Exterior work is wrapping up on Rose Hill, a 639-foot-tall residential skyscraper at 30 East 29th Street in NoMad. Designed by CetraRuddy Architecture and developed by Rockefeller Group, the 45-story project features a distinctive bronze-toned, Art Deco-inspired envelope and will yield 123 condominiums marketed by CORE Real Estate. Sales have launched for the homes, which come in one- to four-bedroom layouts and range in price from $1.385 million to upward of $19.5 million for the penthouse unit. Rose Hill’s name is derived from the former 130-acre Rose Hill Farm estate that was once part of the Midtown, Manhattan neighborhood.
Construction has topped out at 219 Hudson Street, a ten-story mixed-use building in Hudson Square. Designed by Rawlings Architects and developed by the Joel Braver, the project will yield 14 residential units, ground-floor retail space, and a community facility. The site is located at the crossroads of Broadway and Canal Street, just to the west of the entrance to the Holland Tunnel.
Renderings from Yagudayev Architecture Studio offer a first glimpse of 107 Schaefer Street, a new six-story rental building in Bushwick, Brooklyn. Developed by Ben Sadykov under the 107 Schaefer LLC, the building will comprise just over 14,000 square feet, with roughly 10,400 square feet designated for residential use.
The affordable housing lottery has launched for 2004 Davidson Avenue, a six-story residential building in Morris Heights, The Bronx. The 24,768-square-foot development was designed by Asher Hershkowitz Architect and yields 34 units. Available on NYC Housing Connect are 11 units for residents at 80 to 130 percent of the area median income (AMI), ranging in eligible income from $39,703 to $159,640.
New renderings from Michael Muroff Architect reveal Armature, a seven-story residential building at 64-08 Wetherole Street in Rego Park, Queens. Developed by Tahoe Development, a local real estate investment entity, the structure features an exposed concrete frame that visually and structurally links the ground-floor planters, residential balconies, and rooftop trellises. Many of the building’s floor-to-ceiling windows are recessed behind the structural forms offering a sense of modesty from within and industrial minimalism from the exterior vantage.