Residential

51 Jay Street

Seven-Story, 74-Unit Residential Redevelopment Tops Outs At 51 Jay Street, DUMBO

The residential redevelopment of the former three-story, 81,805 square-foot manufacturing building at 51 Jay Street, in Dumbo, has topped out, according to Brownstoner. The structure has been transformed into a seven-story building and now measures 135,658 square feet. Seventy-four condominiums units will spread across the majority of the building, measuring an average 1,815 square feet apiece, and 1,333 square feet of ground-floor retail is planned. The project includes six separate penthouses and is currently 75 percent sold with move-ins expected in mid-2016. Slate Property Group is developing is ODA Architecture is the design architect.




144 East 24th Street

10-Story, 42-Unit Residential Renovation Planned At 144 East 24th Street, Kips Bay

Slate Property Group and RWN Real Estate have acquired the 10-story, 33-unit apartment building at 144 East 24th Street, in Kips Bay, for $29 million. The 40,000 square-foot structure will be renovated and reconfigured into a 42-unit property with smaller apartments, likely to accommodate the neighborhood’s growing student population. The small ground-floor retail space will also be expanded. It is currently occupied by Ralph’s Famous Italian Ices, according to The Real Deal.


100 Vandam Street

Filings Submitted For 24-Story, 62-Unit Condo Redevelopment At 100 Vandam Street, Hudson Square

Very early this year, YIMBY brought you renderings of Jeff Greene’s planned 24-story, 62-unit residential development at 100 Vandam Street, in Hudson Square, and now the developer has filed applications for the COOKFOX-designed project. The existing six-story, 55,300 square-foot former factory building will be expanded to 156,629 square feet via a 19-story vertical extension. Of the total square-footage, 2,311 square feet of space will be designated for ground-floor retail. Condos will average a spacious 2,457 square feet each, and a duplex penthouse unit will span the 23rd and 24th floors, according to the Schedule A. The Real Deal was the first to report on the filings.


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