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Old Posted May 13, 2015, 9:54 AM
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Kahen Properties has filed plans for a 21-story building at 145 Madison Avenue in NoMad, according to a permit application filed with the city’s Department of Buildings Tuesday.

The filing shows the new 210-foot development, between East 31st and East 32nd Streets, would feature 71 apartments over 56,618 square feet of residential space, as well as 2,477 square feet of commercial space in the building’s cellar and first floor. It does not specify whether the project is a rental or condominium building.

The second floor will house a single apartment and 1,612 square feet of recreation space for residents, according to filings, with four apartments on each of the third through 15th floors and three units on each of the 16th through 21st floors. Permits have yet to be filed to demolish the existing six-story office building at 143-145 Madison Avenue.
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Earlier today, a new building application was filed for a 14-story mixed-use building at 142 West 29th Street, roughly halfway between Sixth and Seventh Avenues in Chelsea.

Designed by Young Ho Kim of Concept Design Group, the project would have 37 apartments spread over 26,690 square feet of residential space, for an average unit size of just 720 square feet—likely rentals. The ground floor would hold 3,200 square feet of ground floor retail, topped by two to three apartments per floor through the 13th story. On the top two floors, there would be two duplex penthouses and a roof deck.

Rising 185 feet into the air, the new building would likely surpass its 12-story neighbors on either side, which are large prewar industrial buildings converted to office space.

This building will need zoning approval from the Board of Standards and Appeals (as the application notes), because the site is zoned only for manufacturing and commercial uses.
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Reminder from Chris:

1) The latest high rises you see have just a pic of the site, and no rendering. These are mostly permit related. ONCE a rendering comes along, I will reference it to the original post. Hence why I am big on titles so that its easy to locate using a database. I do the same for mid/low, so rest assured, you will in the future see renderings for such projects.

2) I knitpick the info, so I only place in quotations the important stuff. For the full article on many, its in the source, but all you need is what I post. Rest is bs that's usually unrelated. These threads should serve as an encyclopedia on all the latest developments.

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Old Posted May 18, 2015, 8:37 PM
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Note: This high rise is under construction and as of 5/18/15, is on the 2nd floor.
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One of a slew of rental-to-condo conversions on the Upper East Side, East 62nd Street's The Wellington (not to be confused with Wellington Tower, 20 blocks north), now just going by 200 East 62nd Street, just launched a teaser site. Although no new renderings are currently available, the developers have released some details about the project. The conversion is being spearheaded by Greenwich Village-based architects Messana O'Rorke and will consist of 115 condos ranging in size from one- to five-bedrooms. The units will start at $2.12 million and occupancy is slated for fall of this year.
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YIMBY has the first look at yet another tower set to rise in Long Island City, and this time it’s a 13-story rental building planned for 41-18 24th Street, between 41st Avenue and the Queensboro Bridge approach.

Developed by Lions Group NYC, the building will reach 120 feet into the air and have 87 apartments. With 66,256 square feet of residential space, the average apartment will measure about 761 square feet, a typical size for rentals.

Apartments will begin on the second floor, with 7 units, followed by nine units a piece on floors three through 10, and four units each on the 11th and 12th floors. On the ground floor, there will be a 21-space parking garage, 45 bike storage spaces, a screening room, billiards room, children’s play room and a gym.

Tom Mui of My Architect, headquartered in Flushing, is designing the project.

Ramin Shirian, Vice President at Lions Group, told us that they broke ground two weeks ago and expect to finish construction by the end of 2016 or the beginning of 2017. Pricing isn’t available yet, but Modern Spaces will handle the leasing.

The developer picked up the 14,175-square-foot plot, which used to be a low-slung factory, for $2,575,000 in 2012. The location is quite convenient, since it’s only a block or two from all the trains at Queensboro Plaza and four blocks from the Queensbridge F stop.

This will be the firm’s fifth condo development in Long Island City, joining projects at 44-15 Purves Street, 44-27 Purves Street, 10-50 Jackson Avenue and 47-34 11th Street.

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Thanks for the update. Also don't forget the smiley in the title because NYC deserves the smiley, as it is the superior city.

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Project: 88-90 Lexington Avenue (Conversion)



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NoMad, don't count on those tiny penthouses. HFZ Capital is chugging along with the condo conversion of two rental buildings at 88 and 90 Lexington Avenue, and the marketing team sent over the first look inside the revamped buildings, which will no longer feature the most oxymoronic type of apartments, studio penthouses. The animated teaser site and press materials say there will be one- to four-bedroom apartments, as well as a collection of townhouse and penthouse units. The project, located between 26th and 27th streets, consists of a 13-story building and a 19-story building that are being billed as a "happy pairing" of "pre-war loft living" and "the modern archetype."

The buildings will share a lobby and 8,000-square-foot amenity space. It's unclear how many condos will be created in the conversion, but no. 88 previously held 177 rentals. It was previously thought that this development would have "more approachable prices," but since HFZ ditched the studios, perhaps they will just be regularly expensive. Sales start next week.
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For some reason the edit failed but inserted it under the title. From now on will remember to put it where it belongs
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The 123-foot-tall building doesn’t have the most exciting design, but it will still improve this highway-like and industrial stretch of road along Sunnyside Yards. This little micro-hood, Dutch Kills, was rezoned from industrial to mixed-use in 2008, but 37-14 36th Street looks to be the first residential project in the works for Northern Boulevard.

A car dealership, Silverstar Motors, currently occupies the property and will will take up most of the first two floors in the new building. Apartments will be stacked on top, ranging from 12 units on the third floor to only two units on the 10th floor. There will be 85 apartments spread across 66,721 square feet of residential space, for an average unit size of 784 square feet.
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This mixed used of hotel and residences will features a 116 key hotels, 91 condominiums serviced by the hotel, retails and 2 floors community facility units. This will bring conveniences and cater to demands of today. The floor area ratio is 205,350 sq. ft. include 2 levels of cellar parking.

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Project: Mausoleum high-rise (1532 Madison Avenue)

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A New York real estate company is seeking funding for a new kind of high-rise in the heart of Manhattan: a mausoleum for the deep-pocketed deceased.

United Realty is organizing a $20 million offering for qualified investors who'd like to get in on the ground floor of 1532 Madison Avenue — a 10-story tomb for the wealthy, located in East Harlem, according to a confidential memorandum obtained by InvestmentNews. The proposed building will be located at Madison Avenue and 104th Street, near Central Park and the Lexington Avenue subway.

United Realty is a privately held firm that invests in and develops real estate properties, provides strategic advice to clients on complex real estate transactions, and through affiliates, sponsors and advises real estate investment trusts, according to its website.

The memorandum describes a “proposed high-rise mausoleum development” that “includes a stately lobby with reception/event space and areas of worship for various faiths.” Indoors, the space commands a net square footage of 45,413 square feet. The plot of land where the building is to be constructed has an acquisition price of $15 million, plus $5 million more for closing and predevelopment expenses. The entire project is expected to cost $60 million.

The burial vaults at 1532 Madison Avenue are expected to have a minimum of 2,900 crypts and 5,200 niches for funerary urns. A final resting place for the well-heeled will start at $40,000 for crypts and $8,000 for niches, but average prices are expected to top $65,000 for crypts and $17,000 for niches, according to the memorandum. United Realty projects a total sell-out of $284 million and an expected equity profit of $106 million, or about $5.3 million per $1 million invested, according to the memorandum.
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I have heard through a couple close sources that Madison Square Garden might be making a partnership with Delta Air Lines. With that, they are saying Delta is wanting to have the naming rights to the arena but is still willing and wanting to incorporate the MSG name into the building if they can make a deal. If this happens, I can see the name being something along the lines of, Delta Arena at Madison Square Garden. Or maybe Delta Center at Madison Square Garden.
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HIGHRISE SET 2014/15 PART #1:

NEW YORK | 88 Schermerhorn Street | FT | 20 FLOORS
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88 Schermerhorn Street

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Last year, Second Development Services paid $11 million for a four-story, turn-of-the-century walk-up at 88 Schermerhorn Street, between Court Street and Boerum Place in Downtown Brooklyn. By November, demo permits had been filed, and now plans are in the works to build a 27-story condo development on the site.

A new building application filed on Friday calls for just 23 apartments spread across 39,040 square feet, for a spacious average unit sized at 1,697 square feet. Apartments will begin on the third floor, and each floor will hold one condo until the 25th and 26th floors, which will be one duplex apartment. The penthouse duplex will have its own private roof deck, and an apartment on the third floor will get a terrace as well.

The building will rise 280 feet into the air on the 33-foot-wide site, which is currently home to one of three connected barrel-front apartment buildings. It looks like the other two buildings at 82 and 86 Schermerhorn will remain, since neither has changed hands in the last 15 years.

The developer is able to build tall because the property sits just inside the Special Downtown Brooklyn District, where zoning encourages high-density residential and commercial development and generally doesn’t require parking.

The architect of record is Think Architecture and Design, who have worked on Pratt’s Myrtle Hall in Clinton Hill and the Chinese-developed Oosten condos on the South Williamsburg waterfront. SDS, based around the corner on Remsen Street in Brooklyn Heights, is also developing the 29-story Vos Hotel at 95 Rockwell Place and a 14-story tower at 285 Schermerhorn Street.

Curbed was the first to write about the permits, which went up Friday afternoon.


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The Roth-led real estate investment powerhouse Vornado Realty Trust is in contract to lease the Prince Lumber site at the southwest corner of Ninth Ave. and 15th Street, just north of the Apple store, The Post has learned.

Vornado, along with Aurora Capital Associates, headed by Bobby Cayre, have inked a long-term lease for the manufacturing-zoned site and will bring it from wood to wow with a prominent, new approximately 12-story office and retail building.

Justin DiMare of NGKF Capital Markets, who represented the Prince Lumber owners in their upcoming relocation to West 47th Street, and had advised on the redevelopment of the 61 Ninth Ave. site, was marketing it to developers, sources said.
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Fred and Alex Ohebshalom’s Empire Management plans to bring a 23-story hotel to 250 Fifth Avenue in NoMad, The Real Deal has learned.

A permit application for the project was filed Tuesday with the city’s Department of Buildings. The Midtown-based developer will add to the existing McKim Mead & White-designed, landmarked five-story office building on the corner of West 28th Street.

The hotel, which does not yet have a brand, will occupy the landmarked structure and the new building, Alex told The Real Deal. The filing shows a restaurant on the first and second floors, but plans are not yet nailed down, he said.

As part of the project, the square footage on the lot will expand from 38,185 square feet to 106,278 square feet.

The company paid $15 million for the property in 2013 and the office building was designated a landmark in 2010. Perkins Eastman is the architect of record, the document shows. Empire Management owns roughly 100 Manhattan residential buildings, Alex said.

Its sister company, Pink Stone Capital, which is run by Richard Ohebshalom, is working on a 429-unit tower in the Financial District at 111 Washington Street, having scrapped plans to sell the site.


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General News: New York City now number one in North America for new residential construction

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New York City now has more multi-family units under construction than any city in North America, bringing Toronto’s reign over urban construction to an end. According to BuzzBuzzHome’s most recent development numbers, New York City outpaces Toronto by 701 residential suites, with 38,815 multifamily units under construction compared to Toronto’s 38,114 units.

Although the gap between the two cities may not seem substantial, it indicates that in the midst of Toronto’s multi-year development boom, New York has seen a steady growth of multifamily unit construction – an indication of the city’s recovery from the housing market downturn.

“The decline and resurgence of construction in New York City is something we’ve kept a close eye on over the past five years,” said Matthew Slutsky, president and co-founder of BuzzBuzzHome. “A city’s construction numbers are a reflection of a stable and growing economy. Toronto has led in the construction sector for years, despite the fact that New York City has a population more than three times that of Toronto.”

According to our Market Snapshot tool, which measures real estate development data in over 25 markets across North America, Toronto continues to lead in units per capita, with 1.46 homes under construction in Toronto for every 100 people, vs. 0.46 for every 100 people in NYC.

While Toronto wins out in units per capita, NYC wins when it comes to height. The five tallest buildings under construction in NYC will all stand taller than Toronto’s tallest project under construction, Number One Bloor which will be 844 feet. Also despite being only slightly behind in total units under construction, Toronto only has 129 projects under construction compared to 339 in New York City, which reflects the smaller unit sizes in Toronto. Almost 40 percent of new condo units under construction in NYC have over three bedrooms, whereas in Toronto only 6 percent of units have three bedrooms.

Toronto is also more focused on projects in the downtown core, with 51 percent of units under construction in the downtown area, vs. 36 percent of units under construction in NYC’s Midtown and Downtown Manhattan neighborhoods. In terms of popular neighborhoods, Long Island City is the top neighborhood for new construction in NYC, whereas the Entertainment District comes out on top in Toronto.
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