31 Ainslie Street: Meyer Chetrit has filed applications at 29-37 Ainslie Street, in Williamsburg, for a five-story, 14-unit residential building. The building is associated with plans for a 14-story mixed-use building with residential units, hotel rooms and retail space at 500 Metropolitan Avenue. Kutnicki Bernstein is designing, and an old single-story warehouse was demolished in 2013.
Two attached homes in the quiet little neighborhood of Kew Gardens, Queens will meet the wrecking ball for a nine-story apartment building at 82-76 116th Street.
Last December, renderings of plans for the site at 42 Trinity Place surfaced, with a design by FX Fowle. They came with news that the site could accommodate a 300,000 square foot as-of-right project. But YIMBY has now learned that the site may end up with a building in excess of one million square feet, for which we now have the first preliminary renderings.
The Rabksy Group is planning a six-story apartment building at 26 West Street, in Greenpoint. The ubiquitous architect Karl Fischer filed plans for the project in September, and now YIMBY has the site’s first rendering.
The Department of Buildings recently approved plans to transform a humble three-story brick storefront with apartments in Williamsburg into this metallic-looking six-story building. The century-old building at 555 Grand Street will expand from two apartments to 12, and gain 3,000 square feet of residential space for a new total of 8,668 square feet.