The affordable housing lottery has launched for Sunrose Tower, a 28-story mixed-use building at 620 West 153 Street in Hamilton Heights, Manhattan. Designed by J Frankl Architects, the structure yields 238 residences. Available on NYC Housing Connect are 72 units for residents at 130 percent of the area median income (AMI), ranging in eligible income from $80,572 to $187,330.
Permits have been filed for a 21-story shelter and community services building at 215 East 45th Street in Midtown East, Manhattan. Located between Second and Third Avenues, the lot is a short walk to Grand Central subway station, serviced by the 4, 5, 6, and 7 trains. Nonprofit organization Project Renewal currently operates the City-owned women’s shelter in the seven-story building on the site. The City is using the ULURP process to deliver the site to Project Renewal, who will be the owner of the site when the financing is closed at the end of this year.
Exterior work is nearing completion on the Mandarin Oriental Residences Fifth Avenue, a 29-story residential tower at 685 Fifth Avenue in Midtown. Designed by Marin Architects and developed by SHVO in partnership with Deutsche Finance, the more than $300 million project involves the construction of a ten-floor addition above a former commercial building and the residential conversion of 100,000 square feet of its office space, and will yield 69 fully furnished condominium units managed by Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group and marketed by Douglas Elliman Development Marketing. The Rinaldi Group of New York is the general contractor for the property, which is located between East 53rd and 54th Streets.
Garden Communities will soon debut its next rental development at 35 Walnut Avenue in Clark, New Jersey. Known as Walnut Hill, the property will contain 177 apartments that range from 942 to 1,964 square feet.
Final renderings have been released by StudiosC for Brooklyn Brewery’s new flagship location at 1 Wythe Avenue in Greenpoint‘s New Greenpoint-Williamsburg Industrial Business Zone. The ground-up seven-story construction will be located four blocks north of the brewery’s current 79 North 11th Street address in Williamsburg, and is bound by Banker Street, N 15th Street, and Wythe Avenue.