Exterior work is approaching completion on 102 Charlton Street, a 21-story, 210-foot-tall residential building in Hudson Square. The 59,323-square-foot project is designed by Ismael Leyva Architects and is being developed by Lalezarian Properties, which purchased the property in 2010 for $4 million. The 61-unit building is located between Greenwich Street and Hudson Street and features a dramatic cantilever that completely overhangs the roof of the abutting low-rise residential structure.
Construction has topped out on 150 East 78th Street, a 16-story residential building on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Developed by Midwood Investment & Development and EJS Group and designed by Robert A. M. Stern Architects with Ismael Leyva Architects as executive architect and residential layout designer, the 205-foot-tall property will yield 25 units ranging from three- to five-bedroom condominiums. Sales have launched and are being handled by Compass Development Marketing Group.
A new rendering has been revealed for 509 Third Avenue, a 35-story residential project underway in the Murray Hill section of Midtown, Manhattan. Designed by Ismael Leyva Architects and developed by Kevin Lalezarian under the Third and Thirty Four LLC, the 386-foot-tall structure will yield 299 residential units at the corner of Third Avenue and East 34th Street.
YIMBY’s Turkey Week tour of stalled projects continues with 45 Park Place, a 667-foot-tall residential skyscraper in Tribeca. Designed by SOMA Architects with Ismael Leyva Architects as the executive and residential architect, the 43-story tower has been on hold since late 2019. Sharif el-Gamal of Soho Properties is developing the project, with Piero Lissoni serving as the interior designer. 45 Park Place is located between Church Street and West Broadway, just to the north of the border with the Financial District. Permasteelisa Group and Vidaris are the façade consultants.
A rendering reveals the new Ismael Leyva Architects-designed residential development set to be built at 153-10 88th Avenue in Jamaica, Queens. The nine-story building by Zara Realty will set aside 30 percent of its 223 residences as affordable housing.