146 Linden Boulevard has now topped-off in Flatbush, Brooklyn. The seven-story building will contain 18 rental-sized apartments measuring 705 square feet apiece. Above the second floor, select residences will include outdoor balcony and terrace areas. In total, the building measures 12,696 square feet.
Permits have been filed for a six-story building for the Chinese Christian Herald Crusade, a Queens-based social service organization. The religious immigrant outreach firm will be creating a center at 132-62 Pople Avenue in Flushing, Queens. The firm purchased the location from developers Lux Pople LLC in May 2017 for $1.6 million.
News about the supertalls rising in the city is pouring in, including 111 West 57th Street’s ascent past the 1,000-foot mark and YIMBY’s exclusive reveal about the possible revival of Foster + Partners’ design at 200 Greenwich Street. For today, we turn back to Midtown with an update for Central Park Tower, the tallest building under construction in the country. Extell Development Company and the Shanghai Municipal Investment Group are responsible for the project.
A tipster’s photos of the impending 10-story residential project at 80 Adams Street in Dumbo, Brooklyn shows progress on the foundations, which are now being poured and laid with concrete and rebar. 165 units will occupy a site that previously featured a Jehovah’s Witness parking garage. The site was bought for around $60 million and is currently owned by Jeffrey Gershon of Hope Street Capital. ODA is the designer of the new building, which will eventually rise 120 feet above the streets below, and contain nearly 186,000 square feet of interior space. Triton Construction Company is the general contractor.
Permits have been filed for a six-story mixed-use building at 43-20 52nd Street in Sunnyside, Queens. The site is half a block away from the 52nd Street Lincoln Avenue subway station, serviced by the 7 trains. Angelo NG & Anthony NG Architects will be responsible for the design.