Mixed-Use

451 10th Avenue

New Mixed-Use Tower Planned at 451 Tenth Avenue, Hudson Yards

Spitzer Enterprises has filed applications with City Planning for a roughly 414,700 square-foot mixed-use building at 451 10th Avenue, in the Hudson Yards district. The building will have 311,000 square feet of office and retail space, and 103,700 square feet for an upper-level residential portion. Crain’s Business reported in April 2014 Maddd Equities is leasing the site, and the potential building could rise to 700 feet in height.


500 East 14th Street

Excavation Commences At 500 East 14th Street, Extell’s 7-Story Mixed-Use Project, East Village

Excavation and drilling have commenced at Extell Development’s site spanning 500-524 East 14th Street (excluding No. 520), in the East Village, EV Grieve reports. A number of single-story retail structures were demolished to make-way for the two-building, seven-story mixed-use development, which will eventually have 150 residential units and 56,610 square feet of retail. Signage reveals an expected completion date of January 2017.


100 Norfolk Street

Steel-Beam Construction Underway At 100 Norfolk Street, 12-Story Condo Project, Lower East Side

Steel beams have been erected up to the second floor of Adam America’s and Horizon Group’s 12-story, 38-condo-unit mixed-use building at 100 Norfolk Street, on the Lower East Side. Bowery Boogie reports construction has been crawling along, and the project may not make its scheduled completion for 2016. The building is over 85% sold, according to REW, and 11,250 square feet of retail is planned. ODA Architecture is designing.


75 Kenmare Street

DHA Capital To Develop Mixed-Use Building At 75 Kenmare Street, Nolita

DHA Capital is in contract to purchase the three-story parking garage located at 75 Kenmare Street, in Nolita, for roughly $50 million, according to Bowery Boogie. The new owner plans to develop a 68,000 square-foot mixed-use building featuring luxury residential units and retail space. Most units will measure closer to 1,000 square feet, smaller than other new-construction condos in the area, according to The Real Deal, who was also the first to report the news.



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