Residential

Renderings Revealed For The Treadwell At 249 East 62nd Street on Manhattan’s Upper East Side

YIMBY has an exclusive set of new renderings from DBOX for The Treadwell, a 28-story, 347-foot-tall residential tower under construction at 249 East 62nd Street in the Treadwell Farm Historic District of Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Designed INC Architecture & Design and developed by Dart Interest, the topped-out Art Deco-inspired building will yield 66 condominium units in studio to three-bedroom layouts with prices ranging from $1.1 to $4.5 million. Brown Harris Stevens Development is managing sales and marketing for the homes, SLCE Architects is the executive architect, CM & Associates is the general contractor, and Zeckendorf Development is the co-manager of the project, which rises from an L-shaped plot by the corner of Second Avenue and East 62nd Street.

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Preliminary rendering of 111 Washington Street, formerly 8 Carlisle Street

Developer Secures $48M Loan for 64-Story Skyscraper at 111 Washington Street in the Financial District

Grubb Properties has closed on an $86 million loan to construct a residential skyscraper at 111 Washington Street in Manhattan’s Financial District. The development was originally addressed as 8 Carlisle Street and was expected to top out at 50 stories. Updated plans specify a 64-story tower with more than 326,000 square feet of interior space.

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Construction Rises on Two-Building Complex at 218 Front Street in Vinegar Hill, Brooklyn

Construction is rising on 218 Front Street, a seven-story two-building residential complex in Vinegar Hill, Brooklyn. Designed by S. Wieder Architect and developed and built by Chess Builders, the project will yield 218 rental apartments with 66 affordable housing units, as well as 350 square feet of commercial space and 180 square feet of community space. The site is bound by Front Street to the north and York Street to the south, and was formerly occupied by a one-story industrial warehouse and an open-air lumber yard.

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