The historic Tin Building at South Street Seaport will soon be home to the largest construction-grade glass media wall in the world. Designed by ANC, an experiential design company, the wall will enclose more than 1,100 square feet of space surrounding the building’s escalators.
Articles by Sebastian Morris
This week, Sydney House debuted as Habitat for Humanity‘s largest completed housing project worldwide. Designed by Union Street Studios, the seven-story building is located at 839-843 Tilden Street in The Bronx and is the first project to be completed as part of New York City’s “Open Door” affordable homeownership program.
Leasing is set to launch this May for Dey & Bergen, a new rental property in Harrison, New Jersey. Located at 1 Bergen Street along the Passaic River waterfront, the building offers a collection of 242 units.
A large trapezoidal lot at 48-18 Van Dam Street in Long Island City may soon serve as the new headquarters for International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Local 813, a union that represents a variety of laborers in the New York City Metropolitan Area. Before the project can begin, the Department of City Planning will need to approve zoning text amendments to permit the construction of a mixed-use commercial building that is above the currently allowable height and density.
Proposals to construct a new 13-story mixed-use building in Woodside, Queens are now under review by local community groups. Designed by Aufgang Architects, the proposed development is bound by Roosevelt Avenue to the north, Long Island Railroad tracks to the southwest, and 63rd Street to the east.