A piece of old New York is set to be replaced by something new. On Tuesday, the Landmarks Preservation Commission approved a proposal to demolish the three-story structure at 25 Bleecker Street and replace it with a six-story (plus penthouse) mixed-use building with three residential units.
Last fall, DNAinfo reported Lambert Houses, a sprawling subsidized housing project in the West Farms section of the Bronx, would be demolished and replaced with new affordable housing. Now, those plans are coming to fruition, and new building applications have been filed for 18 stories of apartments at 984 East 180th Street.
On Tuesday, the Landmarks Preservation Commission approved a proposal to convert a piece of the Greenpoint Savings Bank site at 807 Manhattan Avenue to residential use. The site is also bound by Cayler Street and Lorimer Street and sits in the Greenpoint Historic District.
Jamaica’s development boom is moving south of the Long Island Rail Road yards and into the relatively forgotten area near the Van Wyck Expressway. Yesterday, YIMBY noticed plans for an unusual hotel-residential project at 143-18 Liberty Avenue, along an industrial and highway-like stretch of eastern Queens.
Developers Elberon Development Group and the Avidan Group have broken ground on a 90,000-square-foot warehouse and distribution facility at 925 Julia Street, located within Elizabeth, New Jersey’s northeastern industrial section near Newark Liberty International Airport. The structure will have two 45,000-square-foot units, featuring 36-foot-tall ceilings, up to 24 loading docks, and an 80-trailer parking lot. Pilot Freight Services has already signed a 45,000-square-foot lease in the building, according to Law.com. The site – bound by Julia Street, Henry Street, and Fairmount Avenue – has largely sat long vacant. Completion is expected in September.