Mixed-Use

139 Bowery

11-Story Mixed-Use Office/Residential Building Approved For 139 Bowery, Lower Manhattan

Applications filed in mid-2014 have been approved for 139-141 Bowery between Broome and Grand Streets, where Global Joint Venture’s plans an 11-story, 16-unit mixed-use building. Measuring 34,900 square feet, retail space will occupy the ground floor, while office space will take up floors two through five. A 550 square-foot medical facility will also be located on the second floor; residential units will occupy floors six and above. Three-story buildings currently occupy the site, and Raymond Chan is designing.


100 Willoughby Street

57-Story Tower At 100 Willoughby Street Wraps Up Exterior Construction, Downtown Brooklyn

In March, YIMBY checked in on the construction of AvalonBay’s 57-story, 861-unit mixed-use building going up at 100 Willoughby Street, in Downtown Brooklyn, and now Brownstoner notes cladding is wrapping up around the upper levels of the nearly topped-out structure. Dubbed AVA DoBro, the tower will have 15,000 square feet of retail space in its base, and the first six residential floors should be ready for move-ins by September; the entire building will open in early 2016, and SLCE is designing.




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Mixed-Use Development Site At 72-01 Queens Boulevard Hits the Market, Elmhurst

Piermont Properties is looking to sell an assemblage of four properties spanning 72-01 – 72-25 Queens Boulevard and 72-30 – 72-38 45th Avenue, in eastern Elmhurst, for roughly $45 million. The current owner acquired the properties for a total $25 million over the past year, and the site could accommodate a 297,000 square-foot mixed-use building. A 10-year-old three-story, seven-unit building, a 2.5-story vacant home and three low-rise commercial buildings would likely be demolished. HFF is marketing the sites, according to The Real Deal.


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