Three years ago, the Tribeca Citizen spotted plans to convert the rundown industrial building at 28 North Moore Street into apartments. Now YIMBY has the first look at the revamped seven-story warehouse between Hudson and Varick Streets, courtesy of developer Valyrian Capital.
The quiet, working class neighborhood of East Elmhurst may get another new residential building, after an affordable developer filed plans for a seven-story development last week. Now applications have surfaced for a six-story mixed-use project at 32-65 107th Street, a block east of last week’s permits.
This past summer, construction kicked off on the 28-story, 370-key mixed-use building planned at 215 Chrystie Street, on the Lower East Side. Now, the project has risen to 16 floors and is beginning to emerge on the skyline, Bowery Boogie reports. Glass installation is also well underway, with the exteriors of floors two through six nearly completed. The upper portion of the tower will give way to 11 condominiums. Ian Schrager and Witkoff are developing, while Herzog & de Meuron is the design architect. Completion is expected in 2016.
In the beginning of last September, Urban Muse’s 13-story, five-unit mixed-use project at 347 Bowery, in the East Village, was a story above street level, and now the building is eight stories tall, per EV Grieve. The website has also revealed a rendering of the project, which is being designed by Annabelle Selldorf. Three- to five-bedroom condo units will range from 2,100 to 4,000 square feet, and three retail units will take up 10,800 square feet of space in a two-story base. Completion in is likely to occur in 2016.
The city’s Economic Development Corporation has announced plans to develop Downtown Brooklyn’s first new office building since the neighborhood was rezoned in 2004. The new development at 420 Albee Square will bring 400,000 square feet of commercial space to a site across the street from City Point, between Willoughby and Fulton Streets.