Permits have been filed for a seven-story mixed-use building at 6201 Broadway in Fieldston, The Bronx. Located at the intersection of West 251st Street and Broadway, the lot is closest to the 242nd Street subway station, serviced by the 1 train. Baki Celaj under the Mashbloc LLC is listed as the owner behind the applications.
Curtain wall installation has begun at 351 Marin Boulevard, a 383-foot-tall mixed-used development in Jersey City. Designed by Hollwich Kushner in collaboration with HLW International and developed in a joint venture between KRE Group and Northwestern Mutual, the 38-story project will yield 507 residential units, 8,000 square feet of commercial space, 203 parking spaces, and a 4,500-square-foot public plaza with a freestanding pavilion. The rectangular parcel is bound by Marin Boulevard to the east, 1st Street to the north, and Bay Street to the south, and low-rise buildings stand to the west.
Construction is wrapping up on DVORA 175, a 14-story rental building at 175 Second Street in downtown Jersey City. Designed by Fogarty Finger Architects for Shuster Development, the property features 148 apartments ranging from one- to three-bedroom layouts, many of which include a private balcony or outdoor terrace. Leasing also began recently for the development, with monthly rents starting at $2,995.
The housing lottery is now open for Nehemiah Spring Creek, two separate residential developments in East New York, Brooklyn. Developed by Nehemiah Housing Development Fund Company, a non-profit housing affiliate for East Brooklyn Congregations in partnership with Monadnock Development, the buildings in this phase yield a total 214 rentals in a mix of studios, one-, two-, and three-bedroom units. Available on NYC Housing Connect are the 214 apartments for residents with an eligible income between $18,618 to $126,900, ranging from 30 to 90 percent of the Area Median Income (AMI). The structures are part of a 45-acre development plan that brings a mix of retail, affordable apartment rentals, and townhouse home ownership.
An Environmental Assessment Statement released by the NYC Department of City Planning reveals how proposals to rezone Manhattan’s SoHo and NoHo neighborhoods could permanently alter the area. The actions aim to expand allowable residential density for multifamily buildings, spur the construction of income-restricted and permanently affordable housing, and increase available community facilities. If approved, the upzone could spur the development of more than 3,200 new apartment units, 108,000 gross square feet of retail space, and 35,000 square feet of community facilities. Estimates for residential development include up to 940 affordable apartment units.