L+M Development is nearly finished demolishing J&R Music and Computer World’s former flagship at 23-32 Park Row in the Financial District to make way for a 54-story residential tower, and we have the first rendering of the planned skyscraper.
A small lot in Brooklyn’s Fulton Ferry Historic District is on its way to a change of use. On Tuesday, the Landmarks Preservation Commission approved changes that will allow the former gas station at 14 Old Fulton Street to become a restaurant.
The monolithic, dark glass office tower at the corner of Madison Avenue and 46th Street is being stripped of its dreary facade, partially demolished, and rebuilt with new floors. The block-long structure at 380 Madison Avenue will be reborn, taller and more translucent, as 390 Madison Avenue in 2018.
Back in September of 2015, YIMBY revealed a rendering of the 17-story, 39-unit residential building planned at 269 West 87th Street, on the Upper West Side. A new, close-up rendering and additional details have now been revealed in a Curbed NY update. The 115,884-square-foot building, being dubbed The Chamberlain, will house apartments ranging from two- to five-bedrooms. The residential units should average a spacious 2,574 square feet apiece, and will include townhouse and penthouse configurations. Amenities will include a central garden, a lounge, a library, a fitness center, a children’s playroom, a multi-purpose sports court, storage for 39 bikes, and an underground parking garage. Quadrum Global and Simon Baron Development are the developers, and have a 99-year lease on the site. FXFOWLE Architects is behind the design. Demolition permits were filed back in 2015 for existing three- and seven-story parking garages, but the structures have not yet been razed.
In 2014, investors Issac Chetrit and Charles Aini acquired, for $268 million, the 24-story, 415,000-square-foot multi-use commercial building at 1412 Broadway and the three-story, 7,000-square-foot retail property at 1420 Broadway. The buildings are located at the corner of West 39th Street. Now, the property owners have disclosed plans to redevelop the three-story retail building into a roughly 15-story, 80-key hotel, The Real Deal reported. The 2,286-square-foot property can accommodate up to 34,290 square feet of commercial development. The existing property is triple-net leased through 2020, which means construction won’t begin until the lease expires and the tenants vacate the premises. The eventual hotel building will connect to the retail component of 1420 Broadway through the ground floor. Plans have not yet been filed with the Buildings Department.