The uniquely detailed façade of 100 Franklin Street in the Tribeca East Historic District is beginning to be revealed. The residential project consists of conjoined triangular-shaped buildings on a narrow property, yielding ten full-floor residences. Half of the scaffolding and white sheathing that was covering the main eastern elevation has now been disassembled, exposing its detailed masonry craftsmanship. DDG is the architect of the project. The intricately detailed curtain wall uses hand-laid Petersen Tegl bricks. Douglas Elliman is in charge of handling sales.
Permits have been filed for a four-story apartment building at 1103 Greene Avenue in Bushwick, Brooklyn. Located between Bushwick Avenue and Evergreen Avenue, the interior lot is four blocks east of the Kosciuszko Street subway station, serviced by the J train. Arash Gilardi under the 1103 Greene LLC is listed as the owner behind the applications.
Permits have been filed for a four-story apartment building at 3525 Eastchester Road in Williamsbridge, The Bronx. Located between Chester Street and Hicks Street, the interior lot is nine blocks from the Baychester Avenue subway station, serviced by the 5 train. Genc Lakaj of L & R & G Contractors Corp. is listed as the owner behind the applications.
The condominium conversion and redevelopment of the landmarked Broad Exchange Building, aka 25 Broad Street, has officially wrapped, with sales now launching. The structure was designed by Clinton & Russell, and was once the largest office building in the Financial District and all of Manhattan, formerly serving as the headquarters of investment bank and stock brokerage firm Paine Webber. It was designated as a landmark in 2000. A total of 307 units will be created and be divided between 168 one-bedrooms, 135 two-bedrooms, and four penthouses. Prices will start from under $1 million and range from about $950 per square foot on the ground floor to $2,150 per square foot for the top floors, with LCOR serving as the site’s developer.
Developer Elk Homes recently unveiled plans to construct a new condominium residence in the village of Larchmont, Westchester. This comes in response to the local government’s encouragement of developers to invest in large-scale, mixed-use projects in the central business district.