One Clinton Street aka 280 Cadman Plaza West recently topped out at 36 stories over Brooklyn Heights. The mixed-use residential building is being designed by Marvel Architects and developed by Hudson Companies. The 295,000-square-foot project will include 134 residential units and One Clinton Street Library, a new public library that is replacing the former Brooklyn Heights Library. The tower is situated on a triangular-shaped plot at the confluence of Clinton Street, Tillary Street, and Cadman Plaza West. At 409 feet, it is currently the tallest structure in the neighborhood.
Morris Adjmi Architects will appear yet again before the Landmarks Preservation Commission with proposals to construct a new mixed-use office development in the East Village. Located at 3 St. Mark’s Place, the property is positioned on the corner of 3rd Avenue and St. Mark’s Place. The draft proposals also include alterations to an existing structure at 4 St. Mark’s Place and the transfer of approximately 8,400 square feet of build rights to facilitate construction of the new office building.
Permits have been filed for two 14-story residential developments at 310-334 Grand Concourse in Mott Haven, Bronx. Located between East 140th Street and East 144th Street, the interior lots are one block north of the 138th Street subway station, serviced by the 4 and 5 trains. Simon Kaufman is listed as the owner behind the applications. In late 2018, JCS Realty purchased 296, 310, and 334 Grand Concourse with plans to build a 520-unit residential development.
Permits have been filed for a 13-story mixed-use building at 2815 Atlantic Avenue in Cypress Hills, Brooklyn. Located between Hendrix Street and Schenck Avenue, the corner lot is one city block south of the Van Siclen Avenue subway station, serviced by the J and Z trains. Joel Schwartz is listed as the owner behind the applications.
Among New York City supertalls expected to rise as part of the current development boom, 80 South Street has been the only major project of prominence to retain near-complete secrecy when it comes to architectural visualizations. Today, YIMBY has the exclusive reveal for the plan tentatively in the works for the site, for developer China Oceanwide Holdings, which would result in the tallest building by roof height in all of Lower Manhattan, likely approaching 1,500 feet above street level.