Crain’s Business reports Nicholas Cammarato has placed the development site at 215 Schermerhorn Street, in Downtown Brooklyn, on the market for nearly $30 million. TerraCRG is marketing the property, which can accommodate a 140-foot-tall, 75,000 square-foot residential building or hotel. A four-story structure has already been demolished.
An LLC has filed applications for a four-story, four-unit mixed-use building measuring 13,510 square feet at 202 North 10th Street, in northern Williamsburg. The building will be an expansion of the existing single-story warehouse, but the property is also being subdivided, and at 210 North 10th Street, a separate four-story, two-unit mixed-use building will measure 6,755 square feet. In total, six residential units will be spread across 12,080 square feet, and three storefronts will split another 7,960 square feet. KMP Design and Engineering is designing.
Pinnacle Group and Plymouth Group are partnering to develop a mixed-use building which will span the entire block of 1609-1623 Unionport Road, in Parkchester, and the block is currently occupied by one- and two-story commercial buildings. At least 310,000 square feet of development rights exists, and the owners are planning to demolish the entire block. No timeline has been disclosed, and no permits have been applied for, per The Real Deal.
The East River waterfront is booming with new development from Brooklyn up into Queens, and YIMBY now has a closer look at the first building planned to rise at Hallets Point, in Astoria. The Durst Organization and Lincoln Equities are developing the project, which was approved last year, and Dattner is designing.
Northern Greenpoint is developing faster than any neighborhood in Brooklyn, and the latest property to sprout a new building is 77 Clay Street between Manhattan Avenue and McGuiness Boulevard, where permits were filed last fall.