A new rendering has been revealed for the highly-anticipated Long Island College Hospital redevelopment, dubbed River Park. The final tower for the project, 5 River Park, located at 347 Henry Street, is slated to be a fully residential building. The structure will rise 15 stories and offer up 91,000 square feet of space. The lot is part of the larger project being developed by Fortis Property Group, and will spread across the Cobble Hill neighborhood of Brooklyn.
A proposal been submitted to the Landmarks Preservation Commission by PMA Architecture for 449 Convent Avenue, in Upper Manhattan. The site is currently occupied by the right-most unit of a group of six brownstones. This particular structure has been marred from fire damage and requires remediation. The proposed rehab of the structure would replace and update the lot with a 54-foot-tall, five-story building, rising 10 feet higher than its adjacent counterparts.
Permits have been filed for a four-story residential building at 215 Putnam Avenue, in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn. The site is seven blocks away from the Franklin Avenue Subway Station, serviced by the A and C, and also the final stop for the S train. Brooklyn-based Corner Realty Group will be responsible for the development.
Permits have been filed for two three-story residential buildings at 33 and 41 Idaho Avenue, in Prince’s Bay, Staten Island. The site is five blocks away from the Pleasant Plains Train Station, serviced by the Staten Island Railway. Idaho Custom Builders, locals to the area, will be responsible for the development.
An updated design has been submitted to the Landmarks Preservation Commission for 312-322 Canal Street, in the West Tribeca Historic District. The site is currently occupied by a two-story retail space, owned by the developer, Trans World Equities. An initial design proposal was submitted in 2011 by Paul A. Castrucci Architect, but was denied by the LPC after being deemed too bland for the area.