1865 Broadway [Real Estate Weekly]: AvalonBay will most likely include “a 60,000 square-foot retail flagship” store in the base of their planned 300,000+ square-foot mixed-use tower at 1865 Broadway, in Lincoln Square. Reportedly, a “slice [of the building] will be commercial office” space, and condos are envisioned for the top.
475 East 30th Street [Crain’s Business]: The NYC EDC is planning to help fund the development of a 350,000 square-foot science research center at the vacant lot of 475 East 30th Street, in Kips Bay. The building — what would be the third tower at the Alexandria Center for Life Sciences — will be co-developed with “a private partner,” and a completion date has yet to be disclosed.
1700 Broadway [Brownstoner]: Excavation has begun at 1674-1712 Broadway, in western Ocean Hill, where two six-story mixed-use buildings with a combined 134 affordable residential units are planned. Dubbed the Henry Apartments, S:US and Alembic Community Development are the developers.
18 Jefferson Street [Brownstoner]: A four-story, three-unit residential building — measuring nearly 4,500 square feet — has topped-out and is nearly completed at 18 Jefferson Street, in northern Bushwick. Jinwoo Jang is the architect of record, and opening is likely in the coming weeks.
92 Howard Avenue [Brownstoner]: Framing is at the second story at 92 Howard Avenue, in eastern Bedford-Stuyvesant, where an LLC is building a five-story, five-unit residential building measuring nearly 5,000 square feet. Oscar Fuertes is the architect on record.
35-11 9th Street [The Real Deal]: Modern Spaces is marketing “the four-story, 102,670 square-foot” warehouse at 35-11 – 35-31 9th Street, in northern Long Island City, “for north of $30 million.” The structure is being advertised as a residential conversion.
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