Architecture firm Stephen B Jacobs Group has filed a new building application for a 21-story residential project at 145 Madison Avenue between 32nd and 33rd Streets in Midtown South.
Last week, YIMBY revealed tentative renderings for Building 1 at Riverside Center, and now plans have been filed for a third, 37-story tower in the five-building megaproject, at 400 West 61st Street.
On Tuesday. the Landmarks Preservation Commission voted to designate the former Bank of Manhattan Company Building at 29-27 Queens Plaza North, in Long Island City, as an individual landmark, preserving it for generations to come. The developer of what is expected to be the borough’s tallest building (and the new tallest building outside Manhattan), which will be next door, already plans to work with the landmark structure.
Ocean Bay Building Management has filed construction permits, reviving plans filed back in the summer of 2014, for their nine-story, 56-unit mixed-use building at 2126-2130 Ocean Avenue, in Madison (near the southern Midwood border). The building will measure nearly 53,100 square feet and includes a 510 square-foot community facility. Three two-story buildings were recently demolished to make-way for the project, and Building Consulting Engineering is the architect of record.
The Hudson Yards project has taken decades to get off the ground, but construction is well underway on the site’s first few buildings, with the superstructure for 10 Hudson Yards already making an impact on the skyline. While the Eastern railyards will be impressive in their own right, the Western railyards are a bit further down the development pipeline, but Related has created a new set of conceptual towers that illustrate their potential, posted in an update to the Hudson Yards website.