A new Environmental Assessment Study submitted to the Department of City Planning contains the first architectural renderings of a 33-story mixed-use building in Midtown, Manhattan. The proposed development is located at 314 West 43rd Street between Eighth and Ninth Avenues and would contain a mix of retail and residential area.
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L+M Development Partners, Type A Projects, BronxWorks, and the City of New York have closed on $349 million financing package to complete phase one of Bronx Point, a new mixed-use affordable housing complex in the South Bronx. As a public-private partnership, the financing entities include the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development, the New York City Housing Development Corporation, Empire State Development, Wells Fargo, and additional private funding sources.
RXR Realty recently commissioned an Environmental Assessment Statement in an effort to facilitate the construction of a 21-story mixed-use office tower in Long Island City. Located at 21-11 9th Street within the Long Island City Industrial Business Zone, the proposed development requires two critical zoning changes for construction to break ground.
A 1,045-unit housing complex known as Bronx Point is now recognized as the first and only affordable housing project to achieve WEDG certification. The rating system was founded by the Waterfront Alliance, an independent offshoot of The Municipal Art Society of New York, that establishes guidelines for ecologically friendly waterfront design and construction.
Edison Properties is proposing to redevelop the existing, largely vacant six-story Newark Warehouse Company Building at 98 Edison Place, located on the corner of McCarter Highway in Downtown Newark. The expanded building will rise seven stories and measure 456,059 square feet, Jersey Digs reported. It would contain commercial space for offices and retail and a landscaped rooftop terrace. Parsippany, N.J.-based Langan Engineering & Environmental Services is the architect of record. Pending the required approvals and variances, occupancy is expected in early 2018.