Permits have been filed for eight mixed-use buildings at 108-40, 108-42, 108-46, 108-50, 108-52, 108-54, 108-58, and 108-60 Roosevelt Avenue in Corona, Queens. Located between 108th Street and 111th Street, the multiple adjacent lots are two blocks from the 103 St-Corona Plaza subway station, serviced by the 7 train. John Po Sheng Hsu is listed as the owner behind the applications.
Permits have been filed for a four-story residential building at 289 22nd Street in Greenwood Heights, Brooklyn. Located between Fifth and Sixth Avenues, the lot is five blocks from the 25th Street subway station, serviced by the R train. Jeff Akerman under the 289 22nd Street LLC is listed as the owner behind the applications.
The installation of the outside envelope on all levels of “The Dime” in Williamsburg, Brooklyn is nearing the finishing mark. The topped-out, 23-story mixed-use complex is located at 209 Havemeyer Street and stands close to the elevated Marcy Avenue subway station. Fogarty Finger Architecture is in charge of designing the new building, which rises behind the 111-year-old, landmarked Dime Savings Bank, while Charney Construction & Development and Tavros Holdings are developing the 350,000-square-foot complex. Douglas Elliman is handling leasing, JLL is the commercial broker, and Ripco is handling the retail component.
Construction has topped out on 329 Broadway, a 17-story mixed-use residential tower in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Designed by Syndicate Architecture and developed by Parkview Management, the 195-foot-tall structure contains 175,000 square feet of newly built space. The development will feature 63 units, more than 59,000 square feet of retail area on the first two floors, and around 24,500 square feet of community facilities on the third and fourth floors. JLJ Capital recently provided $57 million in financing for the project.
Studio MDA will again present drawings to the city’s Landmarks Preservation Commission for a proposed alteration and vertical expansion of 85 Franklin Street in Tribeca. The updated set of elevation models and renderings reveal modifications to the building’s façade above the third floor and geometric cornice details at the roof of the structure.