Construction at 200 Amsterdam Avenue is quickly rising above the surrounding rooftops. When topped out, the 668-foot-tall residential development will hold the title of tallest skyscraper on the Upper West Side until Extell‘s 775-foot tall tower at 50 West 66th Street tops out. The building is designed by Elkus Manfredi Architects, which was responsible for The Shops & Restaurants at Hudson Yards. SJP Properties is the developer while CetraRuddy is the lead interior designer. The 283,000-square-foot project, which sits at the southwestern corner of Amsterdam Avenue and West 70th Street, will yield 112 residential units.
The ABI Chelsea, aka 455 West 19th Street, an upcoming residential project between Ninth and Tenth Avenues, is nearing completion. The ten-story building is designed by Raed Abillama Architects, a Lebanon-based firm, while Paik Architecture is serving as the architect of record. The ten-unit condominium is being developed by Al Amir Holdings, which is expecting a projected sellout of $77.5 million.
Construction has kicked off at 137 Carlton Ave in Fort Greene, Brooklyn. Gama Holdings, current owners of the property, has confirmed that foundation work will wrap up this week. The company also released new renderings of the development that reveal the building’s elegant rear design, residential terraces, and a rear yard.
Sales have launched for 561 Pacific Street‘s 63 residential units in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn. The 12-story project is being designed by ODA and developed by Adam America Real Estate. The site is located on the northern corner of Fourth Avenue and Pacific Street, next to the Atlantic Avenue Barclays Center subway station with access to the 2, 3, 4, 5, B, D, N, Q, and R trains. The development is also addressed as 24 Fourth Avenue.
Demolition has begun on the building that currently stands at 10-14 West 57th Street to clear the way for a 52-story mixed-use skyscraper, according to permits filed in early February. Scaffolding has been assembled and black construction netting now shrouds the entire low-rise structure.