190 Bowery is on its way to a rebirth. The building that sits at the corner of Bowery and Spring Street will once again become an office building with ground floor retail, but will keep the graffiti that has accumulated over the years, thanks to approval from the Landmarks Preservation Commission.
Construction is chugging along at the massive Greenwich Lane complex, where Rudin Management and Global Holdings are building out five townhouses and five condo buildings on the site of the former St Vincent’s Hospital in the West Village.
The site at 70 Charlton Street in Hudson Square has seen several proposed configurations, but it appears that Extell has finally settled on two 21-story towers as depicted in the most recent zoning diagrams, which are now accompanied by renderings from the project’s teaser website.
Zar Property NY is planning to expand the five-story, 45,000 square-foot building at 38 Greene Street, in SoHo, by two stories and 12,000 square feet. Per The Real Deal, the new space will accommodate a commercial-condo penthouse, featuring 4,000 square feet of private outdoors space.
Commercial Observer reports that owner Bahram Benaresh plans to convert the currently vacant six-story building at 175 Franklin Street, in Tribeca, into luxury residential units with ground-floor retail space. Industrial and Commercial Bank of China has refinanced a $10.3 million loan for the property, and a construction time has not been disclosed.