New York Landmark Preservation Commission

Updated renderings of 56 Middaugh Street proposed in December 2020 - Pratt + Black Architects

LPC Again Rejects Proposals for Three-Story Townhouse at 56 Middaugh Street in Brooklyn Heights

The Landmarks Preservation Commission has again rejected proposals to construct a new three-story townhouse at 56 Middaugh Street in Brooklyn Heights. Designed by Pratt + Black Architects, the three-story townhouse would redevelop a partially vacant lot that is sandwiched between an existing single-story garage and another three-story, albeit shorter, single-family townhouse.

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Rendering of 1501 Broadway office spaces - MKDA

Newmark Reveals Next Phase of Upgrades for The Paramount Building at 1501 Broadway in Times Square

Newmark has revealed a new collection of architectural renderings that illustrate the next phase of upgrades to The Paramount Building at 1501 Broadway in Times Square. In collaboration with Rosemark Management, Levin Management, and interior architects MKDA, the upgrades include Class A office suites ranging in size from 1,000 square feet up to 45,000 square feet, new corridors, and sweeping views of the New York City skyline.

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53 Pearl Street Awaits Renovation and Expansion Work in DUMBO, Brooklyn

Work has yet to commence at 53 Pearl Street in DUMBO, Brooklyn, where BKSK Architects has designed a multi-story rooftop expansion for the landmarked 140-year-old Italianate-style building. Located between Plymouth Street and Water Street, almost directly to the east of the Manhattan Bridge, the structure was once a factory for the Masury Paint Company and was transformed into rental apartments several years ago.

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Proposed zoning in SoHo and NoHo, Manhattan - NYC Department of City Planning

City Proposals to Rezone SoHo and NoHo Under Further Review in Environmental Assessment Statement

An Environmental Assessment Statement released by the NYC Department of City Planning reveals how proposals to rezone Manhattan’s SoHo and NoHo neighborhoods could permanently alter the area. The actions aim to expand allowable residential density for multifamily buildings, spur the construction of income-restricted and permanently affordable housing, and increase available community facilities. If approved, the upzone could spur the development of more than 3,200 new apartment units, 108,000 gross square feet of retail space, and 35,000 square feet of community facilities. Estimates for residential development include up to 940 affordable apartment units.

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