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Old Posted Apr 18, 2014, 2:15 PM
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433 First Avenue



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NYU’s page on the site indicates the new building will span 170,000 square feet, which permits corroborate; the structure will stand eleven stories and 162 feet tall, allowing generous ceiling heights.
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http://www.yimbynews.com/2014/04/rev...-avenue.html/1
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50 Clinton Street



Details:

1) 7 stories
2) Lower East Side

247 North 7th Street



Details:

1) Two 7 Story Properties
2)Location is in the Williamsburg neighboorhood.

31-43 Vernon Boulevard



Details:

1) 6 stories
2) Astoria-Long Island City border
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April 11, 2014
All three projects at: http://therealdeal.com/blog/2014/04/...111-west-57th/
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255 E. Houston St



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Turns out that the city approved plans for a 10-story building here back in July. According to the DOB, there will be 14 residential units here… Plans show 11,522 square feet for residential use … and 2,527 square feet for community facility space.
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http://evgrieve.com/2013/12/10-story...r-suffolk.html
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329 Pleasant Ave.



27-07 43rd Avenue



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Permits indicate the development will span 57,173 square feet, with ground floor retail to be topped by 50 residences. Floors two through nine will have six apartments each, while the penthouse level will have two units, as well as a rooftop terrace.
Packard Square West



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Permits for Packard Square West indicate that the development will measure 64,219 square feet, with all of the space devoted to residential use. The building will stand eleven stories tall, rising 100 feet above street level; the project will have 88 units in total.
8 West 70th Street



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Opposition to the development hinges on it being an “inappropriate condominium tower,” when in reality it will only stand nine stories tall, and will in fact be significantly shorter than typical buildings on West 70th Street.
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http://www.yimbynews.com/2014/04/per...-street.html/2
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URL Staten Island



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The actual buildings are relatively simple, and per Concrete, they will provide “affordable, compact yet spatial, partly furnished rental apartments,” with approximately 900 units in total. Residences will be located above the development’s 30,000 square feet of retail space, and the project will also include 600 parking spaces, which is a necessity given URL Staten Island’s relatively suburban location.
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http://www.yimbynews.com/2014/04/rev...-island.html/2
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446 West 167th Street



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Permits indicate that 446 West 167th Street will stand eight stories tall, with a total of 39 units; the development’s square footage will be divided between the residential space and additional components, with an ambulatory care center to be located on the first floor, and a ‘community facility’ set to occupy space on the second level. In total, HAP’s building will have 33,149 square feet, with the majority — measuring 25,968 square feet — to be divided between the condominiums.
The Kestrel, 33 Caton Place




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For a long time, the building rising at 23-33 Caton Place was shrouded in mystery, but recently, all of the details were revealed. It's being developed by Sam Boymelgreen, son of the infamous Shaya Boymelgreen, and it will have 126 rentals when it opens this April. DJ Associtates designed the building, now called Kestrel, and amenities include an attended lobby, attended parking, a rooftop deck, gym, lounge, storage, kid's room, and a pet spa.

350 East Houston Street




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Despite the lack of any public information, construction appears imminent, and the building will eventually stand nine stories tall.
210 East 52nd Street



Harlem Dowling



17 East 12th Street



12 East 13th Street



22 Caton Place



223 North 8th Street



181 West 126th Street

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Permits have been filed for a nine-story mixed-use building at 181 West 126th Street, on the corner of Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard; the existing low-rise is occupied by a restaurant. The architect of record is Frank Petruso, and the developer is ’2121 ACP LLC.’
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http://www.yimbynews.com/2014/02/per...street.html/5#
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