Mintz Attorneys is the latest high-profile tenant to join 919 Third Avenue, a 47-story office tower in Sutton Place, Manhattan. As its flagship New York office, the suite measures over 101,000 square feet on floors 37 through 39 and a partial concourse level.
The affordable housing lottery has launched for 152 East 116th Street HDFC, a five-story residential building in East Harlem, Manhattan. Built in 1910 and recently renovated by non-profit El Barrio Operation Fightback, the structure yields eight co-op residences and two commercial units. Available on NYC Housing Connect are seven units for residents at 90 percent of the area median income (AMI), ranging in eligible income from $70,672 to $116,010.
Façade installation is progressing on 223 West 46th Street, a 20-story Marriott SpringHill hotel in Times Square. Designed by Gene Kaufman Architects and developed by McSam Hotel Group, the project will yield 70,000 square feet and 200 guest rooms. The property is located between Seventh and Eighth Avenues and is a short walk from the pedestrian plazas and retail stores that line Times Square’s iconic intersection of Broadway and Seventh Avenue. Zhong Wang Construction Services Inc. is the general contractor.
Renovation work is progressing on The Frame Building, an eight-story commercial building at 541 West 21st Street in West Chelsea. Designed by Mancini Duffy and Pizzacora and developed by Higher Ground Development, the project involves the complete gutting and office conversion of the 65,000-square-foot former warehouse as well as a full façade replacement. The 106-year-old structure stands directly adjacent to Foster + Partners‘ 551 West 21st Street and had previously served as a storage facility and art gallery. Erbo Properties LLC is the owner, JLL is the brokerage, and Cauldwell Wingate is tasked with the new construction on the property, which is located by the corner of West 21st Street and West Street.
Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop, City Council Members, and the Jersey City Fire Department recently celebrated the commencement of construction at 627 Grand Street, Jersey City’s first new firehouse in 20 years. The 12,000-square-foot station will replace a 116-year-old decommissioned facility that was condemned after a structural collapse on the ground floor.