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New seven-story, 104-unit development slotted for 744 Bedford Avenue in Bed-Stuy



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Clocking in at approximately 103,385 square feet, the seven-story building will have 104 apartments, according to permits filed today. The development will span 17,999 square feet of commercial space and 85,386 square feet of residential space, translating to roughly 800 square feet per apartment.
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New 12-unit building slated for 44 East 132nd in East Harlem



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A new eight-story, 12-unit building is coming to a vacant lot at 44 East 132nd Street in East Harlem.

Located between Park and Madison avenues, the project will have 2,280 square feet of community facility space and 10,551 square feet of residential space, according to the plan exam application filed last week. The architect of record is C3D Architecture.
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1103 DeKalb

New 56-unit building headed for 1103 DeKalb in Bed-Stuy



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A new eight-story, 56-unit building is planned for 1103 DeKalb Avenue in Bed-Stuy.

Located on the corner of DeKalb and Malcolm X Boulevard, the mixed-use project would have about 5,905 square feet of ground-floor commercial space and 35,005 square feet of residential space, according to permits filed yesterday. That translates to roughly 625 square feet per apartment.

The building, rising 80 feet, will have bike storage and balconies on the top floors, according to the Schedule A filing.

The developer, Great Neck-based ABCNY, acquired two adjacent lots at the site for $825,000 in March. One lot is vacant, while the other is home to an auto shop. Demolition permits were filed for the existing one-story structure at 1103 DeKalb in July 2013.
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Six-Story Building Planned in East Bed Stuy



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A six-story apartment building is coming to a vacant lot at 818 Lexington Avenue in Bed Stuy, close to Broadway and the Bushwick border. The development will have 34 units spread across 23,400 square feet, according to new building applications. Jeffrey Kamen is the architect of record.
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New residential development planned for East Williamsburg



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A new five-story development is coming to East Williamsburg.
A 10-unit building will replace Chinese takeout restaurant Nine Dragons at 83 Humboldt Street, between Moore and Siegel streets.

The proposed 7,586-square-foot building would be 58 feet tall, and have two units per floor. Storage and a shared rooftop are also planned for the building.
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Developer Hopes to Close on Clinton Property, Go Residential



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New Empire Real Estate Development wants to erect a six-story (plus mezzanine) residential building at 409 West 45th Street, according to an application with the Department of Buildings.

The 66-foot tall, 12,172-square-foot building between Ninth and 10th Avenues will have 11 units, according to plans the Brooklyn-based company filed with DOB and project schematics.
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^will it have affordable units?
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^will it have affordable units?
With 11 units, and construction costs the way they are, I doubt it, unless the only affordable unit is some illegal basement apartment. If people want affordable housing, well some at least, move to the Brooklyn and Queens waterfront. They are building and in the process of developing 1000's of units. I was reading last night, that there are 8000 apartments and 5700 apartments UC in Queens/Brooklyn and Manhattan, as of this moment. That does not even include the ones in the pipeline. The city is looking to add triple that amount by this years end. The way developments are going, I could be wrong, it might be much higher. Multiple midrises, and high rises are proposed every day. And... those are just the ones I find out about. I'm probably missing a crap load more. I have a good memory so every project here is not a duplicate. What we have since I started this are 6 pages of midrises mostly, and very little lowrises. Plus, the 1st page contains posts that are very long that include a dozen or more projects each. It has to be well over 200 midrises in the pipeline right now, averaging 6-12 stories each from the date that I started it. Again, I'm probably missing a lot more in this compilation. In terms of 13 stories or greater, they too are coming in the droves. The 6600+ highrise figure of NYC will be much higher by 2015/16 when a lot of these projects will finish. Adding the supertalls, 2020 will see the figure rise dramatically.

The census will be interesting in the next couple of years. The city is adding so many residents.

When I have time, I plan to do a similar thread, but for all of Florida. We seem to forget that Florida is up there with NY state for the most highrises and skyscrapers along with mid rises and I can tell you right now, Florida is adding 100's of high rises along with buildings in the 6-12 story range and 13 stories or greater.

Also, if anybody knows about certain developments, feel free to add. Just follow the format on the first page for sake of neatness please as it helps other members learn about projects and thus for organization.

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So well done and well thought out, just trying to imagine what kind of design could replace the old standard generic rite Aid pharmacy and fit in to blend in with the overall composition of the street.
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Permits Filed: 37-14 36th Street



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The first DOB filings are up for a mixed-use development at 37-14 36th Street, in Long Island City; the site’s developer is Michael Cohen of Jans Realty, and the architect of record is Montroy Andersen DeMarco.

Permits reveal the 10-story structure will span 102,315 square feet, split between a 53,698 square foot residential component, and 48,563 square feet of commercial space. There will be 85 units, and apartments would appear likely.
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Small 13-story sliver building going up in NoMad...





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155 West 18th Street: New condo in Chelsea (between 6th and 7th Avenues)






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505 West 19th Street (foreground) + 500 West 21st Street (background): More High Line condos rising...



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27 Albany Avenue:



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The first renderings are up for a new mixed-use development at 27 Albany Avenue, in Brooklyn’s Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood; BRP Companies is developing the site, and Marvin Meltzer — now of Montroy Andersen DeMarco – is the architect of record.

Permits indicate the building will total 62,640 square feet, which will include a 6,354 square foot commercial component, and 8,630 square feet of community facility space. The remainder — measuring 47,656 square feet — will be split between 50 apartments, and the structure will stand ten stories and 100 feet tall.
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613 Baltic Street:

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The first permits are up for a mixed-use development at 613 Baltic Street, in Brooklyn’s Boerum Hill neighborhood. JDS is the developer, and VOA Associates is the architect of record.

Crain’s previously reported on JDS’ acquisition of the site, which is one of the firm’s first ventures into Brooklyn; headed by Michael Stern, the company’s more notable projects include the recently-completed Walker Tower, as well as the soon-to-be-iconic 111 West 57th Street, both of which are significantly larger than 613 Baltic Street.

Permits for JDS’ Boerum Hill site — which also has an address at 111 4th Avenue — indicate the building will span 64,770 square feet, and stand eleven stories and 119 feet tall. While the vast bulk will be residential, the project will also have a 3,211 square foot commercial component, as well as 2,310 square feet reserved for a community facility.
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505 SAINT MARKS AVENUE:
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Crown Heights is a hotbed of new development, and one of the latest additions to the neighborhood is now above street level at 505 Saint Marks Avenue. Curbed Flickr pool member Tom Giebel has been watching the site from across the street, and he shared a few photos showing the progress as of June 11. Designed by Isaac and Stern Architects and located between between Franklin and Classon Avenues, the building will rise eight stories and hold 147 rental apartments. It will also have 74 underground parking spaces, a roof deck, and recreation rooms.
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New 42-unit project bound for 810 Flushing Avenue in Bushwick

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A mixed-use, 45,000-square-foot project is in the planning stages for 810 Flushing Avenue in Bushwick.

Located on the corner of Beaver Street on the Williamsburg border, the new seven-story building will have 42 apartments. Permits filed yesterday call for 6,438 square feet of commercial space, 29,198 square feet of residential space and 9,259 square feet of community facility space. Charles Mallea is the architect of record.

The development will include a day care on the first floor, attended parking for 34 cars, 21 bike parking spots and a residential lobby. The irregular corner lot at 810-816 Flushing measures about 9,700 square feet, and the site is currently occupied by a one-story commercial building, home to two stores. The most recent retail tenants are a 99-cent store and Flushing Deli & Grill (open 24 hours, fried chicken, hot & cold sandwiches, breakfast, lunch, soda, cappuccino, coffee lotto, cigarettes, newspaper, says the awning). No demolition permits have been filed yet.
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Seems like they are promoting the deli. Maybe to snag a few extra $ before it closes?
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Revealed: 655 West 187th Street




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The first permits are up for a new mixed-use building at 655 West 187th Street, in Fort George; the recently-prolific team at HAP is the developer, and Karl Fischer is listed as the architect of record, though it appears that Karim Rashid is the design architect.

655 West 187th Street will measure 57,951 square feet, including 8,418 square feet for a community facility. The building will stand eight stories and 80 feet tall, and the residential portion of the project will be divided between 47 units.

Karim Rashid has conceived other buildings for HAP, and the first renderings for the project would indicate the designer is also involved at 655 West 187th Street, though the structure’s appearance will be a departure from his other recent creation, at 329 Pleasant Avenue.
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Summary of Mid Rises since thread Started:

As of now, NYC has about 205 midrises planned, UC, proposed, or in Demo since this thread started (Really a lot higher as its a lot of development that I might of missed, but just to give an idea of development activity when it comes to significant projects) Most of these projects are on average 7-9 stories. Very few low rises (1-4 stories), but a good 95 percent of the projects posted here are midrises. On average, there are 2 midrise proposals per day in NYC and in terms of highrise news (13 stories or greater), the proposals seem to be coming in every 3 days or so. Most of this action is occurring outside of Manhattan btw.

In terms of High rises, its a lot. Too many to count over at the Highrise Thread.
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11-30 45th Road



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The first renderings are up for a new residential project in Long Island City, at 11-30 45th Road; the site is located across the street from the John F. Murray Playground, and MoMA’s PS1 is also right around the corner. George Xu of Murray Park South LLC is the developer, and Raymond Chan is the architect of record.

Permits — which were disapproved back in February — list the 6-story development’s total scope at 22,488 square feet, and it will be entirely residential. 11-30 45th Street will be split between 24 units, and will stand 70 feet tall.
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