Residential

160 West Street

Interior Renderings Revealed for 160 West Street, aka The Gibraltar, in Greenpoint

Greenpoint’s current construction boom will soon yield a forest of new towers along the waterfront, but the neighborhood’s smaller infill development has also been significant. One such project in the latter category is 160 West Street, aka The Gibraltar, which has progressed quickly through the development pipeline, with permits first filed back in September of 2014. Early renderings were revealed by YIMBY in April, followed by a better look in June, and now we have interior images for the building.

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A view of 481 Midland Avenue from the street, rendering by AB Architekten

Designing a Resilient Home in Staten Island After Hurricane Sandy

When a storm surge slammed into Aimann Youssef’s house on Midland Avenue in Staten Island during Hurricane Sandy, he was devastated. Nearly three years later, the 45-year-old Syrian immigrant is taking steps to rebuild his house at 481 Midland Avenue, even if he can barely afford it. Tribeca-based AB Architekten, headed by Alex Blakely, created a simple, modern design for the two-family home.

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690 Bushwick Avenue

Six-Story, 20-Unit Residential Building At 690 Bushwick Avenue Revealed, Bushwick

Over a year ago, Williamsburg-based Marc Realty Holding NY filed applications for a four-story, eight-unit residential building at 690 Bushwick Avenue, in northern Bushwick. Since then, the project increased in scope, and now a six-story, 20-unit building is underway, per DNAinfo. The building will measure 14,274 square feet in total, and units will average nearly 715 square feet apiece. Reportedly, the building is under construction, featuring a façade made of wood and metal. BMG Design Build is the architect of record.


21-30 44th Drive

Eight-Story, 74-Unit Residential Building Filed At 21-30 44th Drive, Long Island City

Miguel Oks, of Greenpoint-based Planet Partners, has filed applications for an eight-story, 74-unit residential building at 21-30 44th Drive, in Long Island City, adjacent to subway stops for the E, M and 7 trains. Per The Court Square Blog, the building will measure 99,980 square feet in total, and units will average a condo-sized 1,350 square feet apiece. Aufgang Architects is designing. The former single-story warehouse building was demolished this past summer, although the three-story building at 21-42 44th Drive is also included in the assemblage.


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