Demolition is complete at 111 Willoughby Street, the site of a 40-story residential tower in Downtown Brooklyn. Designed by GF55 Architects and developed by The Michaels Organization, Triangle Equities, and Geolo Capital, the 437-foot-tall structure will yield 205,000 square feet with 227 rental units, a 20,000-square-foot ministry center for the St. Boniface parish, and 1,814 square feet of commercial space. ZDG is the general contractor for the property, which is located by the intersection of Willoughby Street to the south and Duffield Street to the east.
The Brodsky Organization has leased all available apartments at ‘Plank Road,’ the latest residential building within the Pacific Park mega-development in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn. Designed by Marvel Architects, the 27-story building is located at 662 Pacific Street and offers collection of 312 mixed-income apartments, amenity spaces, and ample outdoor space.
Permits have been filed for a four-story residential building at 2621 Grand Avenue in University Heights, The Bronx. Located between West 192nd Street and West Kingsbridge Road, the lot is two blocks west of the Kingsbridge Road subway station, serviced by the 4 train. Franc Gjini of 2625 Grand Avenue Corp. is listed as the owner behind the applications.
Exterior work is wrapping up on The Hendrix, a 41-story residential tower at 331 Marin Boulevard in downtown Jersey City‘s Powerhouse Arts District. Designed by Marchetto Higgins Stieve and developed by The Albanese Group, the 400-foot-tall structure will yield 482 units, 121 parking spaces, a 125-seat theater, and 14,000 square feet of amenities. Hatfield Group is the façade consultant for the project, which is alternately addressed as 184 Morgan Street and is bound by Marin Boulevard to the east, Morgan Street to the south, Grove Street to the west, and Bay Street to the north.
Permits have been filed for an eight-story residential building at 104 Frost Street in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Located between Meeker and Manhattan Avenues, the lot is within walking distance of the Graham Avenue subway station, serviced by the L train. Yisroel Greenfeld is listed as the owner behind the applications.