Demolition preparations have begun at 266 West 96th Street, the site of a 23-story residential building on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. Developed by Fetner Properties, the structure is planned to yield 171 apartments, with 91 regular-sized homes and 80 micro units marketed to seniors ranging from 290 to 340 square feet each. Sixty-eight apartments would be allocated toward permanent affordable housing, while all residents would be provided free amenity access that includes a health club. The site is located between Broadway and West End Avenue.
Today’s housing lottery round-up features eight buildings in Brooklyn, Queens, and Manhattan with available affordable units on Housing Connect with deadlines closing within the next seven days.
Exterior work is progressing on 212 West 93rd Street, a 14-story condominium building on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. Located between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenues, the 65,000-square-foot project is designed by Eran Chen, head of ODA, and developed by Landsea Homes and Leyton Properties, which acquired the 9,000-square-foot plot from the Shaare Zedek Congregation for $34.3 million. It was last reported that the property will yield 20 units designed by GRADE New York and marketed by The Lindsey Stokes Team, a division of real estate brokerage Compass.
Construction is nearing completion on 101 West 14th Street, a 13-story residential building on the border of Chelsea and Greenwich Village. Designed by ODA New York and developed by Gemini Rosemont, the property sits at the corner of West 14th Street and Sixth Avenue and will yield 44 condominium units as well as 5,830 square feet of ground-floor retail space for two tenants. Sales have launched for the homes, which are being marketed by Nestseekers International’s Serhant Team and are expected to start at $1.35 million for one-bedroom units.
Last week TF Cornerstone and RXR Realty, development partners of the Grand Hyatt New York redevelopment in Midtown East, announced a cultural program at 175 Park Avenue with New York City-based non-profit Public Art Fund and Lord Cultural Resources. This will include public art installations, community events, and programming inside and around the Skidmore Owings & Merrill-designed skyscraper.