Mixed-Use

44 Broad Street in Port Chester, White Plains

Large Mixed-Use Building Proposed for 44 Broad Street in Port Chester, White Plains

Proposals for a 179-foot-tall development at 44 Broad Street in Port Chester, White Plains would require a new zoning district defined by building height versus stories. Located between Irving Avenue and King Street, the 17-story, mixed-use building would sit on a nine-parcel lot adjacent to Port Chester’s Metro-North Railroad station. Although the Port Chester village board of trustees is reviewing zoning codes for the area, developer Broad Street Owner LLC is petitioning for an immediate change to get the transit-oriented project underway. The high-rise development would comprise 407,000 square feet with 286 apartments, 12,600 square feet of ground-floor commercial space, and 267 parking spaces.

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Virgin Hotel’s Exterior Nearing Completion At 1225 Broadway, in NoMad

The Virgin Hotel at 1225 Broadway in NoMad is steadily making its way toward completion. The glass curtain wall is closing in on the upper portions of the flat roof parapet, while more steel columns, beams, and metal decking for the podium section of the property have been inserted into place. There will be a total of about 300,000 square feet of newly built space, mostly being allocated towards the 460 hotel rooms. The podium will contain 90,000 square feet of retail. Lam Group is the developer of the property, and Sir Richard Branson of Virgin Group will be in charge of managing the address.

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Rendering of the new terminal Warehouse in Chelsea, Manhattan (COOKFOX)

COOKFOX Reveals New Renderings of Terminal Warehouse Renovation in Chelsea

The historic Terminal Warehouse in West Chelsea will soon undergo a transformative renovation to accommodate a mix of first-class office space, new dining area, and ground-floor retail. L&L Holding Company and Normandy Real Estate Partners are working in collaboration to redevelop the 1.2-million-square-foot property, which occupies an entire city block from Eleventh to Twelfth Avenue and 27th to 28th Street.

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