Developer Closes On Mixed-Use Development Site At 615 Tenth Avenue, Hell’s Kitchen

615 10th AvenuePre-demolition 615 10th Avenue, image via Google Maps

Back in November, XIN Development, the U.S. branch of Beijing-based Xinyuan Real Estate, entered into contract to purchase the development site at 615 Tenth Avenue, between West 44th and 45th Streets in Hell’s Kitchen. Now, the developer has closed on the site for $57.5 million, and a mixed-use building with up to 90 condominium units is planned, according to The Real Deal. It will include mostly one- and two-bedroom residential units, as well as 20,000 square feet of retail space. The property is currently home to a Hess Express gas station, which must first be removed.

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2 Comments on "Developer Closes On Mixed-Use Development Site At 615 Tenth Avenue, Hell’s Kitchen"

  1. Oh good, its not like we need gas stations in nyc or anything… /s

  2. I hope low income get some apartments with all that constructions. I’m looking for Aparment for more of a year. I’m low income.
    Good luck to everyone

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