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Old Posted Jan 16, 2016, 1:25 AM
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According to the approved DOB permit, someone who purchased this property can build an 8 story, 16 unit, 15,427 square foot building (including below grade space) with 12,500 net rentable/sellable square feet.
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Old Posted Jan 16, 2016, 2:34 AM
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Each floor will have approximately three to five apartments. Amenities include a laundry room, fitness center, bicycle parking spaces for rent, tenants’ storage, eleven parking spaces, and outdoor recreation spaces including a roof deck on the top floor that tenants can reserve once a year for a private party free of charge.
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Old Posted Jan 19, 2016, 9:07 PM
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The condo at 109-15 72nd Road between Queens Boulevard and Austin Street, near the popular French bakery La Boulangerie, will offer 23 units including several one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and three-bedroom apartments, according to Tan Architect, which has designed the building.

The condo will also provide 12 parking spaces, a representative for Tan Architect said Monday.

According to information posted at the construction site, the building is slated to be completed in the fall this year.
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Old Posted Jan 19, 2016, 9:12 PM
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A 5-story boutique hotel coming to Union Street and Fourth Avenue will be a neighborhood "amenity" complete with a full-service restaurant and outdoor areas where guests and the public can eat and drink, the developers said in a letter to neighbors.

The team behind Gowanus Inn & Yard, slated to open later this year at 645-651 Union St., said the 76-room hotel will "turn dark vacant space into a well-lit and secure block," according to the letter, which was posted recently on Fourth Avenue.
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Old Posted Jan 21, 2016, 9:53 PM
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The Greenpoint residential development boom continues unabated, with Grand Street Development filing plans for its new six-story, 49-unit residential building at 848 Lorimer Street.

The building will span more than 36,000 square feet of residential space, with two apartments on the first floor, 10 units on the second floor and 12 units on each of the third and fourth floors, according to the filing. The fifth and sixth floors of the property will hold nine and four apartments, respectively.

The project promises a fair amount of residential amenities including a pet spa and 140 square feet of bicycle storage on the cellar level. The first floor will hold a 748-square-foot gym, a residential lounge and another 248 square feet of bicycle storage, and the second floor will feature a nearly 2,100-square-foot outdoor recreation area. The development will also accommodate 24 vehicle parking spaces for residents.
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Old Posted Jan 21, 2016, 10:40 PM
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Note: While those sound like super cheap rates, and they are, good luck getting one as your application goes into the void with 70,000 + applying. Such is the fate of a shitty affordable housing plan which is underwhelming in its nature.



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The affordable lottery at 1770 Madison has a deadline of January 26th,2016 for those interested. Rents for a studio or one-bedrooms are in the $800 a month range and salary requirements are between $28K-$41K a year.
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Could be a sizable development.
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The site of the proposed development is an acre-plus parcel on the southeast corner of Webster Avenue and Bedford Park Boulevard that is owned by the Botanical Garden. The property, which is across Bedford Park Boulevard from the Garden’s parking garage, is one block from the Garden’s 250-acre grounds. The Garden’s request for proposals (RFP) envisions a development that could include a hotel with a minimum of 125 rooms on the northerly portion of the site. The residential component, on the southerly portion of the site, could consist of approximately 300 apartments, with a mix of market-rate and affordable units. The development could also include 12,000 square feet or more of retail use.

The proposed development is less than a block from the Botanical Garden station on MetroNorth’s Harlem Line, which provides access to Grand Central Terminal and Midtown Manhattan in about 20 minutes. It is also a short walk from stops on the B, D, and 4 subway lines, and several New York City Transit bus lines serve the area.
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Old Posted Jan 27, 2016, 12:41 AM
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Old Posted Jan 27, 2016, 11:31 PM
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PROGRAM: Mix use 5 story rental building. Offices at Ground and 2nd floor and 3 bedroom duplexes with terraces at 3rd, 4th, 5th floors.
Connection at Ground level with 22 Marcy.
AREA: 8,100 SF
STATUS: In progress
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Old Posted Jan 30, 2016, 2:51 AM
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PROGRAM: Six duplex 4 bedroom apartments for rent with terraces over existing steel structure. New retail at ground floor.
AREA: 15,500 SF
STATUS: In progress
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Old Posted Jan 30, 2016, 2:53 AM
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PROGRAM: Eight 4 bedroom rental apartments with terraces. Offices and retail at ground floor.
AREA: 15,000 SF
STATUS: In progress
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PROGRAM: Four apartment rentals with terraces. Retail restaurant at ground floor reusing existing structure.
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Old Posted Jan 30, 2016, 2:59 AM
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The $300 million mixed-use development proposed by Starwood Capital Group of Greenwich on the former site of United Hospital is expected to give Port Chester’s economy a boost, and Joan Grangenois-Thomas wants to make sure village residents get their share.

Grangenois-Thomas is a member of Sustainable Port Chester Alliance, a coalition of residents and civic, community and labor organizations created in response to the plans submitted to the village board.

The 20-member organization that includes leaders from Human Development Services of Westchester, Communication Workers of America Local 1103, Port Chester/Rye NAACP and Building and Construction Trades Council of Westchester and Putnam counties, is seeking a Community Benefits Agreement that would ensure the village gets a fair shot at project-related construction jobs, housing and funding for its schools.

The alliance is seeking guarantees from Starwood that subcontractors would hire locally, that village schools not be shortchanged via tax abatements and traffic concerns be addressed. The Community Benefits Agreement would need to be signed by both sides.

Starwood’s project calls for a 135-room hotel, 217,000 square feet of medical office space, 90,000 square feet of boutique shops and restaurants, 500 residential units for young professionals, 230 55-and-over age-restricted housing units and nearly an acre of public open space on the 15-acre former site of United Hospital at 406 Boston Post Road, which closed in 2005. Starwood Capital Group purchased the property for $28 million in 2006.

Another provision Grangeonis-Thomas wants to see included in the Community Benefits Agreement is the guarantee that the 134 units of affordable workforce housing at 999 High St. would be replaced, if not increased. The rental building that houses former hospital workers is at risk of demolition should the project be approved, and the group is calling for 20 percent of new housing to be affordable units. Construction is anticipated to begin in 2018.
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Located in the Brownsville neighborhood of Brooklyn, the new Fire Rescue 2 facility is intended to become a tool for training, enabling FDNY Company 2, an elite force of firefighters and specialized rescue workers serving the people of New York for nearly a century, to stage and simulate a wide range of emergency conditions in, on, and around the building.
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In a city with so precious little land for development, it's ridiculous to only be able to build 3 stories in Williamsburg, 2 blocks from a subway station. And they wonder why the city has become so outrageously expensive.

Would another, say, 3 more stories really kill that neighborhood?
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