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Old Posted Jul 1, 2017, 3:23 PM
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The new building will have 23,668 square feet of residential space, split between 24 units, for an average size of slightly under 1,000 square feet. There will also be 5,769 square feet of commercial space at the base of the project, in keeping with the site’s Delancey Street surrounds.

SWA Architecture is behind the plans, and while the design is a rather ordinary contemporary structure, there are several perks, including full-frame windows that lack the detestable PTAC units that grace so many new rental developments in New York City. Balconies will also line the building’s eastern frontage, before receding above the 10th floor into a more narrow envelope for the two duplex penthouses.

Besides the PTAC-free exterior, the project is being built in an area where balconies are rather unusual and masonry predominates. But even with its relative break from the surrounding fabric, 86 Delancey is still a far more attractive addition than the neighboring 101 Ludlow Street, which offers a poorly-patterned and bleakly nearly-windowless take on architecture immediately next door.

Per the developer, 86 Delancey Street should be finished by the end of 2018.
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Old Posted Jul 6, 2017, 11:47 PM
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Made update to the Jersey City (6th Borough) development map on the 1st post aka directory. Last version was 8/2015. This one is from 7/5/17. Courtesy of CIA for the find.

Can use it for quick reference. Also below. Can bookmark post #944 or just go to first post.











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Old Posted Jul 8, 2017, 12:28 PM
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Developer Cottonwood Management wants to bring 27 expansive luxury condominium units to a new 40-story tower one block south of the Empire State Building, according to plans filed Thursday with the city’s Department of Buildings.

The project is the second in a luxury lifestyle brand Cottonwood has less than subtly dubbed “Echelon,” which includes a 733-unit project already underway in Boston.


The New York development, slated for 316 Fifth Avenue, would replace the 113-year-old Kaskel & Kaskel Building at the corner of 32nd Street. Plans call for what will be a slim, 535-foot tower that will hold just 59,240 square feet of space. Retail space is scheduled for the ground floor and two units on the higher floors will be two-level apartments. Amenities include terrace space, a gym and a reading room.

Cottonwood purchased the development site for $19.3 million in 2016.
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Old Posted Jul 8, 2017, 3:32 PM
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Ornstein Leyton is moving forward with plans to replace a 179-year-old synagogue on the Upper West Side with a 14-story residential building.

The project, proposed for the Shaare Zedek synagogue at 212 West 93rd Street, will include 20 condo units across 39,543 square feet and a 9,350-square-foot community facility for the synagogue on the building’s first three floors
, according to an application filed with the city’s Department of Buildings on Thursday. A call to principal Scott Leyton was not immediately returned.

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During a community board member meeting in September, synagogue president Michael Firestone said the congregation couldn’t remain solvent without partnering with a developer, DNAinfo reported. Some community members had called on the Landmarks Preservation Commission to consider landmarking the synagogue’s building, but the agency determined in October that the structure didn’t “rise to the level of an individual landmark,” according to a letter filed with the court.
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Old Posted Jul 8, 2017, 3:36 PM
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WTF thats horrible.
Yeah it does suck. Demo permits filed on 11/2016. Now normally I'm for high rises, but this is bad trade off. That 14 story structure better be super stellar. If not, it's a sacrilege.
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316 5th, now this... they can't target the shit, they have to choose the structures that deserve to be preserrved?
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How the hell does this building not get landmark status, but so much lowrise trash in the city does?
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Old Posted Jul 9, 2017, 1:53 PM
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Wow, I agree, that buliding is fantastic, shame to see it go.
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316 5th, now this... they can't target the shit, they have to choose the structures that deserve to be preserrved?
Basically 100% of the UWS looks like that, and 80-90% is landmarked.

If you want any development on the UWS, you're gonna have to accept some older buildings on less distinguished blocks getting demolished. This is certainly a less distinguished block.

If not, the neighborhood will plummet in population (because existing housing is rapidly being combined into larger spaces) and the neighborhood will get deader by the year.

Lower Fifth Ave. is largely the same. It's almost entirely landmarked, except for a block here and there, and that's where the development is happening.
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The faith-based nonprofit Volunteers of America plans to construct a 122-unit affordable housing building for seniors in the South Bronx.

Volunteers of America, an organization that focuses on issues like homelessness and domestic violence, filed plans on Friday with the Department of Buildings for a 14-story building at 112 East Clarke Place in Highbridge, close to Grand Concourse.
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The Related Cos. and Hudson Cos. have filed plans with the city's Department of Buildings for a new rental complex on Roosevelt Island.

The project will be their eighth building on the island, according to The Real Deal. They plan to build a 21-story development with 341 units at 460 Main St.

The new building is part of what will become a nine-building complex totaling 2,000 new apartments on Roosevelt Island.

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Time for an update CTBUH roster of skyscrapers planned/uc/topped out. I add these every couple of months. Last update was a while back. In NY real estate, 3 months is a long time.

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