Roughly a year ago, YIMBY reported on filings for Essex Crossing‘s 15-story, 211-unit mixed-use building planned at 145 Clinton Street, on the Lower East Side, and last January we revealed renderings of the project. The 300,000 square-foot building includes 43,000 square feet of commercial space, and Planet Fitness is now expected to lease 22,000 square feet on the second floor, The Lo-Down reports. A 30,000 square-foot grocery store is also planned for the ground floor, though it currently lacks a confirmed tenant.
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Back in June, complete renderings were revealed of Extell Development’s 22-story, 114-unit mixed-use building underway at 70 Charlton Street, in Hudson Square, and now the structure is up to the 12th floor, per Curbed, courtesy of Tectonic. The through-block development will contain 2,830 square feet of ground-floor retail space, and a mix of condo and affordable rental units — 92 and 22, respectively — will occupy the floors above. Beyer Blinder Belle is designing, and occupancy is expected in late 2016.
A six-story mixed-use apartment building may replace a single-story Walgreens at 505 Pacific Street in Boerum Hill, according to new building applications filed this morning.
In October 2014, YIMBY reported on permits filed for a 16-story, 16-unit condominium building at 10 West 17th Street, in the Flatiron District, and then the LPC approved the plans the following December. Now Bhatia Development and Sherwood Equities have landed $48 million in financing from CIT, according to Commercial Observer. An existing three-story building must first be demolished, but construction is expected to begun early in 2016 for a mid-2017 completion. Beyer Blinder Belle is designing.
Full renderings have surfaced for Extell’s 22-story, 114-unit development currently under construction at 70 Charlton Street, in Hudson Square. The project includes two buildings conjoined at the base, with street frontage on Charlton and Vandam streets; together, they will have 92 condos and 22 affordable rental units, according to The New York Times.