Residential

Demo Work Almost Done at 211 West 28th Street, Chelsea, in Preparation for 14-Story Residential Vertical Extension

The six-story, 69-foot-high walk-up at 211 West 28th Street has been reduced to two floors, as part of a vertical enlargement that would extend the building to 14 stories. Given the proposed 150-foot height, individual floors will average a generous 10’-9” from slab to slab. The new building would nearly double the 13,332 square feet of the original, bringing the figure up to 24,563 square feet. The former office floors would be replaced with 37 residential units. The project is being developed by Arker Companies, with Aufgang Architects as designer.

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Tremont Renaissance

Ground Broken for Tremont Renaissance, Major Bronx Mixed-Income Development

The Bronx is booming across all corners, and now in East Tremont, the city has officially broken ground on a major new mixed-income affordable housing development, dubbed Tremont Renaissance, at 4215 Park Avenue. Bound by Webster, East Tremont, and Park avenues, the building will rise on a 60,000-square-foot lot, containing 40,000 square feet of ground floor commercial space and 256 residential units above. Apartments will rent to individuals making between $38,100 and $76,200, and families of three making between $48,960 and $97,920; half of the units will rent to low-income families, while the other half will go to moderate-income tenants. Mastermind Development is behind the project, alongside HPD and HDC, and Joy Construction will be building it.


281 Fifth Avenue

Full Reveal For 281 Fifth Avenue, 52-Story Tower Coming to NoMad

YIMBY has covered the evolution of 281 Fifth Avenue extensively, first posting concept renderings that surfaced all the way back in 2014. Now, the full design has been posted to the site, as per the YIMBY Forums. The building is being developed by the Victor Group in joint venture with Lendlease, and it’s being designed by Rafael Vinoly. DOB records indicate it will rise 52 floors and 708 feet to its highest occupied floor, with the roof topping-out 728 feet above street level. There will be 7,927 square feet of commercial space at the base, topped by 209,417 square feet of residential space, to be divided amongst 141 condominiums. Completion is tentatively anticipated for 2018, and while the site’s old occupants have been demolished, there is currently a stop-work order in effect.


1602 East 15th Street

Three-Story, Six-Unit Residential Building Filed at 1602 East 15th Street, Midwood

Long Island-based Jonico Construction has filed applications for a three-story, six-unit residential building at 1602 East 15th Street, in southern Midwood, located on the corner of Avenue P, a block from the Kings Highway stop on the B/Q train. The structure will measure 6,787 square feet, and its residential units should average 848 square feet apiece. There will be two units per floor, and based on the average size of the apartments, they could either be rentals or condominiums. There will be three off-street parking spaces next to it. Paul Lombardi’s Brooklyn-based Design Studio Associates is the architect of record. The 38-foot-wide, 3,800-square-foot lot is currently occupied by a two-story house. Demolition permits were filed in December.


310 Canal Street

Six-Story, Eight-Unit Mixed-Use Redevelopment Filed at 308 Canal Street, TriBeCa

Trans World Equities has filed applications to redevelop the two four-story commercial buildings at 308-310 Canal Street, in TriBeCa, into a six-story, eight-unit mixed-use structure. The buildings will get a two-story, 3,554-square-foot vertical expansion. Once complete, the redeveloped building will measure 13,776 square feet. There will be 2,146 square feet of retail space on the ground floor, followed by residential units on the second through sixth floors. The units should average 1,454 square feet apiece, indicative of condominiums, and the top two floors will house two duplex apartments. Paul A. Castrucci’s Lower East Side-based architecture firm is the architect of record. The properties are located within the TriBeCa East Historic District, which means the Landmarks Preservation Commission will have to approve the expansion. Curbed NY reported on the project.


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