Newark Central Planning Board recently approved proposals to construct a massive three-tower residential development which will debut as ‘The Halo.’ Located at 289-301 Washington Street, the 44, 48, and 52-story towers quickly step up to a final height of 565 feet and will be the tallest standing structures in Newark, New Jersey.
Permits have been filed for two five-story residential buildings at 37-39 Meserole Street in East Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Located between South 4th Street and Lorimer Street, the adjacent lots are three blocks north of the Broadway subway station, serviced by the G train and a short walk to the Hewes Street station, serviced by the M and J trains. Jiali Zeng under the Sunny Tsang LLC is listed as the owner behind the applications.
Work is continuing on Madison House, an 805-foot-tall residential skyscraper at 126 Madison Avenue and the tallest structure in NoMad. Alternately addressed as 15 East 30th Street, the 62-story reinforced concrete edifice is designed by Handel Architects and developed by both Fosun Group and JD Carlisle. Douglas Elliman Development Marketing is handling sales and marketing of the 199 condominiums, which will sit atop an additional 7,500 square feet of ground-floor retail space.
Hudson Hill at 76 Locust Hill Avenue is poised to debut as one of the most sustainably designed affordable housing buildings in Yonkers, New York. As part of the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority’s Building of Excellence Competition, project plans were presented by developer Westhab, Inc. and Amie Gross Architects, which was awarded $1 million to complete the building.
A new world-class, science-focused public high school known as Liberty Science Center High School will soon begin construction within SciTech Scity in Jersey City. Developed under a public-private partnership between the City of Jersey City, County of Hudson, Hudson County Schools of Technology, and Liberty Science Center, the parties will share financial cost alongside philanthropic donors. The school will be built adjacent to the Liberty Science Center in Jersey City and offer science, technology, engineering, and math classes for 400 students in grades 9-12. Students will have access to a work education program with over 200 technology startup companies that will also be a part of SciTech Scity.