The six-story, 53-unit supportive housing development at 437 Herkimer Street, in southern Bedford-Stuyvesant, is wrapping up construction and expected to open this summer, DNAinfo reports. The affordable housing group The Bridge will service the complex, and the building will feature solar panels on the roof and a wide range of amenities for its tenants.
Curbed has the latest renderings for the seven-story, 62-unit residential building — dubbed The Grove — currently under construction at 30-40 21st Street, in western Astoria. The project is being developed by Tsilo Group and designed by TKA Studio. Construction began in late 2013, and opening is projected for this upcoming fall.
The Real Deal reports Taconic Investment Partners has landed $200 million in construction loans for their 24-story, 392-unit mixed-use project at 525 West 52nd Street, in Hell’s Kitchen. YIMBY brought you news of the project almost exactly a year ago, and Handel is designing. Seventy-nine residential units are expected to be set aside as affordable, and the site’s former five-story structure was demolished in 2014.
Property owner Issak Tavalov has filed applications for a three-story, two-unit mixed-use building measuring 2,830 square feet at the vacant lot at 5716 New Utrecht Avenue, in southern Borough Park. Retail space will measure 850 square feet on the ground floor, and Sandor Weiss, of Gelu Durus Musica, is the architect of record.
The New York Times reports Steiner NYC is planning to redevelop the dilapidated site of Admiral’s Row, at the corner of Flushing Avenue and Navy Street at the Brooklyn Navy Yard. A 74,000 square-foot Wegmans is planned in a four-story, 126,000 square-foot building along Flushing Avenue. A 78,000 square-foot building is also being restored at the southwest corner of the site, but the majority of the other structures will be demolished. Opening is expected in 2017.