The Brooklyn-based development team at Cayuga Capital Management has released new renderings of 600 Bushwick Avenue in Brooklyn, New York. The six-story mixed-use property topped off back in 2017, but construction seems to have halted or slowed down until earlier this year.
Hustvedt Cutler Architects
Permits have been filed for a 10-story apartment building at 14 2nd Avenue in the East Village, Manhattan. Located between Chrystie Street and East 1st Street, the interior lot is steps away from the 2nd Avenue subway station, serviced by the F train. Daniel Vislocky of Station Companies is listed as the owner behind the applications.
Two years ago, YIMBY brought you a look at Cycle Cities’ futuristic design for an office building at 77 Wythe Avenue in Williamsburg. Now we’ve got a fresh rendering from the new architects behind the nine-story project, which will join 25 Kent Avenue as one of the first major ground-up office developments in Brooklyn in decades.
In mid-2014, Caerus Group acquired the three-story former Eberhard Pencil Factory building at 74 Kent Street, in Greenpoint, for $7.5 million. Now, the developer is converting the landmarked, 17,413 square-foot property into commercial space, according to Commercial Observer. Office space will be located on the second, third, and cellar levels, while retail space will occupy the ground floor. Each floor will feature outdoor space and 6,000 square feet of green space is planned on the roof. Hustvedt Cutler Architects is designing the conversion and completion is expected in the first half of 2016.
Just east of Prospect Park in Brooklyn, Prospect Lefferts Gardens is seeing almost as much new construction as its pricier neighbor to the north, Crown Heights. Filings for new buildings roll in every few weeks, ranging from little market-rate developments to partially affordable megaprojects from developer Hudson Companies. Now we have an application for a five-story apartment building at 195 Hawthorne Street, between Bedford and Rogers Avenues.