150 Wooster Street has reached 100 percent occupancy following recent completion of the boutique condominium residences. The eight-story building contains five full-floor lofts and one duplex penthouse, comprising the top two floors and a private roof.
Articles by Sebastian Morris
The Frick Collection will again present expansion proposals to the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) in a hearing scheduled for Tuesday, May 29. Following widespread public outcry and eventual LPC disapproval in 2014, the new plans increase the building’s aboveground area by about 10 percent, relocate a portion of the collection below ground, create a new auditorium and visual entertainment areas, and increase accessibility for people in wheelchairs and mobility-impaired visitors.
Excavation continues at 181 Mercer Street, the site of New York University’s 1.9 million square-foot expansion in Greenwich Village. The university’s scope of development for the enlarged campus includes razing The Jerome S. Coles Sports Center at 20-40 East Houston Street, and constructing a new 23-story sports center and performing arts facility in its place, which will have an address of 181 Mercer Street.
The Landmarks Preservation Commission will soon consider renovation proposals for 954 Madison Avenue, a historic corner property on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Iconic fashion label Carolina Herrera commissioned the project, hoping to enlarge the existing Madison Avenue flagship location.
Overlooking the George Washington Bridge and the Hudson River, The Modern is a two-tower development designed by Elkus Manfredi Architects in Fort Lee, New Jersey. Today, SJP Properties has announced that leasing has commenced for the project’s Phase II, which has officially reached full completion.