Construction at 282 Elbert Street in Bushwick, Brooklyn has nearly wrapped following some minor scheduling delays earlier this year. The project was originally anticipated to be complete this past summer.
Permits have been filed for a new six-story residential building at 670 Union Street, in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Gowanus. The site is between 4th Avenue and 5th Avenue, and sits half a block away from the Union Street subway on the R train. The new structure will rise from a lot that is currently home to a pair of two-story buildings, 670A and 670B Union Street, and William Caleo of 668-670 Union LLC is listed as the developer.
Peering through the thick, green fence netting that surrounds the site of 9 DeKalb Avenue, one can now see the foundations for the imminently-1,066-foot-tall residential supertall making progress. Large hollow steel pilings crowd the northern perimeter of the construction site, waiting to be lodged into the ground with the giant piledriver being put to work by several construction workers spotted on site. The 73-story tower is being designed by SHoP Architects and developed by JDS Development and Chetrit Group.
Falcon Pacific Builders has revealed the latest set of renderings for a new, mixed-use development on the rise in Astoria. The corner property is located at 28-16 21st Street, and will eventually contain 50 rental units, including 10 permanently affordable homes.
Permits for six connected addresses have been filed for a new project spanning from 86-07 to 86-17 Kingston Place. Frank J. Quatela Architects, P.C is heading design for all of the new residential structures, located in the Queens neighborhood of Jamaica Hills, between Henley Road and Highland Avenue. Several single-family homes currently exist on the lots, for which demolition permits have not yet been filed.