Development around Union Square has always been tightly monitored, which makes any newsfor the neighborhood all the more exciting. Today, YIMBY has an exclusive first look at new renderings for 110 East 16th Street, a Morris Adjmi Architects-designed mixed-use building which hopes to rise 21 floors above ground. The City Landmark Preservation granted approval in January for the proposal, though the ULURP process is still underway. The current structure, a nine-story parking garage, may be one of the few in the area whose demolition won’t cause a stir.
KRE Group, developers of Jersey City’s Journal Squared towers, have now launched rental leasing for 485 Marin in the city’s historic Hamilton Park District. The development will yield the tallest buildings in Hamilton Park, which is more commonly known for its Victorian homes, brownstones, and tree-lined streets.
Significant progress has been made on the construction of a six-story building at 199 Montrose Avenue in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. The lot has been vacant for at least a decade, with proposals for other developments on record as early as 2008. It appears that foundation work has been started, with steel paneling raised to ground level. It does not look as though concrete has been poured yet. Ranco Capital LLC is responsible for the development.
Permits have been filed for a four-story residential building at 1043 Halsey Street in Bushwick, Brooklyn. The site is two blocks away from the Halsey Street subway station, serviced by J and Z trains, and two stops from the Broadway Junction intersection with access to the A, C, and L trains. Ronald Chien is listed as responsible for the development.
Permits have been filed for the construction of four buildings at 61, 63, 65, and 67 Thompson Street in Stapleton, Staten Island. The site is four blocks away from the Stapleton subway station, serviced by the Staten Island Railway. Eric Schwimmer is listed as behind the applications.