Construction activity is underway at 519 West 29th Street in Chelsea, where a ten-story residential building is set to rise. Developed by Churchill Real Estate and Six Sigma with Rand Engineering and Architecture as the architect of record, the 135-foot-tall structure will yield 56,160 square feet divided among 60 condominiums. The site is located between Tenth and Eleventh Avenues on the western side of the High Line.
The Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) has approved proposals to renovate a three-story townhouse at 370 Adelphi Street in Brooklyn’s Fort Greene Historic District. Drawings submitted to the LPC only specify alterations at the rear of the property with a rooftop addition and do not propose any changes to the face of the structure along Adelphi Street. The building was purchased by Sarah McNally, the founder of McNally Jackson Books, for around $2.53 million in 2019.
Permits have been filed for a 30-story mixed-use building at 60 Norfolk Street on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. Located at the intersection of Broome Street and Norfolk Street, the interior lot is across the street from the Essex Crossing project. Nearby is the Delancey Street subway station, serviced by the F, M, J, and Z trains. Gotham Organization is listed as the owner behind the applications.
The superstructure of 555 West 22nd Street appears to have topped out near the Chelsea waterfront. Designed by Robert A. M. Stern Architects and developed by Related Companies with SLCE Architects as the architect of record, the 26-story condominium building now stands about 300 feet tall. The 250,000-square-foot project is located along Eleventh Avenue between West 22nd Street and West 23rd Street and will yield 141 units, averaging around 2,245 square feet apiece.
The Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) has approved plans submitted by CTA Architects to partially replace the existing stairway in front of New York City Hall. Located within a wedge-shaped plaza between Broadway, Park Row, and Chambers Street, the historic structure was originally completed around 1812 and serves as the seat of the New York City government.