Mixed-Use

7 Platt Street Continues to Ascend in Financial District, Manhattan

Vertical progress is continuing at 7 Platt Street, a 37-story mixed-use building in the Financial District of Lower Manhattan. Designed by Hill West Architects and developed by The Moinian Group, the 464-foot-tall structure will span 267,760 square feet and yield 250 rental apartments with interiors by Fogarty Finger, as well as 43,740 square feet of retail space on the first five stories and 34 below-grade parking spaces. Fogarty Finger is in charge is the residential interiors, Rockwell Group is the hotel interior designer, and AECOM Tishman is the general contractor for the property, which is alternately addressed as 110 John Street and located on an interior lot bound by John Street to the north and Platt Street to the south.

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300 East 50th Street Reaches Halfway Mark in Midtown East, Manhattan

Construction is rising on 300 East 50th Street, a 23-story residential building in the Turtle Bay section of Midtown East, Manhattan. Designed by BKSK Architects and developed by MAG Partners in collaboration with Global Holdings, KRW Realty Advisors, Krown Point, and Safanad, the 275-foot-tall structure will span 170,000 square feet and yield 194 units, with 30 percent allocated to affordable housing, as well as ground-floor retail space, a cellar level, and a 30-foot-long side yard. 300 East 50th Street Owner LLC is listed as the owner and Urban Atelier Group is the general contractor for the property, which is located at the intersection of Second Avenue and East 50th Street.

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Façade Installation Continues on One Times Square in Times Square, Manhattan

Façade installation is moving along on One Times Square, a 26-story commercial tower at 1475 Broadway in Times Square. Designed by S9 Architecture with SLCE Architects as the architect of record and developed by Jamestown, the $500 million project involves the full gut renovation and re-cladding of the 120-year-old, 395-foot-tall steel-framed structure, along with the addition of new LED displays and public viewing decks with platforms that will overlook the district. Turner Construction Company is the general contractor for the property, which is located on a trapezoidal plot bound by West 43rd Street to the north, West 42nd Street to the south, Broadway to the east, and Seventh Avenue to the west.

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The Alloy Block Wraps Up Construction At 505 State Street in Downtown, Brooklyn

Work is wrapping up on 505 State Street, a 44-story residential tower in the Alloy Block complex in Downtown Brooklyn. Designed and developed by Alloy Development, the 482-foot-tall, fully electric-powered structure will yield 441 rental units, with 45 dedicated to affordable housing developed in conjunction with the Fifth Avenue Committee. The Alloy Block master plan will offer 50,000 square feet of retail space, space for a local cultural institution, 500 bicycle parking spaces, and two schools: the Khalil Gibran International Academy High School (KGIA) at 380 Schermerhorn Street designed by Architecture Research Office, and an elementary school at 489 State Street. Urban Atelier Group is the general contractor for the property, which was formerly addressed as 100 Flatbush Avenue and is bound by Flatbush Avenue to the northeast, Third Avenue to the northwest, and State Street to the southwest.

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Exterior Work Progresses on Society Brooklyn and Sackett Place in Gowanus, Brooklyn

Construction is progressing on Society Brooklyn and Sackett Place, a pair of 21-story residential buildings at 267 Bond Street and 498 Sackett Street in Gowanus, Brooklyn. Designed by SLCE Architects and developed by Property Markets Group, which acquired both plots for $9 million in 2021, the complex will span 594,000 square feet and yield 517 residential units and 52,000 square feet of commercial space. Urban Atelier Group is the general contractor for the project, which is bound by DeGraw Street to the north, Sackett Street to the south, the Gowanus Canal to the east, and Bond Street to the west.

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