Last week, YIMBY posted an update with the first full renderings for 239 Tenth Avenue, a new eight-unit condominium project that’s about to begin construction on the northwest corner of 24th Street and Tenth Avenue. Now we have another set of images for the building, dubbed “The Getty,” which is being designed by Peter Marino and developed by Victor Group and Shvo.
Back in September, YIMBY reported on the first permits for 239 Tenth Avenue, a new building which is being developed by Victor Homes and Michael Shvo. Renderings were glimpsed previously, but we now have the full reveal for the 12-story building, which will have only eight condominiums.
In December, YIMBY revealed plans and possible renderings for a 51-story tower at 281 Fifth Avenue, and now permits have been filed for the high-rise condo development at the corner of 30th Street.
Lend Lease has purchased a stake at Victor Group’s planned residential development at 281 5th Avenue, in Midtown South, according to Crain’s Business. First brought to you by YIMBY last December, a 51-story, 140-unit mixed-use tower — to span 250,000 square feet and stand 750 feet — is planned for the 30th Street site. Although the size of Lend Lease’s stake is unknown, the project will total $400 million, and ground breaking is expected this year. Multiple existing low-rise structure must first be demolished, and the final design has not yet been revealed.
Even before trading from Jonathan Kushner’s KRE to Victor Homes for $99 million earlier this year, 281 Fifth Avenue has been primed for redevelopment. The assemblage includes a substantial portion of air rights that could yield a major condominium…