When we last checked in with 172 Madison Avenue in November, only 14 stories of concrete had risen at the corner of 33rd Street. Now the condo tower stands 25-stories-tall, and YIMBY has a peek at the construction progress thanks to photos from Tectonic.
A curved brick factory turned yeshiva is expanding at the corner of Flushing and Franklin Avenues, in the borderlands between Williamsburg and Bed-Stuy, and YIMBY has a rendering of what the school will look like once renovations finish.
41-21 28th Street has risen to its third level, on its way to its final height of 185 feet. The project, developed by All Year Management, will house 166 residential units spread across 126,718 square feet.
In September, developer Moshe Braver filed to expand a 19th century warehouse at 296 Wythe Avenue in Williamsburg into a six-story, mixed-use building. Now YIMBY has a rendering for the project, which is being designed by Karl Fischer.
Over a year ago, YIMBY reported on schematic drawings for a 33-story, 69-unit mixed-use tower at 172 Madison Avenue, in Midtown East, and earlier this year, we revealed renderings of the Karl Fischer-designed building. Construction kicked off last spring and now the structure is 14 stories above street level, courtesy of photos by Tectonic. Although not apparent, glass installation has also begun. The building’s ground floor will feature 4,361 square feet of retail space, and condo units will average 1,795 square feet apiece. Tessler Development is developing and completion is expected in 2016.