Tidhar Group has closed on an $80 million construction loan to complete a 52-unit condominium building at 200 East 20th Street in Gramercy Park, Manhattan. Designed by CetraRuddy, the building will top out at 210 feet and is expected to debut in 2024.
Permits have been filed for a seven-story mixed-use building at 41 North Street in University Heights, The Bronx. Located between Grand Avenue and North Street, the lot is in walking distance of the 183rd Street subway station, serviced by the 4 train. Belal Hossain of B&H Contracting Corp. is listed as the owner behind the applications.
Permits have been filed a three-story structure into a four-story mixed-use building at 285 Graham Avenue in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Located at the intersection of Powers Street and Graham Avenue, the lot is near the Grand Street subway station, serviced by the L train. Mendel Fleischman of The Garden Bond is listed as the owner behind the applications.
Excavation and piling work is progressing at 1 Java Street, the site of a two-tower residential development along the East River in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Designed by Marvel Architects and developed and built by Lendlease, which secured a $360 million construction loan at the end of 2022, the project will yield 850 rental units across the two structures, the taller of which will stand 36 stories and 445 feet tall. Aware Super is the joint developer, INC Architecture & Design is the interior designer for the public areas, and Crème is the interior designer for the townhouse units at the property, which is alternately addressed as 18 India Street and occupies a full block bound by India Street to the north, Java Street to the south, Water Street to the east, and the India Street pier over the East River to the west.
New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) and a consortium of developers have kicked off an extensive modernization project at three aging residential properties in Upper Manhattan: Audubon Houses at 1909 Amsterdam Avenue in Sugar Hill, Bethune Gardens at 1945 Amsterdam Avenue in Washington Heights, and Thurgood Marshall Plaza at 1970 Amsterdam Avenue, also in Washington Heights.