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First Renderings of Rabsky Group's Soaring Brooklyn Office Tower Designed by Albo Liberis
December 9, 2016
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A large Downtown Brooklyn development site at 625 Fulton Street is slated to receive one of Brooklyn’s largest office buildings. The parcel, bounded by Rockwell Place, Hudson, Fulton, and Lafayette streets, formerly held a drab, seven-story office building which Forest City Ratner razed in 2013. The lot was sold to Brooklyn-based Rabsky Group for $158 million, and a recent article from the Real Deal specifies the developer intends to build a 36-story commercial skyscraper, upwards of 700,000 square feet of leasable space. To garner a tower of that size, Rabsky is in talks with City Planning to take advantage of a plaza bonus.






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Perkins Eastman Designs New Columbia University Medical Center Building in Washington Heights
December 13, 2016
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After the opening of their striking Diller Scofidio-designed Vagelos Education Medical Center, Columbia University began considering other changes, like the replacement of their Art Deco-styled dormitory, Bard Hall.










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According to Emporis, New York City now has 297 buildings under construction!! Likely be at 300 very soon.

https://www.emporis.com/city/101028/...rk-city-ny-usa
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According to Emporis, New York City now has 297 buildings under construction!! Likely be at 300 very soon.

https://www.emporis.com/city/101028/...rk-city-ny-usa
And another 333 planned!

We are at the point of this Century to be witnessing the greatest boom since the roaring 20's. May the boom live on!
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Valyrian Capital Files Building Permits for New Chelsea Condo, KBA Tapped as Architects
December 16, 2016
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Valyrian Capital has filed permits to build 15-story, 29-unit condominium at 128 West 23rd Street in Chelsea. The ground-up development will replace a 4-story walk-up that most recently housed the King David Gallery (Gallery 23 Inc.) which shuttered last year. The 25-foot wide site was sold for $4.05 million to 128 West 23rd Street LLC last year, according to city records. Last August, 6sqft reported a new building may be in the works for the site when a conceptual design of a 15-story passive house building emerged on CastDesignStudios' Architizer page.






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Joseph Brunner and Abe Mandel’s Bruman Realty locked in a $90 million construction loan from Madison Realty Capital for a new two-building rental complex in Bushwick, sources told The Real Deal.

The developers are planning two new structures spanning 218,700 square feet and holding 232 rental apartments. The site will gain a 55-unit, 49,700-square-foot structure at 889 Bushwick Avenue and a 177-unit, 169,000-square-foot one at 340 Evergreen Avenue.
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Smile NEW YORK | Ebenezer Plaza (110 New Lots Avenue) | FT | 3 X 11 FLOORS + 1 X 9 FLOORS

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Developers have now filed applications with the Department of City Planning to rezone the two-block assemblage for a multi-building project, called Ebenezer Plaza, with a total 512 apartments, an increase of 31 units. All of the units would rent at below-market rates.

One block would feature 306 apartments spread across nine- and 11-story structures, together measuring 282,000 square feet. The second block would feature 206 apartments spread across seven- and 11-story structures, measuring 185,000 square feet, The Real Deal reported. The apartments would range from studios to three-bedrooms. The Church of God of East Flatbush will occupy 35,000 square feet of the larger building. There will also be 30,000 square feet of retail.

Brisa Builders, Procida Companies, and the Church of God of East Flatbush are the developers. Perkins Eastman is designing the project. The project will have to be approved through the city’s Uniform Land Use Review Procedure (ULURP).
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Stagg Group, which is building several market-rate projects throughout the Bronx, is also working on a partially-affordable development in Bedford Park, a working class Bronx neighborhood home to Puerto Rican, Dominican, Ecuadorian, and Indian communities.

The 13-story building will rise at 150 Van Cortlandt Avenue East, on a large, curved lot between the Grand Concourse and Moshulu Parkway. The neighborhood is an attractive place to raise a family, with Montefiore Medical Center nearby, the 4 train four blocks away at Moshulu Parkway, and Van Cortlandt Park a 15- to 20-minute walk. DeWitt Clinton High School, Bronx High School of Science, and Lehman College are all located less than a mile away.

New building applications filed last month reveal that the project will have 163 apartments. Half will rent to households earning less than 60 percent of the Area Median Income, or $48,960 for a family of three. In exchange, the property will receive a Low Income Housing Tax Credit. The remaining apartments will rent for market rates.
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I moved to live in New York, hoping to find an apartment like that. Thank you!
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Reported in the mid rise thread a year ago, and now its much taller. 280 ft at 28 floors.

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Since Fortis Property Group announced last month that it would develop the former Long Island College Hospital site in Cobble Hill without a rezoning, it has filed plans for two mid-rise buildings there. Now the Dumbo-based firm has submitted applications for a 28-story development at 339 Hicks Street, between Atlantic Avenue and Pacific Street.

The 280-foot-tall building would replace 12 stories of medical offices on the L-shaped site, which wraps around onto Pacific Street between Hicks and Henry Streets. It would hold 110 apartments and 137,351 square feet of residential space. The typical unit would measure roughly 1,250 square feet, which strongly suggests condos.


There would be a host of amenities in the cellar levels, including a pool, gym, storage, and bike parking, along with two unspecified amenity spaces on the first floor. Most of the middle floors would hold six units apiece, followed by half-floor units—some of which would have private terraces—on the 20th through 27th floors, and a full-floor penthouse on the 28th story. The 20th floor would have a shared roof terrace.

Goldstein, Hill and West Architects are designing the project.
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^ That map chris posted is all wrong.
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Red Apple Group has filed applications for a 21-story, 311-unit mixed-use building at 3514 Surf Avenue, located between West 35th and 36th streets in the western end of Coney Island. The development would encompass 432,300 square feet and rise 185 feet to its roof. It would include 22,513 square feet of retail space on the ground floor, followed by apartments across the third through 21st floors. The apartments should average 969 square feet apiece. There will be a 254-car parking garage across the cellar through second floors, with residential amenities across the second through fourth floors. Goldstein, Hill & West Architects is the architect of record. The 69,848-square-foot site, encompassing an entire block, is vacant.
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This will definitely be high rise territory based on the parcel size and the sq-ft that can be developed. Something to keep tabs on. Given that the property is 12k sq-ft, at four floors, 102k of rights could yield something nice. I'm going to speculate and say a 25 floor tower may rise with units from 2-7 million in pricing range (based on some of the recent pricing for developments in Harlem).


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Four months after buying a Harlem church for $28.5 million, Brooklyn landlord Haim Nortman has purchased 27,500 square feet of development rights from Fata Organization for $10.2 million, property records indicate. The deal, for air rights at Fata’s nearby 350-360 West 125th Street, closed on Dec. 13 and was recorded with the city yesterday.

Now Nortman can erect a building of over 100,000 square feet at LaGree Baptist Church’s former home at 362-370 West 125th Street between Manhattan and Morningside Avenues.


Charles Glatter of BSD Realty Worldwide, who brokered the air rights deal, as well as Nortman’s purchase of LaGree Baptist Church, told Commercial Observer that Nortman’s project will be commercial on the bottom and residential above. On Nov. 14, the New York City Department of Buildings approved Nortman’s application to demolish the four-story, 11,890-square-foot church.

The Real Deal reported in August that the church includes 75,099 square feet of buildable residential space. Add to that the 27,500 square feet of air rights and the new building could be 102,599 square feet.
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Yorkville's Vitre Condominium Reveals New Renderings and Teaser Site
January 4, 2017
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The first leg of the Second Avenue Subway has finally opened and is already connecting far-flung reaches of the Upper East Side with central Manhattan neighborhoods. As a result, a collection of new projects is springing up near the line’s three new stations. One of the first to come out of the ground will be Fimida Enterprises and Mink Development’s 48-unit condominium tower named Vitre. Its mid-block site at 302 East 96th Street replaces a 3-story parking garage and is located just around the corner from the subway line’s current 96th Street terminus.






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Old Posted Jan 6, 2017, 2:26 PM
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Hey Chris, why are you suspended?
Some people didn't like my views on foreign policy, so in sum, political correctness. And on top of that, I was never told why. If they didn't like what I wrote, just delete it or let me know and I'll quickly delete it.

Did you notice the massive drop in NYC thread activity in the last 3 days?

But anyways, back to the boom.

All 900'+ buildings currently rising in New York City


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This will change in 2017 as more see cranes. Looking forward to the LES towers. 2018/2019 might be the most realistic time table for those projects.
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