Taron Walworth LLC has filed for two more four-story, six-unit residential buildings at the vacant lots at 214 and 218 Walworth Street, in northwestern Bedford-Stuyvesant. The same developer filed applications for two similar buildings at Nos. 212 and 222 yesterday, and each building will measure nearly 4,000 square feet. Julien Flander is designing, and former two-story structures were demolished at both 214 and 218 Walworth in 2006.
After obtaining $1 billion in financing, HFZ Capital Group has closed on the development site at 76 11th Avenue, or 518 West 18th Street, in West Chelsea. The lot comes remediated and vacant, and it’s one of the most expensive acquisitions in New York’s history, according to The Real Deal, clocking in at $1,100 per square-foot.
An LLC has filed applications for a new six-story, 10-unit residential building at 516 Herkimer Street, in south-central Bedford-Stuyvesant near Atlantic Avenue. The building will measure 11,810 square feet, and Platonic Solids Architecture is designing. An existing single-story structure must first be demolished; demolition permits have yet to be filed.
The Calicchio family is marketing the five-story, 41,000 square-foot parking garage at 56 North Moore Street, in Tribeca, as a redevelopment site for $88 million. The property comes with an additional 3,000 square feet of air rights, per The Real Deal, and the garage would probably be converted into luxury residential units. Avison Young is marketing the property.
The 29-story, 470,500 square-foot office building dubbed 7 Bryant Park at 1045 6th Avenue, in Midtown, is wrapping up construction, per The Wall Street Journal. Exterior cladding is complete, and interior modeling is underway to accommodate the building’s owner, The Bank of China Ltd., which paid nearly $600 million for the Pei Cobb Freed & Partners-designed building in 2014. Construction began in 2013, and Hines and Pacolet Milliken Enterprises served as the tower’s developers.