Permits have been filed for a new 10-unit apartment building at 102-37 Jamaica Avenue, in Woodhaven, Queens. The proposed development will have six stories, with community facilities on the first floor and cellar level. Located between 102nd Street and 104th Street on Jamaica Avenue, the 104th Street subway station serviced by the J and Z trains is steps away from the residential project. Vinod Monga is listed as the owner behind the applications.
Since the groundbreaking ceremony was held on September 4, 2018, NoMad’s future Ritz Carlton at 1185 Broadway has been making rapid progress. Excavation for the imminently 40-story and 580-foot-tall skyscraper has almost been finished, and rebar from the foundation walls is already poking up above street level. Designed by renowned architect Rafael Vinoly, Marriott, Ritz Carlton Hotels, and Flag Luxury Properties are the developers, while Yabu Pushelberg is the interior designer for the $500 million project.
EVE NYC, a new residential development in Manhattan’s East Village at 433 East 13th Street and 432 East 14th Street, is now in the final phases of construction. YIMBY has the exclusive look at a new set of renderings for the project, which is expected to begin leasing this month.
Back in November, YIMBY reported on demolition permits for three adjacent four-story buildings at the corner of 120-124 Lexington Avenue, in Kips Bay, Manhattan. New construction permits have now been filed for a 10-story mixed-use building at 120 Lexington Avenue. The site, between 28th and 29th streets, is located one block east of the 28th Street subway station, serviced by the 6 train. Four blocks away is Madison Square Park. Daniel Dabakaroff of Skyland Management is listed as the owner behind the applications.
Permits have been filed for an eight-story mixed-use building at 290 East 149th Street, in The Bronx. Located on East 149th Street between Morris Avenue and Courtlandt Avenue in Mott Haven, the site is two blocks west of the 3 Avenue – 149 Street subway station, serviced by the 2 and 5 trains. Peter Serpico, principal of Omnibuild, is listed as behind the applications.