Three years ago, developer Read Property Group negotiated a controversial residential rezoning of the former Rheingold Brewery properties in southern Bushwick. After neighbors fought for affordable housing there, Read sold the multi-acre industrial property to Rabsky Group and All Year Management, who didn’t have to honor Read’s promises for low income rentals. Now All Year Management is pushing forward with construction on its two pieces of the site, at 123 Melrose Street and 28 Stanwix Street.
General Investment & Development Companies (GID) is rebranding their three-tower mixed-use development — between West 59th and 61st streets and Freedom Place South and Riverside Boulevard, in Lincoln Square (which is technically south of the Upper West Side) — as Waterline Square. Updated renderings have been released of the towers, per Curbed NY, each of which has been designed by different architects.
Cammeby’s is building a massive mixed-use project next to the Trump Village co-ops on Coney Island. The development, called Neptune/Sixth, has grabbed headlines because it includes a 40-story residential tower that will eventually replace Trump Village Shopping Center. Today, YIMBY has the first detailed images of the 430-foot-tall skyscraper at 532 Neptune Avenue and its accompanying office and retail buildings.
Construction is now underway on the top floor of the seven-story, seven-unit mixed-use building under development at 152 Elizabeth Street, located on the corner of Kenmare Street in Nolita. The progress can be seen thanks to a photo posted to the YIMBY Forums. The latest building permits indicate the project will measure 26,788 square feet and rise 85 feet to its roof, not including the bulkhead.
RiverOak Investment Corp., Azimuth Development, and the nonprofit Women in Need are moving forward with plans to build a seven-story, 17-unit mixed-use supportive project at 316 East 91st Street, in the Yorkville section of the Upper East Side. All of the residential units will be two-bedrooms and they will be geared towards single mothers who are homeless, Crain’s reported.