Tribeca Associates is currently conducting a $30 million renovation of the 47-story, 470,000-square-foot office tower, known as the Continental Bank Building, at 30 Broad Street in the Financial District. Architecture firms Montroy Andersen DeMarco and Jun Aizaki Architecture & Design are behind the renovation.
An anonymous Brooklyn-based LLC has filed applications for a four-story, 14,440-square-foot commercial-manufacturing building at 160 Dikeman Street in Red Hook. The ground floor will contain a six-car parking garage, followed by 7,070 square feet of manufacturing space on the second and third floors, and 2,867 square feet of office space on the fourth floor. The 73-foot-tall structure will be topped by a penthouse featuring a lounge with a pantry and a roof terrace. Nizam O. Kizilsencer’s Financial District-based Strata Architects is the architect of record. The 50-foot-wide, 5,000-square-foot plot is vacant.
Vacant lots are quickly becoming a thing of the past in Bushwick, as investors eye properties on blocks that were once pockmarked by the riots. Today YIMBY has a rendering for a small two-building development headed to 79-81 Stanhope Street, between Central and Evergreen Avenues.
Moinian Group knocked down a diner at 43rd Street and 11th Avenue earlier this year. Now earth movers are excavating the site to make way for a 13-story residential building, and we have photos courtesy of Tectonic.
Jamaica-based A&I Developers Inc. has filed applications for a pair of three-story, five-unit residential buildings at 21-17 and 21-19 Birdsall Avenue in Far Rockaway. The buildings will measure 5,993 square feet each and, between them, the total of 10 residential units should average 903 square feet apiece, indicative of family-sized apartments. There will be a total six off-street parking spaces, all located indoors. Barry J. Bank’s Kew Gardens-based engineering firm is the applicant of record. The 50-foot-wide, 6,750-square-foot property is vacant. The Far Rockaway-Mott Avenue stop on the A train, as well as the neighborhood’s Long Island Rail Road station, are three blocks away.