Local design firm S. Wieder Architect has published new renderings of a seven-story mixed-use building in The Bronx. Located at 499 Concord Avenue in the Woodstock neighborhood, the property features a gray and red brick façade with a series of balconies and a pair of terraces for select residences.
Permits have been filed for a six-story residential building at 680 East 21st Street in Flatbush, Brooklyn. Located between Foster Avenue and Newkirk Avenue, the lot is near the Newkirk Avenue subway station, serviced by the 2 and 5 trains. Mendel Schwimmer of Rogers Builders LLC is listed as the owner behind the applications.
Work to prepare 270 Park Avenue for its demolition is continuing in Midtown East. Since YIMBY’s last update in late July, more scaffolding and netting have been installed on the lower section of the Modernist-style skyscraper. JPMorgan Chase is the developer of the project to tear down the 1.5-million-square-foot, 52-story tower and replace it with a 57-story supertall designed by Foster + Partners Architects, with Adamson Associates as the architect of record.
The 23-story reinforced concrete structure at 250 Fifth Avenue has topped out in NoMad. The 230-foot-tall hotel tower is located along West 28th Street directly adjacent to an 111-year-old McKim, Mead & White-designed five-story building with a landmarked façade. PBDW Architects and Perkins Eastman are the designers of the addition, which is being developed by Flaneur Hospitality.
Fogarty Finger Architecture has debuted new renderings of a nine-story residential building at 457 Grand Avenue in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn. The newly subdivided tax lot where the development will be located was originally designated to the Bethel Seventh-day Adventist Church, constructed in 1882. Ranger Properties was allowed to proceed with construction following a $2.1 million transfer of land rights to repurpose the church’s underutilized parking lot. The development also required an approved tax lot division, which successfully passed through the Department of Buildings in 2018.