With completion imminent, Halstead Property has launched a teaser site and released new renderings of 138 North 10th Street in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Designed by Morris Adjmi Architects, the warehouse-inspired residential building stands six stories tall, and nine spacious condominiums are located within.
A new nine-story residential building is coming to the intersection of Gateway Boulevard and Mott Avenue, at 1403 Gateway Boulevard, in Far Rockaway, Queens. Frank Monterisi of Greenport Land Acquisition is the developer. The site is currently a fenced-off open space, and will require no demolition permits.
New permits have been filed for a four-story hotel at 1998 Webster Avenue, in The West Bronx. Located on the corner of main thoroughfare Webster Avenue and Alden Place, this site is close to Richman Echo Park. The lot is about three blocks from the Metro-North Tremont train station, and a 10 minute walk from the Tremont Avenue subway station, serviced by the B and D trains. Samir Patel is responsible for the development, who previously filed for permits for this site in 2016.
Amazon has officially revealed its plan to develop a second headquarters along the East River banks of Long Island City, Queens. The “HQ2” corporate complex will span multiple lots and structures on Vernon Boulevard, from 44th Road, all the way to 46th Avenue.
Today YIMBY has an update on progress, or lack thereof, for 303 East 44th Street, situated along East 44th Street between First and Second Avenues in Midtown East, which is tentatively set to stand 600 feet to its rooftop. The tower is being designed by ODA Architects and developed by Triangle Assets, with 44 condominiums spanning between 1,000 to 2,000 square feet apiece. Renderings were revealed nearly three years ago in 2015, however, since then, there has been no clear progress. The site is still home to two small red buildings, one of which is four stories tall, and the other standing three stories. It is unclear when they will come down, but it is most certain that they are still standing.