Construction is wrapping up on Six Garfield, a 12-story condominium building at 6 Garfield Place in Park Slope, Brooklyn. Designed by DXA Studio and developed by New Empire Real Estate, the structure will yield 33 units in one- to four-bedroom layouts, as well as a suite of amenities. The Aguayo Team at Brown Harris Stevens Development Marketing is leading sales and marketing and New Empire Building is the general contractor for the property, which is located at the corner of Fourth Avenue and Garfield Place.
Exterior work is progressing on The Elisa, an 11-story residential building at 251 West 14th Street in Chelsea. Designed by Isay Weinfeld Architects, the structure will yield 25 condominium units in one- to three-bedroom layouts with sales and marketing by Bianca D’Alessio, Christian Haag, and Mia Calabrese of Nest Seekers and SERHANT, with prices ranging from $1.45 million to $5 million. There will also be a four-bedroom penthouse that has yet to hit the market. Pizzarotti is the general contractor for the property, which is located on an interior lot between Seventh and Eighth Avenues, near the intersection of the West Village and the Meatpacking District.
Construction has reached street level at 1305-1307 Third Avenue, the site of an upcoming 18-story, 214-foot-tall residential building in the Lenox Hill section of Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Designed by Beyer Blinder Belle and developed by EJS Development under the 1303 Third LLC, the corner property is expected to yield 38 units and span 97,569 square feet. Triton Construction Industry is the general contractor for the project, which is located at the intersection of Third Avenue and East 75th Street. The developer purchased the 8,178-square-foot site for $32.5 million in March 2021.
A new set of renderings has been revealed for The Avenir, Silverstein Properties and Parx Casino’s bid for a 1.8-million-square-foot hotel, gaming, entertainment, and residential complex at 514 Eleventh Avenue in Midtown, Manhattan. Designed by Steelman Partners and CetraRuddy, the 46-story two-tower complex will yield 1,000 guests rooms, more than 100 affordable housing units reserved for New Yorkers, 12 full-service restaurants, an elevated 1,000-seat performance hall, and an eight-story, 600,000-square-foot podium. The project aims to create 4,000 union construction jobs, over 5,500 permanent union jobs, and billions of dollars in economic development for the state and city. The property, owned by Silverstein since 1984 and alternatively addressed as 520 West 41st Street, spans a full block between West 40th and West 41st Streets and Eleventh and Galvin Avenues, just north of the Jacob K. Javits Center. The plot has sat vacant for the last eight years, and the development team expects the project to be shovel ready upon approval.
Finishing touches are underway on the Perelman Performing Arts Center, a 138-foot-tall cubic structure in the 16-acre World Trade Center site in the Financial District. Designed by REX with Davis Brody Bond Architects as the executive architect and developed by The Perelman, the property will feature three performance spaces: the 450-seat John E. Zuccotti Theater, the 250-seat Mike Nichols Theater, and the 99-seat Doris Duke Foundation Theater. The halls can also be combined into a single 950-seat auditorium. The property is bound by Vesey Street to the north, Fulton Street to the south, Greenwich Street to the east, and Skidmore Owings & Merrill‘s One World Trade Center to the west.