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Some projects being developed and recently finished:

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21 Broom Street:



The Badge 10-55 46th Road:



353 Fourth Avenue:




557 Atlantic Avenue:



East View Condominiums 10-40 46th Road:



122 Vanderbilt Avenue:



372-380 15 Street:




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The subject development site will be delivered with DOB approved plans for 31 residential units at 25,000 gross square feet. A 421(a) tax abatement will be secured for the next 15 years, minimizing your operating costs significantly. Ideally situated on Ocean Avenue, just south of Prospect Park between Church Avenue and Albermarle Road, this offering presents one of the only development sites on the corridor. The Q & B subway lines are 2 blocks away at Church Avenue with direct access to Downtown Brooklyn and Manhattan in 20 minutes. The site sits just 3 blocks from Prospect Park, allowing for convenient access to Prospect Park Lake and other park amenities.
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A huge vacant lot on Franklin Avenue between Myrtle and Willoughby Avenues in Bed-Stuy will be vacant no longer. Adam America Real Estate is constructing an 80,000-square-foot rental building that stretches from 168-180 Franklin. DNAinfo first spotted the renderings last summer, and the most recent permits were approved by Department of Buildings just last month. Isaac and Stern designed the rather boring five-story slab, which will hold 118 rental apartments and 59 parking spaces.
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Permits were recently filed for a 67-unit apartment building at 533 Bay Street in Stapleton, on Staten Island. Today, we’ve got a rendering, courtesy of Arker Companies, which is developing; Aufgang is the architect. As noted previously, the apartments will span nearly 60,000 square feet .
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Essex Crossing Park

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A 15,000-square-foot park stretching along Broome Street between Suffolk and Clinton streets will be one of the first projects to break ground in the giant Essex Crossing development, and details of its design were unveiled last night.

After gathering community feedback on initial designs earlier this year, landscape architects West 8 appeared before a Community Board 3 subcommittee to present their latest drawings. The park is expected to begin construction in March 2015 and be completed in two years.

The plan calls for a “relaxing neighborhood amenity with passive uses” that offers a “green oasis in the city,” representatives from the firm told committee members and an audience of citizens gathered in a meeting room at Sara D. Roosevelt Park.

Designers have incorporated comments and concerns they heard at a previous committee meeting in March, as well as a public visioning session held in May after committee members urged the Essex Crossing developers, Delancey Street Associates, to solicit more input from the future park’s neighbors.

The new designs depict a linear park that is 35 percent planted with native species of trees, shrubs and bedding plants, arranged in a way to create individual “coves” that can be used for multiple purposes, said Claire Agre, who gave West 8′s presentation. One of the areas will offer a play space designed especially for children 2 to 5 years old, while another will be anchored by a large, fixed communal table that seats about 10 people.

There is plenty of seating built into the plan: in addition to the large table, there will be smaller, portable tables and chairs, as well as bench seating along the perimeter, both with and without backs.

“One of the most important reasons people come to parks is to sit and look at other people, and to be with other people,” Agre said.

Another fixed component of the park will be a kiosk with rotating exhibits and information about the neighborhood. (An original proposal to have a kiosk serving food and drink has been dropped.)
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357 West Street | 12 FLOORS

Herzog & de Meuron-Designed Condo Coming To West Street




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Herzog and de Meuron's newest addition to New York City will be an curvaceous 12-story condo building at 357 West Street on the corner of Leroy Street. The starchitect firm was confirmed for the project in March, and now New York YIMBY has the first renderings of the development. The building will hold 88 units, and the swooping facade appears to be made of concrete, which seems likely since Herzog and de Meuron's other New York projects—the Jenga-like 56 Leonard and recently-revealed 215 Chrystie Street—also feature concrete exteriors. Along West Street, the sidewalk will be widened and the ground floor will feature plantings, and a column of terraces runs up the building's eastern edge along Leroy Street. Ian Schrager is the developer—he's also working with the firm on 215 Chrystie—and a tipster told YIMBY that the building should be complete in 2017.
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38-51 and 38-55 11th Street | 14 and 16 FLOORS | 158 FT and 179 FT

38-51 and 38-55 11th Street:




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While Court Square and Hunters Point are undergoing a building boom due to their residential rezoning during the 2000s, the area north of the Queensboro Bridge — formerly called Ravenswood, now considered southern Astoria — is also seeing a surge of activity, though with hotels rather than apartments.

According to building permits filed on Friday, another 203 rooms will soon join the neighborhood, at 38-51 and 38-55 11th Street. 38-51 will stand 14 stories and span 51,327 square feet; next door at 38-55, a 16-story, 67,077-square foot twin will also rise, each with about the same number of rooms. Between the pair, only nine parking spaces would be built in an enclosed garage.
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Note: Average floors tend to be 6-8 for a lot of these projects.

Mid Rise Set:

As usual significant ones get own post; Some various developments in the past week or so. Really shows off the construction boom when it comes to midrises/some low rises.

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20 Jefferson Street:
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Bleeker LLC has filed applications to construct a four-story and eight-unit residential building of 6,177 square feet at 20 Jefferson Street, in Bushwick. Emergency demolition of the lot’s two-story predecessor was ordered after a fire, and has since been approved; Banji Awosika is designing.
324 20th Street:
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An anonymous LLC has filed applications to construct a four-story and seven-unit residential building of 10,016 square feet at 324 20th Street, in South Slope. Demolition permits for an existing two-story structure have yet to be filed; Marin Architects are designing.
579 Hart Street:
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An anonymous LLC has filed applications to construct a three-story and two-unit residential building of 3,274 square feet at 579 Hart Street, in Bushwick. The lot — located at the northern corner of Evergreen Avenue and Hart — is currently vacant.
83 Grand Street:
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Applications have been filed to construct a three-story and two-unit residential building of 3,086 square feet at the vacant lot of 83 Grand Street, in Williamsburg.
Queens:
95-24 150th Street:
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L&B Management Inc. has filed applications to construct a five-story and 46-room hotel of 12,573 square feet at 95-24 150th Street, in Jamaica. The lot was originally home to a one-story brick structure, but demolition permits were approved in February; M.S. Savani Architects are designing.
125-12 31st Avenue:
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GCG LLC has filed permits to begin “structural work in conjunction” with a previously filed application to construct a two-story warehouse of 80,376 square feet at 125-12 31st Avenue, in College Point. The block-spanning lot is vacant; JWC is designing.
22-22 Steinway Street:
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GG Stein LLC has filed applications to construct a four-story and six-unit residential building of 5,000 square feet at 22-22 Steinway Street, in Ditmars Steinway. A two-story wood-framed structure must be demolished before construction can begin, and NDKazalas Architecture is designing.
330 Himrod Street:

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Developer ASH NYC has plans to salvage and renovate the existing four-story brick structure at 330 Himrod Street, in Bushwick. ASH will also replace adjacent one-story buildings with horizontal expansions of the existing center building; the scope of the project totals 70,000 square feet.
44-18 Purves Street:

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The vacant lot of 44-18 – 44-22 Purves Street — owned by “Purves Development LLC” — has seen little activity until recently. The development site was approved for a construction fence back in April, but no other permits have been submitted. Construction crews are now “placing rodent abatement on the site,” possibly signaling that work is imminent.
485 Hudson Avenue:

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Demolition of the seven-story, 359,000 square-foot structure at 485 Hudson Avenue, in Fort Greene, is almost finished. Forest City is keeping plans for an apartment building under the radar; new building permits have yet to be filed.
37-10 Crescent Street:

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Ranger Properties has partnered with Sagamore Crescent LLC to purchase a one-story, 18,000 square-foot warehouse for $6.5 million. Located at 37-10 Crescent Street in Astoria, “the buyer plans to build a residential development” which could rise between seven and nine floors.
2 Fillmore Place:

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Martin Finio — of Christoff : Finio Architecture — has proposed “a three-story preschool with a rooftop play area” for the vacant lot of 2 Fillmore Place, in Williamsburg. The 77-student school would be clad in “primarily glass and Douglas Fir wood, with a brick exterior over the stairwell.”
55-27 Myrtle Avenue:

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Bushburg Properties has received approval for their residential conversion and vertical expansion of Ridgewood Theater, at 55-27 Myrtle Avenue, in Ridgewood. Once complete, the building will house 50 units and span five floors, including a 13,648 square-foot commercial component; Nataliya Donskoy is designing.
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http://www.yimbynews.com/2014/07/dob...-and-more.html
http://ny.curbed.com/archives/2014/0...sfp=3094732033
http://www.jwcarchitect.com/
http://www.yimbynews.com/2014/07/yim...-and-more.html
http://commercialobserver.com/2014/0...ells-for-6-5m/
http://wyckoffheights.org/post/91246...-himrod-street
http://www.ndkapc.com/
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General Development: Green Space/Campus

Medgar Evers College finally moves forward with $15M plan to transform Crown Heights St. into green campus



The project calls for narrowing the road by Crown St. between Bedford and Franklin Aves. to create a "campus quad."

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This is where the sidewalk parking ends – and the green begins.

Medgar Evers College is moving forward with a $15 million plan to convert part of a Crown Heights street between its two school buildings into a green campus.

The project, first proposed more than 20 years ago, calls for narrowing the road by Crown St. between Bedford and Franklin Aves. to create a “campus quad.”

It will have a central lawn area where students and locals can lie on the grass and attend classes, lectures and concerts, officials said.

“We need more of a cohesive, student-friendly campus,” said Jerry Posman, the CUNY school’s vice president.

The tweaked plan is a drastically pared-back version of a 1990s proposal that never took off due to lack of funds and strong opposition from residents who argued it would create traffic and parking problems.
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A general development: High-Line Type Park

Upper East Side activists want to transform garbage station into High Line-type park


Upper East Side community activists would like to transform a proposed garbage-transfer station into a outdoor space more easy on the eyes, as seen in this artist rendering.

An aerial rendering of the UES walkway and park proposed by community activists.

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Even a garbage dump can be dressed up.

That’s the idea behind a proposal by Upper East Side community groups to transform an ugly and controversial garbage-transfer station into an attractive amenity for the neighborhood.

Under the plan, a curving, quarter-mile-long ramp that will carry up to 500 garbage trucks a day would be relocated, covered and topped by a green walkway modeled after the High Line.

And the roof of the transfer station would be converted into a park, much like the recreation area atop the sewage treatment plant along the Hudson River in West Harlem, according to renderings commissioned by neighborhood groups and obtained by the Daily News.


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“Instead of seeing a 10-story ugly gray building, people would see a lovely park and outdoor space that can be used by anybody in the community.”

The transfer station was proposed in 2006 by then-Mayor Michael Bloomberg under a plan to make each borough responsible for disposing of its own garbage. The garbage would be brought to the new facility by trucks, and then transferred to barges on the East River for transport and disposal out of state. Mayor de Blasio has pressed on with the project despite fierce community opposition.
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Our planning strategy for this project is to use the three sites as bridges between a low-rise walk up residential neighborhood of row houses and a mid-rise transitioning neighborhood that requires higher density and more diverse mix of uses than what would otherwise be familiar in order to provide the housing and services the local community needs. We understand that critical mass of housing is no longer enough to warrant construction of a project. We need to provide shopping, education, community uses and, most importantly, jobs and job training to supplement the housing. It is these uses that underpin a successful residential development and provide stability and comfort for the neighborhood. Our sites will be diverse in population and use. In population; we are proposing a mix of senior, public and traditional low income housing. Supplemented by the public uses outlined below, we anticipate a vibrant new community of 473 apartments.
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Services Provided: Architectural Design
The challenge at this project was facing the main windows building towards the rear yard to take advantage of city views over our neighbors while still leaving an attractive façade facing the street. This was achieved with a creative pattern of clerestory and backsplash windows in the showers and kitchen respectively.
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How can architectural design stimulate and support a true community of neighbors inside an apartment building? This question has never been more important than in our evaluation of the Micro Unit concept. The simple reason is that if our tenants have very limited space inside their unit there is an unfilled need for an expanse of rooms and spaces that can be used by the building neighborhood at large. Interactions with ones neighbors in a typical apartment building can be few and far between. Even when these interactions do occur, rarely do they result in new relationships. This phenomenon is relatively new and is partially a byproduct of the vertical circulation systems that have allowed our contemporary buildings to grow vertically. Since the mid to late 19th century elevators have moved towards replacing central open stairs in apartment buildings and tenements. Central open stairs were social places where friendly interaction and serendipitous meetings could occur. Later fire & building codes ensured that no-one wanted to walk the stairs by requiring them to be enclosed. Enclosed fire stairs quickly became a place-to-be-avoided and a security concern. We are proposing an entirely new concept in mid-rise housing that revolves around a return to the building as a neighborhood. Our proposal is a vertical neighborhood of Micro Units that are laid out with a multitude of different interspersed public spaces.
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411 West 35th Street:



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411 West 35th Street: Developers have submitted permits to begin “structural [and] foundation work” at 411 West 35th Street, the site of a planned 12-story mixed-use building. Located between 9th and 10th Avenues, the site was previously a surface lot; Aufgang Architects is designing.
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4261 Park Avenue | 100 FT | 8 FLOORS ( 171 Units)

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Last Action: APPLICATION PROCESSED - ENTIRE 07/15/2014 (D)

Pre-Filed: 07/15/2014 Building Type: Other Estimated Total Cost: $0.00
Date Filed: 07/15/2014 Electronically Filed: Yes
Fee Structure: EXEMPT
Review is requested under Building Code: 2008

13 Building Characteristics

Primary structural system: Masonry Concrete (CIP) Concrete (Precast) Wood
Steel (Structural) Steel (Cold-Formed) Steel (Encased in Concrete)

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Structural Occupancy Category: II - OTHER THAN I, III OR IV
Seismic Design Category: CATEGORY B
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Occupancy Classification: R-2 - RESIDENTIAL: APARTMENT HOUSES Yes No
Construction Classification: I-B: 2 HOUR PROTECTED - NON-COMBUST Yes No
Multiple Dwelling Classification: HAEA
Building Height (ft.): 100
Building Stories: 8
Dwelling Units: 171
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700 12th Avenue | 8 FLOORS

Chelsea Arts Tower Developer Taps Lee & Associates for New Office Condo



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Luxury commercial condo developer Jack Guttman is working through the design stages of an office condo in a Far West Side lot that’s at 630 West 52nd Street and 700 12th Avenue, the property’s leasing agents, Lee & Associates, announced today.

The eight-floor, 200,000-square-foot structure by the Chelsea Arts Tower owner and Kossar + Garry Architects will feature ground-floor retail, space for television studios on the second and third floor and offices up to a terraced seventh floor, which will be topped off with an event space, said Lee & Associates‘ exclusive broker for the site, Alan Weisman.
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190 South 1st Street | 3 and 13 FLOORS

190 South 1st Street:



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The first renderings for Adam America’s 190 South 1st Street have been posted to the firm’s website, revealing the 13-story condominium development that will soon revitalize a forlorn corner of Williamsburg. Eran Chen of ODA is the architect of record.

Permits for the development were disapproved in May, but likely to due administrative reasons. 190 South 1st Street will total 38,957 square feet, with 30,693 square feet of residential space divided between 32 units. An additional 8,264 square feet will be used by a community facility, and the Schedule A indicates the first and second floors will include classrooms and a day care.

Adam America’s page notes that apartments will range from studios to 3-bedrooms, so the mix will be wide; ODA’s plan for the site is significantly nicer than most developments rising in Williamsburg. The previous design has seen significant revisions, and 190 South 1st Street has received a major upgrade; the extruded facade appears to be masonry or concrete, and contrasts pleasantly against floor to ceiling glass.
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275 4th Avenue

Whats currently there:

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275 Fourth Avenue, Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY
Luxury Rental - Expected Completion on Q4 2015

At the corner of 4th Avenue and 1st Street – this rental building is located in the family friendly area of Park Slope, Brooklyn, voted New York City’s No. 1 neighborhood by New York magazine. In addition to excellent schools, parks, shops and restaurants, 274 4th Avenue is within walking distance of several subways, Barclay’s Center and the Atlantic Terminal.

Upon completion, 275 4th Avenue will consist of 75 new high-end rental units. Building’s amenities will include part-time doorman, tenant lounge, private gym, roof deck and personal storage space.
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