New York

123 Melrose Street

Reveal for 900-Unit Mixed-Use Rheingold Brewery Redevelopment at 123 Melrose Street and 54 Noll Street, Bushwick

Renderings have finally been revealed for All Year Management’s mixed-use development at 123 Melrose Street and 54 Noll Street, in western Bushwick, the site of the former Rheingold Brewery complex. The multi-block project, bound by Melrose and Stanwix streets and Evergreen and Flushing avenues, will feature 800 to 900 rental apartments and tens of thousands of square feet of retail space, according to Curbed NY. It’s being dubbed Bushwick II and will encompass around one million square feet. Roughly 20 percent of the apartments will rent a below-market rates through the affordable housing lottery. The developer acquired the plot for a combined $140.7 million over the past year. ODA New York is responsible for the design. New building permits have yet to reflect the latest plans. Two sprawling, single-story warehouse structures will have to be demolished.


120 West 45th Street

Renovation Planned at Tower 45, the 40-Story Office Tower at 120 West 45th Street, Midtown

Kamber Management Company is planning a $20 million renovation of Tower 45, the 40-story, 458,446-square-foot building at 120 West 45th Street, in Midtown. The office tower will see upgrades to its 175-foot-tall outdoor atrium, the lobby, and hallways and bathroom facilities throughout, plus mechanical equipment such as elevators. The 15th, 20th, 21st, and 24th floors, which are vacant, are also being renovated, according to Commercial Observer. Kohn Pedersen Fox and Milo Kleinberg Design Associates are behind the design of the renovations. Construction is expected to get fully underway later this year, with completion scheduled for summer 2017. Tower 45, completed in 1989, was acquired by Kamber in 2015 for $365 million. Amenities include a parking garage.


5 Freer Street

Request for Proposals Issued for Mixed-Use Development Site at 5 Freer Street, Lynbrook

The Lynbrook Village Board has issued a request for proposals (RFP) for the site of the two-story Capri motel at 5 Freer Street. That’s in Nassau County on Long Island. The development goals at the site aren’t specific, but are said to mirror the village’s current downtown development vision of building more commercial space and rental apartments, according to the LI Herald. The village is also proposing to de-map Roxy Place and allow it to be built on, which would add 5,900 square feet to the development plot. The RFP requires potential developers to negotiate with the hotel’s property owner, Apple Core Hotels. Proposals are due August 31. The site is located six blocks from the nearest Long Island Rail Road station.


633 Mead Street

Three-Story, Two-Duplex-Unit Townhouse Planned at 633 Mead Street, Van Nest

Property owner Imran Iqbal has filed applications for a three-story, two-unit residential building at 633 Mead Street, located in the Van Nest section of the East Bronx. The structure will measure 3,489 square feet and the apartments should average 1,333.5 square feet apiece, indicative of family-sized configurations. They will be duplexes, with one unit located on the ground floor and part of the second, while the second will take up the rest of the second floor and the entire third. Amenities include two off-street parking spots and storage space in the cellar. Kenneth A. Koon’s Bronx-based architectural firm is the architect of record. The 25-foot-wide, 2,500-square-foot plot is vacant. The East 180th Street stop on the 2 and 5 trains is located eight blocks away.


164-39 75th Road

Two Two-Story, Two-Family Houses Coming to 164-39 75th Road, Hillcrest, Queens

TNE Building has filed applications for two two-story, two-family houses at 164-39 – 164-43 75th Road, in Hillcrest, located in Queens between the commercial centers of Flushing and Jamaica. The buildings will measure 2,970 square feet and 2,947 square feet each. Across both, the full-floor apartments should average 986 square feet apiece. Each structure will also come with two off-street parking spots, one of which will be located in a single-story garage. Pirooz Soltanizadeh’s Jamaica-based Royal Engineering is the architect of record. Jacob Ashkenazie is the property owner. The 60-foot-wide site is currently occupied by a one-and-a-half-story house. Demolition permits were filed in March.


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