Permits were previously filed for a new hotel development at 38-65 11th Street on the periphery of Long Island City back in 2014, but the site has appeared stalled since then. Despite the lack of follow-up at the Department of Buildings, YIMBY now has a reveal for the design, which will result in one of the more attractive new hotels coming to the neighborhood.
Back in 2015, Tishman bought a nine-story parking garage at 110 East 16th Street, next to Union Square, for $35 million. Now, YIMBY has the reveal for its imminent transformation, which will result in an attractive 21-story condominium building designed by Morris Adjmi.
UPDATE: According to the developer, JEMB Realty, the below represents the latest iteration of the design of 420 Albee Square when it was with KPF Architects. KPF is no longer the architect on record and the developer will be introducing a new architect and concept soon.
The development site at 420 Albee Square has seen several twists and turns, with initial plans for the assemblage consisting of a 65-story tower that would have risen almost 700 feet. That iteration was shelved by the end of 2015, when YIMBY reported on a height chop down to 35 floors. By the end of last year, we had additional confirmation of what was happening thanks to the EDC’s continued efforts, with a rendering by Kohn Pedersen Fox finally appearing. Now, YIMBY has the official reveal for the project.
YIMBY previously reported on preliminary plans for a new mixed-use development coming to 22-43 Jackson Avenue, in Long Island City, Queens, back in April of 2016. Now, we have the first rendering of the project, which is being developed by the Feldman Family’s Circle F Capital.
The Brooklyn waterfront is now booming across several neighborhoods, with Greenpoint among the areas seeing a substantial amount of progress. YIMBY previously revealed preliminary designs for the building coming to 13-15 Greenpoint Avenue, and now we have the updated renderings, as the project continues making its way through the planning process.