FOUND Study, a provider of affordable student and intern housing, now operates one of largest hotel-to-residential conversion projects in Manhattan history. Located at 525 Lexington Avenue in Turtle Bay, the landmarked building was completed in 1923 and is designed by Empire State Building architect Arthur Loomis Harmon.
A $44 million project to protect the Montauk Point Lighthouse and the deteriorating bluff surrounding the historic landmark in Suffolk County is now complete. The structure is located on the easternmost point of Long Island and was authorized in 1792 by the Second Congress under President George Washington and completed in November 1796.
Construction is now complete on The Wales, a newly converted condominium property at 1295 Madison Avenue in the Carnegie Hill section of Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Led by owner-developer Adellco alongside Parisian design studio PINTO, the building features 21 homes and a modest collection of amenity spaces. The property is located at the corner of 92nd Street and Madison Avenue.
The Yonkers Panning Board is now considering proposals from Kearney Realty & Development Group to construct a new affordable housing project at 21-23 Park Avenue in Yonkers. The project is known as The Abbey and includes the construction of a new apartment building and a renovation of the Ethan Flagg House and Blessed Sacrament Monastery. Both properties are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Aurora Capital Associates and William Gottlieb Real Estate have shared new interior renderings for The Keller, a seven-story residential building at 150 Barrow Street in Manhattan’s West Village. Designed by BKSK Architects, the building contains 24 condominiums and a suite of amenity spaces. Compass Development Marketing Group and the Hudson Advisory Team are the exclusive sales and marketing team for The Keller.