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A rendering of the building, 664 Pacific St., by architect Jonathan Marvel shows a geometric facade, mostly in grayscale brick with several planted terraces and rust-colored accents reminiscent of the Barclays Center located across the street.

The building, known as tower "B15" within the 22-acre Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park complex, will include more than 300 market-rate residential units and a seven-story, 616-seat public school on the first floor, said developer Greenland Forest City Partners.
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It looks like the new church space will be located on the avenue and the entrance to the residential units will be at the side street where the brownstones once stood. This location is pretty ideal because it is just steps away from the express trains on 125th Street and is also located right at the corner of Morningside Park at the north end. We are not sure of how many units will be available or if this is a condo development or not but this new construction will ultimately add a lot of foot traffic to the area once completed sometime by December 2017.
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Reminder on thread layout and tabs in bold:

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In order to keep the high and mid/low threads in an encyclopedia style,

I usually categorize posts either by:

A) "Project": Refers to a new project with the title

B) "Construction Update": Project status pic + address

C) "Project Update":: Refers to a change in either data or rendering/schematic change or new update in that respect. Also a reference to the original post meaning, the first time its posted and could include extra info combined with the new info.

This is all in an effort to eliminate duplicates, and provide new info. Same applies to the high rise thread for NYC. Figured just a small memo if some are wondering why I am an organization nazi. Also just an assurance to know that a project may not be new, especially with the "project updates".

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Tennessee-based developer Chartwell Hospitality filed plans for two new hotels on adjacent lots near John F. Kennedy International Airport in Jamaica, Queens.

An 11-story hotel with 362 rooms and a 12-story hotel with 183 rooms are set to rise at 144-02 35th Avenue, across the Belt Parkway from the airport. Gene Kaufman is the architect of record for both.


There is currently a Hilton hotel on the site, which Chartwell owns, and no demolition permits have been filed. Chartwell could not immediately be reached for comment. The company owns no other hotels in New York, according to its website, but is in the process of developing a Marriott Hotel in Westbury, Long Island.

Chartwell isn’t the only developer in Queens’ burgeoning hotel sector that’s active around JFK Airport. MCR Development and airline JetBlue are planning to build two hotel towers on the site of the old TWA terminal. And developer Kaukish Patel filed plans in October for three hotels on adjacent lots in Jamaica, totaling 398 keys.
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At 30 Warren, an industrial-style 12-story, 23-unit building being developed by Cape Advisors on the corner of Church Street, the walls will be made of concrete. The concrete will be less than an inch thick, but the developers and designers say the material won’t be fragile, as high-strength fibers will reinforce it. “It’s both very strong and protective, but like a veil, almost,” said François Leininger, a managing partner of Post-Office Architectes, an architect for the project with offices in Paris and New York.
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Building design looks nice, but walls less than an inch thick? I wonder how that affects sound insulation? I understand that living in NY one expects some level of exterior sound, but having walls less than an inch thick would practically allow one to hear people thinking to themselves on the street.
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Building design looks nice, but walls less than an inch thick? I wonder how that affects sound insulation? I understand that living in NY one expects some level of exterior sound, but having walls less than an inch thick would practically allow one to hear people thinking to themselves on the street.
I'd imagine its some high quality, highly dense material. Given the location, sound will be an issue if its made of bad material, but I'm sure they considered that. When units are going for extraordinary amounts, the clients will demand sound insulation. There will always be a slight muffle even with windows closed, but not on the level of some older buildings in Queens for example where you can here those ghetto Honda civics with the big pipes all day (never understood that btw, just buy a Mercedes if you want car performance). They could plaster the concrete to reduce sound issues. If its full of holes or porous, sound will leak.
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New building applications have been filed for a second big high-rise residential project near Jamaica’s transit hub. Harlem-based Artimus Construction wants to develop a 26-story apartment building at 147-20 94th Avenue, between Sutphin Boulevard and 148th Street. It would hold 380 apartments spread across 299,062 square feet of residential space, with average units of 787 square feet.

Residential would begin on the second floor, with nine units, followed by 19 units each on the third through fifth floors, 16 each on the sixth through 24th floors, and 10 units on the 25th floor. Several units would have private terraces, and there would also be a shared roof deck on the top floor. Amenities would fill the second floor, like a yoga room, children’s play room, exercise room, and another communal terrace. And the ground floor would host a 58-car garage, along with the lobby.

The building will likely be rentals, and the developers get to build bigger in exchange for including below-market units. The city requires that at least 20 percent of the apartments, or 76 units, rent at affordable rates. The other 80 percent will be market-rate.

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A developer is planning to build nearly two dozen below-market-rate units in a new residential building on Madison Avenue, according to city officials.

Developer Kahen Properties is seeking city approval to build a 21-story residential building at 143-145 Madison Ave. between East 31st and East 32nd streets, with 21 of the planned 71 units slotted for below-market-rate tenants, according to a spokeswoman for the Department of Housing Preservation and Development and permits filed with the city.

The Department of Buildings approved the demolition of the existing six-story building in July, which housed offices and ground-level retail, city records show.

The building will include 2,779 square feet of ground-floor commercial space, according to the permit.
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That's retarded. They're going to tear down a row of perfectly intact walkups to put up something that's not any bigger and also exposes the wall of a neighboring building.
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A building at 85 Jay can be bigger than the Barclays Center arena.


On the ground, the 85 Jay Street site is almost as large as two and a half football fields. It’s one of the largest blocks in the neighborhood, bigger even than Empire Stores.

But the real numbers are in building up. Empire Stores will be only six stories tall. The development at 85 Jay Street could rise as high as 20 stories — creating a helluva lot of square footage.

To compare, the arena at the Barclay’s Center is a mere 675,000 square feet. The 76-story Frank Gehry-designed luxury tower at 8 Spruce Street in Manhattan is a better comparison — it’s 1 million square feet.

Closer to 85 Jay, Jared Kushner’s five-building Dumbo Heights complex — which he and partners bought from the Jehovah’s Witnesses for a record-setting $375,000,000 — is just a little bigger at 1.2 million square feet.

The property at 85 Jay Street is more valuable and could sell for more than the Dumbo Heights buildings, developers and real estate industry insiders told Brownstoner. For one thing, it’s directly across the street from Dumbo’s only subway station. It’s also outside the landmarked district.

But most important, 85 Jay is a blank canvas than can be built to any specification — including condos.

“Dumbo is perhaps the best market in Brooklyn, if not in the entire city,” Slate Property Group’s David Schwartz told Brownstoner. “It’s an amazing site, there’s no question about it.”

The luxury condo market still garners the highest returns for developers. But every developer we spoke with said the site’s massive size means no one will have to pick between residential, retail, and office space — it can easily accommodate multiple uses in multiple buildings.

Interestingly, the Witnesses have already refused an offer of $400,000,000 for the site, according to the Brooklyn Eagle. Though that was several years ago.

Residential development 85 Jay Street could dramatically increase Dumbo’s current population.

When Brownstoner asked Alloy Development’s AJ Pires about the potential impact on Dumbo’s population, he estimated that if the entire site became residential, “you’re probably talking about 700 to 1,000 apartments, so maybe 1,200 to 1,600 new residents.”
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That's retarded. They're going to tear down a row of perfectly intact walkups to put up something that's not any bigger and also exposes the wall of a neighboring building.

Agreed. While the architecture is moderately interesting, the form meeting its' context is piss poor. Boo!

I honestly don't know what is wrong with any architect that intentionally leaves blank party walls like that. Kaufmann and Poon, sure, but I said architect. Boo!
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