Per Curbed, Corigin Real Estate Group’s 17-story, 43-unit condominium building, at 20 East End Avenue, in Yorkville, is now rising and up to the second floor. Sales launched in January and 30% of the building’s units have been sold. Robert A.M. Stern is designing, and completion is expected in mid-2016.
Property owner Regina Makris has filed applications for a new three-story, two-unit residential building at 61 Remsen Street, in Dongan Hills, in east-central Staten Island. The structure will measure nearly 2,600 square feet, and Think Design Architecture is designing. An existing two-story, single-family home was approved for demolition in April.
Property owner Rafael Reihanian has filed applications for a four-story, four-unit residential building at 370 Gates Avenue, in western Bedford-Stuyvesant. The same developer filed for a similar building at the adjacent lot 368 Gates Avenue on Friday, and both buildings will measure nearly 5,000 square feet each. L&C Associates is designing, and a dilapidated two-story townhouse was recently approved for demolition.
In January, Brownstoner reported that the new two-story Whole Foods building had topped out at 242 Bedford Avenue in Williamsburg, and now Gothamist has the latest with photos of façade installation. The 50,000 square-foot building appears to have received a redesign, which notably includes a cleaner and more modern glass envelope. Aurora Capital Associates and Midtown Equities is developing, and completion is opening is expected in Spring of 2016.
Sotheby’s International Realty is marketing the five-story, 17,200 square-foot building — currently a parking garage — at 177 East 73rd Street, on the Upper East Side, for $50 million. Per The Wall Street Journal, the building is being advertised as a single-family residential conversion, which would cost a buyer an additional $9 to $20 million, and the structure was built in 1906.