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Aerial view of 50 Penn at 50 Pennsylvania Avenue - Courtesy of Pennrose and RiseBoro Community Partnership

Developers Compete 50 Penn Affordable Housing Project at 50 Pennsylvania Avenue in East New York, Brooklyn

Developers and city officials recently celebrated the completion of 50 Penn, a 218-unit affordable housing property at 50 Pennsylvania Avenue in East New York, Brooklyn. Developed by Pennrose with design by Dattner Architects, the building’s residential collection includes include 56 studios, 96 one-bedroom, 48 two-bedroom, and 18 three-bedroom apartments.

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Parcel F’s Brick Façade Nears Completion in Hunters Point South, Queens

Façade installation is getting close to completion on Parcel F, a 57-story residential skyscraper in the two-tower Gotham Point development in Hunters Point SouthQueens. Designed by Handel Architects and developed by The Gotham OrganizationRiseBoro Community Partnership, Goldman Sachs Urban Investment Group, and the Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD), the 559-foot-tall tower stands adjacent to Parcel G, its 33-story, 443-foot-tall sibling. Together, the buildings will yield 1,132 rental apartments, of which 75 percent will be dedicated to affordable housing with age-restricted homes for seniors, as well as a 1,100-seat Intermediate High School built by the School Construction Authority and a 5-acre waterfront park constructed by New York City’s Economic Development Corporation. Handel Architects is the interior designer and BHDM was responsible for the model apartment interiors for the property, which is bound by Center Boulevard to the north, 56th Avenue to the east, and 57th Avenue to the west.

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Façade Work Progresses on Gotham Point’s ‘Parcel F’ in Hunters Point South, Queens

At number 30 on YIMBY’s annual countdown of the 31 tallest buildings under construction in the New York City metropolitan region is Parcel F, a 559-foot-tall residential skyscraper in the two-tower Gotham Point development in Hunters Point South, Queens. Designed by Handel Architects and developed by The Gotham Organization, RiseBoro Community Partnership, Goldman Sachs Urban Investment Group, and the Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD), the 57-story structure stands alongside its 33-story, 443-foot-tall sibling Parcel G, collectively yielding over 1 million square feet and 1,132 rental apartments. Of these, 75 percent will debut as affordable housing and age-restricted homes for seniors. The development is bound by Center Boulevard to the north, 56th Avenue to the east, and 57th Avenue to the west, and also features a five-acre waterfront park constructed by New York City’s Economic Development Corporation and a 1,100-seat Intermediate High School built by the School Construction Authority. Handel Architects is also the interior designer while BHDM was responsible for the interiors of the model apartment.

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Rendering of Gotham Point South Tower - Courtesy of VUW Studio

Residential Amenities Revealed for Gotham Point in Hunters Point South, Queens

The Gotham Organization and RiseBoro Community Partnership have revealed amenity spaces at Gotham Point, a dual tower residential development in Hunters Point South, Queens. Amenities include include a rooftop terrace, sundecks, communal lounges, an indoor-outdoor fitness center, co-working space, a children’s playroom, and an urban rooftop farm and boathouse.

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Housing Lottery Launches for 270 Units at Gotham Point South Tower in Long Island City, Queens

The affordable housing lottery has launched for Gotham Point South Tower, a 33-story residential building at 57-28 2nd Street in Long Island City’s Hunters Point South. Designed by Handel Architects and developed by Gotham Organization and Riseboro Community Partnership, the 335,000-square-foot structure contains 452 residences. Available on NYC Housing Connect are 270 units for residents at 30 to 165 percent of the area median income (AMI), ranging in eligible income from $15,806 to $244,200.

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