownstoner]: The two-story structure at 31-15 38th Avenue, in northern Long Island City, has sold for $2.32 million. The existing building fills .41 FAR, but the lot can accommodate a FAR of up to 3; plans for the site have not been disclosed.
250 South Street [Bowery Boogie]: Extell Development has amended permits for their development at 250 South Street, in Two Bridges, now calling for a 56-story, 646-unit mixed-use tower measuring 748,095 square feet. The height has been reduced from 71 stories.
108 Chambers Street [Crain’s Business]: Greystone has acquired the single-story, 2,000 square-foot property at 108 Chambers Street, in Tribeca, for $17 million. The property “has about 12,000 square feet of unused residential development rights,” but the building is being leased for the short term.
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