Along West Broadway between Warren Street and Murray Street, a new 55,000 square foot residential project is underway at 61 Warren Street, now known as 75 West Broadway. Excavation on the northern end of the…
The Nexus Development cluster in the Lower East Side will soon have company. Permits for 167 Chrystie Street by the Arava Group have revealed a sixteen-story residential building that will separate Nexus’ rising 165 Chrystie Street from 173 Chrystie Street and the demolished 171 Chrystie Street.
Harrison North of Guyon in New Jersey is the latest project to surface as part of the Harrison Waterfront Redevelopment Plan. As revealed by Jersey Digs, the mixed-use, 20-story tower is comprised of office and retail components. Located North of the Harrison PATH station, the tower will become the town’s tallest building and include 242,276 square feet of office space, 15,027 square feet of retail, and an unspecified hotel.
Permits have been filed for a four-story residential building at 254 East 28th Street, on the border of East Flatbush and Flatbush-Ditmas Park, Brooklyn. The site is three blocks away from the Beverly Road Subway Station, serviced by the 2 and 5 trains. Twin Group Associates is behind the applications.
New permits have been filed that reveal 50 Hudson Yards will rise to be 1,011 feet tall. This brings the tower further into the supertall territory, when before it was one foot above the official minimum of 984 feet, or 300 meters. It is unclear how or if this will affect the overall design. The tower is the last of Hudson Yard’s first phase to start construction, and will coincidentally be the largest by floor area.