Residential

New Renderings Revealed for KPF’s 520 Fifth Avenue Supertall in Midtown, Manhattan

New renderings have been revealed for 520 Fifth Avenue, a 76-story residential supertall skyscraper under construction in Midtown, Manhattan. Designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox and developed by Rabina, which took over from Ceruzzi Properties and SMI USA in 2019, the 1,000-foot-tall structure will span 415,000 square feet and yield 100 condominium units and commercial space on the ground floor and four cellar levels. WSP is the structural engineer, DeSimone Consulting Engineers is the façade consultant, Charles & Co. is the interior designer, and Suffolk Construction is the general contractor for the property, which is located at the northwest corner of Fifth Avenue and West 43rd Street, one block north of Bryant Park.

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Existing Sears facility, via Google Maps

Construction Loan Secured For 2366 Bedford Avenue in Flatbush, Brooklyn

A $140 million construction loan has been issued for a new seven-story residential development located at 2366 Bedford Avenue in Flatbush, Brooklyn. The loan was issued by SCALE Lending to Clipper Equity, the project’s developer. It marks a continuation of SCALE Lending’s aggressive financing strategy and pushes its 2024 transaction volume to over $400 million in loans provided.

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New Renderings Revealed For Wynn Resorts At Phase Two Of Hudson Yards 

Wynn Resorts revealed a series of new renderings for its proposed casino and hotel location within phase two of Hudson Yards. Developed with Related Companies, the master plan, expected to cost $12 billion, consists of multiple skyscrapers that will additionally yield space for 1,500 apartments, two million square feet of office space, a public school, and a daycare center. The master plan is slated to rise directly west of the first phase of Hudson Yards over the 13-acre open-air Western Rail Yards bound by West 33rd Street to the north, West 30th Street to the south, Eleventh Avenue to the east, and West Street to the west.

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