All Year Management


Exterior Cladding Imminent At Recently Topped-Out, 16-Story Residential Building At 41-21 28th Street, Long Island City

The 16-story apartment building at 41-21 28th Street, rising half a block north of Queens Plaza, appears ready to receive exterior cladding, as indicated by scaffolds that wrap the structure. The building had risen three stories when we last provided an update in April. After rising at a pace of two-and-a-half floors per month, it was topped-out in September. The project is developed by All Year Management and designed by architect Karl Fischer.

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Foundations Go In at All Year Management’s Rheingold Brewery Site in Bushwick

Three years ago, developer Read Property Group negotiated a controversial residential rezoning of the former Rheingold Brewery properties in southern Bushwick. After neighbors fought for affordable housing there, Read sold the multi-acre industrial property to Rabsky Group and All Year Management, who didn’t have to honor Read’s promises for low income rentals. Now All Year Management is pushing forward with construction on its two pieces of the site, at 123 Melrose Street and 28 Stanwix Street.

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Reveal for 900-Unit Mixed-Use Rheingold Brewery Redevelopment at 123 Melrose Street and 54 Noll Street, Bushwick

Renderings have finally been revealed for All Year Management’s mixed-use development at 123 Melrose Street and 54 Noll Street, in western Bushwick, the site of the former Rheingold Brewery complex. The multi-block project, bound by Melrose and Stanwix streets and Evergreen and Flushing avenues, will feature 800 to 900 rental apartments and tens of thousands of square feet of retail space, according to Curbed NY. It’s being dubbed Bushwick II and will encompass around one million square feet. Roughly 20 percent of the apartments will rent a below-market rates through the affordable housing lottery. The developer acquired the plot for a combined $140.7 million over the past year. ODA New York is responsible for the design. New building permits have yet to reflect the latest plans. Two sprawling, single-story warehouse structures will have to be demolished.


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Developer Completes Assemblage for Two-Building Residential Complex at 123 Melrose Street & 54 Noll Street, Bushwick

In October of 2014, YIMBY reported on applications for an eight-story, 385-unit residential building at 123 Melrose Street, the site of the former Rheingold Brewery complex in western Bushwick, located three blocks from the Myrtle Avenue stop on the J/M/Z trains. All Year Management has now acquired a piece (28 Stanwix Street) of the mega-block development site – bound by Evergreen Avenue and Stanwick, Melrose, and Noll streets – from Princeton Holdings and Read Property Group for $72.2 million, The Real Deal reported.

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