TRITEC Real Estate Company and Castagna Realty Co. are developing a four-story, 232,917 square-foot office building on a 9.73-acre swath of land at 3400 New Hyde Park Road, in the Town of North Hempstead village of North Hills, located in Nassau County. According to Real Estate Weekly, the developers have landed an undisclosed amount in financing, which should propel the project to its anticipated completion in 2017. The office building will serve as the new headquarters for Dealertrack Technologies. The property has since been cleared and construction is currently underway. Spector Group and Combined Resources Consulting and Design are behind the project’s design.
Excavation began in mid 2015, and in early December, YIMBY reported that construction on the 13-story, 48-unit residential building at 42-14 Crescent Street, in Long Island City, reached street level. The structure has now topped out, The Court Square Blog reports. The building will total 44,061 square feet and its residential units, which begin on the second floor, will average 816 square feet apiece. The ground floor will contain 740 square feet of retail space. Façade installation has not yet begun, but completion is anticipated sometime later this year. Meadow Partners is developing the project and John Fotiadis Architect is designing it.
Staten Island-based Keegans Construction Corp. has filed applications for four three-story, two-family residential buildings at 12-24 Norman Place, in Prince’s Bay, located on the south shore. Two of the buildings will individually measure 3,568 square feet in total and the other two will each measure a slightly less 3,443 square feet. The residential square-footage across the entire development will total 10,594 square feet, which means units will average 1,324 square feet apiece. The units will likely be geared for families and, therefore, would contain multiple bedrooms. Staten Island-based Calvanico Associates is the architect of record. The 160-foot-wide lot is currently occupied by a single-story home.
Long Island City-based Ascent Development has filed applications for a four-story, three-unit residential building at 10-27 47th Road, in the Hunters Point section of Long Island City, located a few blocks from stops on the G and 7 subways. The project will measure 5,000 square feet and all three units will be duplexes. One duplex will take the first two floors and the other two duplexes will split the upper half of the building and the roof terrace. If both floors in each duplex are calculated separately, the six individual dwellings would average 833 square feet apiece. Jorge Mastropieto Atelier is the architect of record, and demolition permits were filed for the existing two-story townhouse in November.
In late 2013, YIMBY reported on applications for New York University Langone Medical Center’s planned Helen L. and Martin S. Kimmel Pavilion hospital expansion at 400-424 East 34th Street, located on the corner of the FDR Drive in Kips Bay. Now, Tectonic has photos of the structure and it’s 12 stories above street level and rising. The new hospital wing, which will connect to Tisch Hospital, will stand 21 stories in height and measure 830,000 square feet. The medical facility will feature single-bed inpatient rooms, procedural and operative rooms, conference rooms, and amenities like children’s play areas and a café. It will also share the same support services with the rest of the campus. Ennead Architects is designing and completion is expected in 2018.