150 Wooster Street has reached 100 percent occupancy following recent completion of the boutique condominium residences. The eight-story building contains five full-floor lofts and one duplex penthouse, comprising the top two floors and a private roof.
Back in July of 2015, six four-story, single-family townhouses – located at 51-59 South 4th Street, in Williamsburg, two blocks in from the East River – were two stories above street level and rising. Now, the project, dubbed the Townhouses of Wythe Lane, have topped out and are nearing completion, Brownstoner reports. Four of the townhouses will measure 3,714 square feet each, one will measure 4,088 square feet, and the last will encompass 4,471 square feet. Each residence will feature private underground parking and over 1,000 square feet of private outdoor rooftop space. KUB Capital is both developing and designing in-house, with SZ Projects aiding in the design process. Occupancy can likely be expected within the next few months.
A combination of landmarking and unusual manufacturing zoning have frozen Soho in the early 20th century, but every once in a while, a developer scoops up a non-contextual and underutilized property hidden among the cast iron 19th century facades. One of those builders, KUB Capital, has filed plans to erect an eight-story, six-unit building at 146 Wooster Street, between West Houston and Prince Street.
Back in May, foundation work was underway at 51-59 South 4th Street, on the corner of Wythe Avenue in Williamsburg, where six four-story townhouses are planned. Now the concrete structure is three stories tall, according to Brownstoner. The townhouses are being developed by KUB Capital, and five are currently in contract. KUB Design and SZ Projects are co-designing, and completion is expected by the end of this year.
Brownstoner took some photos of rebar and foundation going in at 51-59 South 4th Street, in Williamsburg, where KUB Capital is building six townhouses dubbed Wythe Lane Townhouses. Each townhouse will measure 3,800 square feet, and a few are already in contract for multi-million dollar prices. Completion is expected by the end of 2015.