In an exclusive reveal, YIMBY is pleased to share new renderings of the first tower to debut at Calyer Place, a forthcoming residential complex in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. The tower at 65 Private Drive will stand 40 stories above the waterfront near the intersection of West and Oak Streets. Additional properties within the complex will include another 40-story tower, a 32-story building, and 22-story building.
Construction is nearing completion on 115 East 55th Street, an 18-story residential building in Midtown East. Designed by SLCE Architects for Zeckendorf Development, the 185-foot-tall reinforced concrete superstructure will yield 71,961 square feet and 58 units. CM& Associates Construction Management, LLC is the general contractor for the Midtown property, which is located on a relatively small plot between Lexington and Park Avenues, directly to the east of Norman Foster‘s nearly finished 425 Park Avenue.
Excavation work is moving along at 27-01 Jackson Avenue, the site of a 27-story residential skyscraper in the Court Square district of Long Island City, Queens. The 151,000-square-foot tower is being designed by SLCE Architects for Fetner Properties and Lions Group, which secured a $95 million construction loan for the development. The financial package was done under a joint venture, American Lions, LLC, with the funds provided by Bank Leumi USA, Leumi Partners, and Israel Discount Bank. Lions Group II, LLC is the general contractor for the property, which is located at the corner of Jackson and 43rd Avenues.
Construction is approaching topping out on Calyer Place, a 40-story residential tower in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. The master plan is being done by Cooper Robertson & Partners and SLCE Architects is the designer of the buildings. M&H Realty LLC is the developer of the 439-foot-tall tower will be joined by another 40-story structure and a pair of 19- and 14-story buildings. In total, the development will yield 1 million square feet with around 700,000 square feet of residential space spread across 700 apartments, as well as 10,000 square feet of commercial space, 7,160 square feet for unspecified community facility use, and over 600 parking spaces. The entire project is expected to cost $500 million. The land was once home to the historic Greenpoint Terminal Market, which suffered a ten-alarm fire in the mid-2000s and was demolished in 2017.
The affordable housing lottery has launched for 23 West Street, a 14-story mixed-use building also addressed as 40 Oak Street in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Designed by SLCE Architects, the structure yields 216 residences. Available on NYC Housing Connect are 205 units for residents at 80 percent of the area median income (AMI), ranging in eligible income from $54,583 to $103,120.