A new affordable housing project for seniors is now open at 11 Park Drive in Wyandanch Village, a 40-acre master-planned community in Suffolk County, Long Island. Developed in partnership by Albanese Development Corporation and Selfhelp Realty Group, the five-story building features 64 apartments for seniors 62 years and older, all designated for households earning at or below 70 percent area median income (AMI).
Permits have been filed to expand a four-story structure into a six-story building at 304 East 52nd Street in Turtle Bay, Manhattan. Located between First and Second Avenues, the lot is near the Lexington Avenue/53rd Street subway station, serviced by the E and M trains. Remy Issembert of Issembert Companies is listed as the owner behind the applications.
Foundation work is progressing at 346 Kent Avenue, the site of a pair of residential towers in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Designed by Ismael Leyva Architects and developed by Two Trees, the project is known as Site D in the Domino Sugar master plan from SHoP Architects and James Corner Field Operations and will consist of 36- and 31-story towers rising from a shared eight-story podium. 346 Kent Construction is the general contractor for the property, which is bound by Kent Avenue to the east and River Street and Domino Park to the west. An adjacent landscaped public plaza will be built to the north between 346 Kent Avenue and the former Domino Sugar Refinery at 292 Kent Avenue.
Work is nearing completion on 204-210 Elizabeth Street, a six-story commercial complex in Nolita, Manhattan. Designed by Manuel Glas Architects and developed by 201-210 Elizabeth St. LLC, the 58,390-square-foot project involves the renovation of a four-story structure at 210 Elizabeth Street, renovation and one-story expansion of 204 Elizabeth Street, and the construction of a new central volume between them. The combined complex will yield ADA-accessible office space on the upper levels and ground-floor retail space. Hudson Meridian Construction is the general contractor for the property, which is located between Stanton and Rivington Streets, directly across from Elizabeth Street Garden.
After years of meticulous planning and construction, the renovated David Geffen Hall is now open at Lincoln Center and will serve as the permanent home for the New York Philharmonic and its schedule of programming for the 2022-2023 season.