Permits have been filed to expand a two-story structure into a four-story residential building at 923 Bushwick Avenue in Bushwick, Brooklyn. Located at the intersection of Bleecker Street and Bushwick Avenue, the lot is near the Kosciuszko Street subway station, serviced by the J train. Eran Tourgeman of TR Development is listed as the owner behind the applications.
Construction is nearing completion on Claremont Hall, a 41-story residential tower at 100 Claremont Avenue in Morningside Heights, Manhattan. Designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects and SLCE Architects and developed by Lendlease, Daiwa House Texas, and LMXD, an affiliate of L+M Development Partners, the 354,000-square-foot structure will yield 165 condominium units in one- to four-bedroom layouts as well as classrooms, office space, and faculty housing for Union Theological Seminary. Lendlease is the general contractor for the property, which is located by the corner of Claremont Avenue and West 122nd Street.
Façade work is finishing up on 439-441 West 54th Street, a seven-story residential building in Hell’s Kitchen. Designed by ODA and developed by Yaus Special Clinton District LLC, the 66-foot-tall structure will yield 28 condominium units spread across 38,850 square feet, for an average of 1,170 square feet apiece. Cornerstone Structures is the general contractor for the property, which is located between Ninth and Tenth Avenues. Brown Harris Stevens Development Marketing will be handling sales.
Permits have been filed for two four-story residential buildings at 2838-2840 Webb Avenue in Kingsbridge, The Bronx. Located between West 197th Street and Reservoir Avenue, the lots are near the Kingsbridge Road subway station, serviced by the 4 train. Eric Delafraz under the Webb Avenue 1 LLC is listed as the owner behind both applications.
The Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) has approved proposals to elevate and expand a three-story townhouse at 6 West 95th Street in the Central Park West Historic District of Manhattan’s Upper West Side. The project requires a certificate of appropriateness from the LPC before any work can begin.