Excavation is imminent at 67 Whippany Road — in Hanover, NJ, west of Newark — for the construction of a five-story, 185,000 square-foot office building that will house the headquarters of MetLife Investments, reports Real Estate Weekly. Rubenstein Partners and Vision Real Estate Partners are developing, and they are also planning additional mixed-use buildings to built-out the 94-acre campus.
Homeless women’s non-profit WIN (Women in Need) has a new four-story office building in the works at 13 West 118th Street in central Harlem.
Owner Kevin Huynh has filed applications for a two-story, two-unit residential building measuring 2,340 square feet at 1230 67th Street, in northern Dyker Heights. Shiming Tam is designing, and an existing garage structure must first be removed.
An LLC has filed applications for three two-story, two-unit residential buildings spanning the vacant lots at 4220-4224 Hill Avenue, in the Bronx’s Wakefield neighborhood. Six units will be split across 6,540 square feet of residential space, and Sion Hourizadeh is the architect of record. The site’s single-story predecessor was demolished in 2010.
BCB Property Management has acquired two four-story apartment buildings spanning 239-245 Ocean Parkway, in northern Kensington, for $10.3 million, reports the Commercial Observer. The buildings have 32 residential units, half of which are rent-stabilized. The other 16 units are vacant. The new owner plans to renovate the buildings.