Brownstoner has reported that the four-story, 70,000+ square-foot warehouse building at 22 Quincy Street, in Clinton Hill, has been purchased by an unknown buyer for “around $30 million,” also speculating that the building is primed for a residential conversion, given the property is already overbuilt.
Prolific affordable housing developer L+M Development Partners have released a rendering for their newest project at 260 West 153rd Street in Harlem, a seven-story building with rents aimed at low-income families.
Despite flooding and complaints from angry neighbors, Lightstone has pushed forward with its nearly 700-unit mega development at 363-365 Bond Street along the Gowanus Canal.
Development has been picking up quickly in the Broadway Triangle, and today we have the first look at another project coming to the Williamsburg neighborhood, at 311-313 Wallabout Street.
The Court Square Blog reports the 10-story, 40-unit mixed-use development at 42-60 Crescent Street, in Long Island City, has topped out, “and crews have begun façade work.” The building’s retail space will total 2,309 square feet, and completion is expected by the end of this year.