Construction is set to resume at 50 West 66th Street, the soon-to-be tallest skyscraper on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. Progress had been stalled on the 775-foot-tall residential tower until recently, when a joint venture was formed between Extell Development Company and global investment entity Tennor Holding B.V. to complete the project. Snøhetta is the designer of the 69-story structure, which will eventually eclipse the parapet of the neighborhood’s current title-holding skyscraper, 200 Amsterdam Avenue.
Demolition is continuing at 1841 and 1845 Broadway on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, where a 24-story mixed-use building is planned to rise. Scaffolding and black netting completely shroud 1841 Broadway, and it appears that the neighboring structure at 1845 Broadway has been partially razed. Both properties are owned by Global Holdings Management Group and Ancora Engineering is listed as the applicant of record on demolition permits, which were filed late last year.
Renderings have been released for Six Garfield, a 12-story condominium building at 6 Garfield Place on the rise in Park Slope, Brooklyn. Designed by DXA Studio and developed by New Empire Real Estate, the project will contain a mix of one- to four-bedroom residences and a glass-enclosed penthouse unit.
Permits have been filed for a four-story mixed-use building at 168 North 10th Street in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Located between Bedford Avenue and Driggs Avenue, the lot is three blocks north of the Bedford Avenue subway station, serviced by the L train. Yisroel Greenfeld is listed as the owner behind the applications.
Steiner Studios has partnered with Dattner Architects to complete a 500,000-square-foot productions studio at Bush Terminal in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. The new facility will arrive as Steiner Studios’ second New York City outpost and its first in the “Made in New York Campus,” which is expected to open in 2021.