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ODA Architecture has shared with us “510 Driggs,” a multi-family residential project that aims to provide residents with the “qualities of a private house” within Brooklyn’s dense urban landscape. Each of the six-story building’s 100 units will be equipped with a large, functional outdoor space and at least two exposures to maximize light and air.


“What if we could live in cities where everyone could enjoy similar qualities of a private house,” asked ODA. “We then challenged the zoning rules and regulations and the very common fundamentals and typologies of typical apartment buildings and came up with a scheme that satisfies all of the above. The complexity of the form serves a noble function while also becoming a beautiful piece of architecture.”
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Old Posted Oct 29, 2014, 3:29 PM
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The 17-unit building will have a very modern aesthetic, dominated by glass and metal but softened by balcony trellises for climbing plants. The base will have a stone facing, which Garrison Architects says on their website “grounds [the building] in its hard-edged industrial environment.”

“The design of the EcoRise,” write the architects, “draws its inspiration from the Le Corbusier’s Maison Clarte apartment block to create a modern building alluding [to] its neighborhood’s industrial past.”

he units will be fairly large, at around 1,250 square feet on average, with a number of duplexes. While it could be rentals – the developer, Michael Schlegel, only paid around $100 a foot for the land in 2012 – the relatively large apartments and the clean, high-quality façade mean we’re betting on condos.
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Old Posted Oct 29, 2014, 3:32 PM
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The project will provide 174 rental units that will be available to households earning between 65 and 80 percent of area median income, 29,629 sq.ft. of ground floor retail space, 100 below-grade accessory parking spaces, and a 27-space surface lot for tenants. The developers plan to participate in the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority’s Multi-Family Performance Program, which offers subsidies to energy-efficient buildings. The $57 million project will receive financing from several public sources, including the Department of Housing Preservation and Development and the Bronx Borough President’s Office.
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It’s been a year since we stopped by the building site next to the public swimming pool on Bedford Avenue in Williamsburg. In that time, the mixed-use, six-story project has progressed from a hole in the ground to topping out. When it’s finished, the 60-foot-tall building at 263 Bedford on the corner of North 1st Street will house 14 apartments and 3,510 square feet of commercial space.
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Fortis Property Group's and Wonder Works Construction's 540West, a 110-unit condo building on West 49th Street is now at 80 percent sold. The development, which hit 50 percent back in June, is slated for ready for move-ins in January.
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A long-delayed development at the corner of Bond and Lafayette streets just got a little more real – complete with a nearly $20 million penthouse, being sold by broker Dolly Lenz. All told, the building at 22 Bond Street/25 Great Jones Street in NoHo will have six duplex units ranging in price from $9.26 million to $19.88 million, according to the condominium offering plan, which was reviewed by The Real Deal. Each of the apartments will have ceilings that measure higher than 20 feet, according to the Richport Group, which is developing the condos with Brooklyn-based Second Development Services (SDS).
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Plans for construction on a luxury Astoria condo building blocks away from the waterfront will begin shortly as demolition of the old properties on the site is nearing completion.

Developer New York Lions Group hopes to begin working on the eight-story, 77-unit condominium called The Baron, at 14-07 Broadway in January, following approvals from the Department of Buildings. The building is expected to be completed by September 2016, according to Ramin Shirian, vice president of Lions Group.
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Italian developer Est4te Four — the same folks behind gorgeous and fast-selling 160 Imlay — closed on $33,000,000 worth of Red Hook properties last month, and now we have renderings of what they plan to do with it, courtesy of New York YIMBY. They intend to convert the large brick warehouses on Coffey and Ferris Streets to offices and build new five- and six-story buildings with brick on the bottom and glassy top floors, according to the rendering.

They want to demolish the site’s “less attractive” warehouses, such as the Daily News’ old printing press building. NBBJ is designing the project, which is bounded by Coffey, Ferris and Wolcott Streets and the waterfront. It will also include a waterfront promenade. Altogether it will have 1.1 million square feet of office space.
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This just in: the Department of Transportation announced a CitiBike expansion to Long Island City, Queensbridge and Astoria by the end of 2015. (Other neighborhoods include Bed Stuy, Greenpoint, Crown Heights and Park Slope.) The announcement isn’t a total surprise, but the timeline is new. It’s also too bad that Sunnyside was left out, as the neighborhood was expected to be included in the initial Queens rollout. No word yet on the number of stations or where they will be located, but feel free to start suggesting locations. Stay tuned for more details… UPDATE: The New York Times reports that the program will expand to 12,000 bikes at more than 700 stations. Prices for an annual membership will rise almost 60 percent from $95 to $149.
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510 Driggs as well as 540 West look awesome. 540 West is simple but reminds me of the Bauhaus style.

Love it! Thanks for posting these.
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A new six-story, ten apartment rental building will rise on Wadsworth Avenue near 187th Street in Washington Heights. The project at 284 Wadsworth Avenue is being developed by HAP Investments, the firm also behind Karim Rashid's contested formerly brightly-colored building at 329 Pleasant Avenue. HAP has tapped the more subdued firm Design AIDD to work on the project, known as HAP 4.1. The building's ten apartments will be one- and two-bedrooms, and will have personal heating and cooling systems and in-unit washers and dryers. The project will also use insulating concretes to reduce construction time and energy costs. As such, the building's facade is a mix of concrete and wood, and the floors will be concrete. The building, which is replacing a rather plain three-story brick box, will be complete in 2015.
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In place of the old structure, an eight-story residential project, which we believe will feature a high ratio of affordable housing, will rise between West 137th and 138th Streets. While none of the old structure will be saved, the new building at 2351 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard is being dubbed “the Renny.”

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The new 80-foot-tall building will, in addition to apartments, include a 22,000-square foot community facility to be used as a church (we’re guessing by the Abyssinian Baptist Church, located next door) and two commercial spaces (likely retail) totaling 18,000 square feet.
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That's a shame. I really like that little building. Much better than the homes on either side of it.
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The project, on the corner of Nelson Avenue, is being developed by the Briarwood Organization on behalf of the Highbridge Community Development Corporation. The building will have 60 apartments, including five studios, 31 one-bedrooms and 21 two-bedrooms, and construction is projected to cost $18 million

Developed in partnership with the city’s Department of Housing Preservation and Development, renters into the building will be required to make between 30 percent and 60 percent of the area median income. In practical terms, this means household incomes will top out in the $50,000s for families of four (at least on the date they sign the lease), with most units renting to couples and individuals making much less.
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^^^ What in the actual fuck is that?
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The color is a bit too much
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Slate Property Group, Adam America Real Estate and AEW Capital Management have partnered and taken a 99-year ground lease at 535 Fourth Avenue. The parties will develop a 130,000-square-foot mixed-use property that will include 148 residential units and approximately 12,500 square feet of retail. There will also be parking for roughly 70 vehicles.
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^^^ What in the actual fuck is that?
Yea I'm not a fan of the color/facade. Looks more like bathroom tile.
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