Permits have been filed for a four-story residential building at 146 Erasmus Street in East Flatbush, Brooklyn. The site is two blocks away from the Church Avenue subway station, serviced by the 2 and 5 trains. A decent amount of commercial retail is just a block away, along the Church Avenue and Nostrand Avenue thoroughfares. Herman Kaufman is listed as responsible for the development.
It’s been three months since we got a first look at what’s coming to 11 Hoyt Street in Downtown Brooklyn. Now, construction is starting to rise above street level. The latest images from Tectonic reveal that the building has reached its sixth floor, just shy of one-eighth of the eventual total floor count. At this point, no elements of the distinctive design from the renderings are visible. The 51-story condominium tower is being designed by Studio Gang, a Chicago-based firm. This will be their first residential building in New York City.
The NYC Ferry system has announced two expanded routes which will now include the Lower East Side, Manhattan, and The Bronx. The expanded service arrives as a joint initiative with The New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) and Hornblower, a private cruise and charter company that operates NYC’s ferry network.
Permits have been filed for a fourteen-story assisted living facility at 1622-1632 York Avenue in Yorkville, Manhattan. The site is just one block from Carl Schurz Park, home to the Gracie Mansion, the official home of the Mayor of New York City. Two avenues away is the 86th Street subway station, serviced by the N and Q trains. The Engel Burman Group is behind the applications.
Located between George Street and Melrose Street along Wilson Avenue in East Williamsburg, a new 5,464 square foot apartment building is slated to rise four stories, including a sub-level and a rooftop, containing eight two-bedroom apartments. The property is located just off of Flushing Avenue, not too far from the Jefferson Street subway stop on the L Train, as well as Knickerbocker Ave & Central Avenue on the M Train. The owner and developer is Chaim Landau.