Venetian Management’s six-story, 30-unit residential building underway at 321 East 3rd Street, in the East Village, has topped out, according to EV Grieve. Cladding has yet to be installed, but the structure appears to in preparation for façade. The building will measure 23,000 square feet, which means units will average 767 square feet each, and Gerald Caliendo is designing. Completion is likely by the end of 2015.
Construction has begun to expand the existing four-story, single-unit residential building at 222 East 7th Street, in the East Village, into a six-story, eight-unit structure, EV Grieve reports. Residences will average 1,100 square feet, and Edward Guterman is the applicant of record on filings. Steven Salvesen is the property owner, and the completion date is currently unknown.
Last September, YIMBY revealed a new design for 125 Greenwich Street, a supertall planned for the corner of Thames and Greenwich Streets, just across from the new World Trade Center. Now, we have updated images of the project, which has seen significant modifications since those images were released; nevertheless, the Rafael Viñoly-designed building will still stand well over 1,000 feet in height, and is set to become Manhattan’s tallest residential tower south of 57th Street.
Back in March, YIMBY posted the first glimpse at the new condominium building coming to 555 Broome Street, in Hudson Square. Renzo Piano was recently revealed to be designing the project, formerly known as 100 Varick Street, which Bizzi & Partners, Itzhaki Aquisitions, and Michael Shvo are developing, and permits went up two weeks ago. Now, YIMBY has a new rendering of the building, giving a much better idea as to its ultimate appearance.
The amalgam of renovated St Vincent’s hospital buildings and handsome new brick that make up Greenwich Lane are slowly moving toward completion between West 11th Street, West 12th Street and Seventh Avenue. YIMBY toured the development and its supermarket-turned-sales office earlier this week, and lead architect Dan Kaplan from FXFOWLE explained the design and thought process behind the five buildings and five townhouses that make up the complex.