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There's a new plan for a South Bronx waterfront project that's being looked toward as an economic catalyst for the area. Originally conceived as a development with up to six 25-story waterfront towers, Keith Rubenstein's Somerset Partners and the Chetrit Group have fine-tuned their vision for the waterfront parcels at 2401 Third Avenue and 101 Lincoln Avenue to include just two 25-story towers with ground and second-floor retail space topped by 1,600 apartments, Architects + Artisans reports. The development site spans about 1.5 acres, and Rubenstein thinks the project will consume about 1.3 million square feet and cost between $300 and $400 million. Welcome2theBronx earlier speculated that Chetrit, the former partial owner of Chicago's Willis Tower, would pump some of its earnings from the sale into developing the massive project. Permits have yet to be filed for the sites.
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Adam America along with MSD Partners have decided, like everyone else, that it's a good idea to build more apartments in Long Island City. Crain's reports that the duo plan on bringing a 210,000-square-foot residential development to 22-12 Jackson Avenue at the corner of Crane Street near 46th Road. The 11-story, 186-apartment building will be designed by Isaac and Stern with ODA Architecture, whose comparably-sized adjacent stack of jutting boxes at 22-22 Jackson Avenue is nearing the finish line. The development is also less than a block away from the grave of 5 Pointz, where developer Jerry Wolkoff plans to erect 1,100 apartments.

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Kuafu Properties, Stillman Development, and Ceruzzi Properties are developing the site, and HOK is designing the tower, which will total 223,000 square feet of space. 52,000 square feet of retail will span the first four floors, with a NY Sports Club set to occupy levels three and four. Above, the building will be divided between 65 condominiums.

Units will average over 2,800 square feet apiece, which is very large for New York City, but relatively normal for new condominium buildings on the Upper East Side.

The design almost seems to evoke Foster’s 550 West 21st Street, but the details between the two buildings are substantially different. 1289 Lexington Avenue looks to be clad primarily in a light shade of brick, and its windows will also feature two different shades of glass.
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BRP Companies plans to spend nearly $300 million developing two mixed-use high rises just north of Jamaica Station in Queens, in what some have called the “largest private investment in Downtown Jamaica in decades.” Now they’ve filed new building applications for their megaproject at the corner of Archer Avenue and Sutphin Boulevard, a combination of a church, mixed-income apartments and retail.

Filings call for two towers, 14 and 26 stories tall, at 147-22 and 147-30 Archer Avenue. The taller building will top out at 290 feet and house 450 units on the upper floors. The base will have 96,100 square feet of retail divided over three floors. Residential will begin on the fourth story, where 15 apartments will have private terraces. Most of the amenities will also be located on the fourth floor, including a lounge, fitness room, children’s play room, and laundry.

The second, 145-foot-tall building will include 130 units and a 17,100-square-foot church on the first two floors. There will be nine to eleven units on each floor, and many will have private balconies.

Ultimately, the project will include 580 units across 522,947 square feet of residential space, for a surprisingly spacious average unit of 900 square feet. It’s unclear how many apartments will be affordable, but the Midtown East-based developer promised to rent a quarter of the units at below-market rates when it struck a deal for the large commercial site last year. There will also be 256 parking spots, 84 of which will be in an underground garage.
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The narrow blocks next to the Fulton Transit Center are about to get a little more crowded. Plans have been filed for a 26-story hotel at 143 Fulton Street, between Broadway and Nassau Street in the Financial District.

Greenwich Street-based Tribeca Associates wants to knock down a little 2.5-story commercial structure and replace it with a 304-foot-tall building. The first three floors will hold retail, a lobby, and a bar and lounge. Then the hotel’s 228 rooms will begin on the fifth floor, which will have 10 rooms. The sixth through 24th floors will have eleven rooms, and there will be only nine rooms on the 25th story. The cellar will host nine bike parking spots and offices.

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Just one week after a public board meeting of the Brooklyn Bridge Park Development Corporation, during which attendees once again expressed opposition to the plans to construct apartment buildings within the southern swath of Brooklyn Bridge Park known as Pier 6, the park has announced its chosen developers for the project: RAL Development Services and Oliver's Realty Group. (It helps, too, that the lawsuit detractors filed has been settled.) At a press briefing Tuesday afternoon, the developers also debuted renderings for the two towers from the ubiquitous boxy-building experts at ODA Architecture. The taller of the two, "Parcel A," will contain market-rate condominiums; while the other, on "Parcel B," will contain a mix of affordable and market-rate rentals. The choice of developers is still pending approval by the park's Board of Directors.
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The project will encompass 675,000 square feet and “cater to the rapidly emerging technology and creative industries in Brooklyn,” according to a press release. WeWork will anchor the building with a 222,000-square-foot lease. Dock 72 will bring valuable office space close to Dumbo, which has one of the lowest office vacancy rates in the city. The developers aim to charge Dumbo-level rents, and told Bloomberg that they hope to ask an ambitious $60 a square foot.

Dock 72 will rise on a 60,000-square-foot spit of land that juts out into the East River between two active dry docks—specifically Docks 2 and 3. Floor plates will range from 40,000 to 60,000 square feet, and WeWork plans to “curate” 35,000 square feet of amenities that will be open to all Navy Yard workers, including a massage room, specialty food vendors, a basketball court and a rooftop conference center.
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The site at 153-157 Remsen Street is finally seeing some action, with construction workers buzzing all around the lot where three decrepit buildings were demolished this past year. A rendering for the 19-story residential “Remsen Apartments,” designed by Perkins Eastman affiliate S9 Architecture, was posted nearby along with a projected completion date of December 2016.
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Related Cos. agreed to sell the top 13 floors of a Manhattan luxury-rental building to Kuafu Properties, a New York-based investment firm that pairs Chinese capital with U.S. real estate.

Kuafu intends to convert the 151 units at 1 MiMA Tower into condominiums, the company said in a statement Monday. The terms of the deal for the property, at 460 W. 42nd St., weren't disclosed.

"This is an exciting acquisition because of everything 1 MiMA Tower offers residents," Shang Dai, chief executive officer of Kuafu, said in the statement. "1 MiMA Tower units will fill a void in New York City's residential market by offering ultra-luxury residences at a more attractive pricing to other new development offerings."

Related intended for One MiMA Tower tower to be condominiums when construction began in 2008, during a recession that hobbled real estate sales worldwide. As the project neared completion, the New York-based developer decided instead to lease the units at the tower amid strong demand for rentals in Manhattan.

One MiMA Tower spans the top 13 floors of a mixed-use project that also includes a separate 663-unit rental building at the base, called MiMA, that Related will continue to own and manage. While each has a separate entrance, they share amenity spaces.

Residences at One MiMA Tower offer views of Manhattan at more than 500 feet up, according to Kuafu's statement. Other amenities include a basketball court, outdoor theater and Dog City, a pet spa where owners can arrange for grooming, training and play dates, according to the property website.
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Jonathan Rose Cos. is planning to develop a 19-story residential property at 146 Pierrepont Street in Brooklyn Heights, according to a permit application filed Tuesday with the city’s Department of Buildings. Plans call for the new building, located between Clinton and Court streets, to house 68 residential units across more than 126,000 square feet. The development will also feature more than 6,000 square feet of commercial space.
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David Moinian of Moin Development and Sam Nazarian of SBE landed the financing they need to complete their flagship SLS Hotel at 444 Park Avenue South, Commercial Observer has learned.

Ayush Kapahi and Gabrielle Simon of HKS Capital Partners secured a $109 million loan from Fortress Investment Group on behalf of the sponsors to recapitalize and restructure existing debt on the Midtown South redevelopment, according to the New York mortgage brokerage.

Spencer Garfield, a managing director in Fortress’s credit and real estate business, originated the new loan, which closed last week.

Puerto Rico’s Doral Bank provided construction financing for the upcoming hotel in 2012 and 2013, city records show.

Moin Development purchased a 14-story office building at the site in August 2011 for $45 million and partnered with Los Angeles nightclub operator and hotelier SBE to bring its successful SLS brand there. The $150 million project marks the first SLS hotel in New York City, following two completed properties in Miami Beach and Beverly Hills.

The redevelopment includes an additional six stories above the existing structure and a 6,000-square-foot sub-cellar. The boutique hotel, once completed, will contain a restaurant, rooftop bar and basement bar and lounge.
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Daniel Goldner Architects will design the building, which will rise between Union and President Streets, directly in front of an entrance to the Union Street R train stop. The development will hold 68 units spread across 61,572 square feet, for an average apartment of 879 square feet. The ground floor will have 3,500 square feet of retail.

The building’s retail will help activate the streetscape of car-heavy Fourth Avenue, thanks to zoning that requires retail or community uses and forbids parking on the first floors of new buildings. And this project doesn’t have to include parking, because the lot is small enough to be exempt from the city’s requirements.

Design-wise, the structure will stick to the modern aesthetic set by other new buildings on Fourth Avenue, but the long, unevenly distributed strips of windows give it a slightly more distinctive look. Light brick and white facade panels will coat the exterior. The top four floors will be set back, creating large balconies for residents on the eighth and ninth floors.
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CetraRuddy is certainly the most experienced with Walker’s buildings, having already helmed the transformation of both Walker and Stella Towers. Their credentials will come especially handy for One Wall Street, which is substantially larger than either of the aforementioned projects, totaling 1.1 million square feet and 50 floors.

The main tower will be converted to condominiums, although we have been unable to obtain a specific unit or square footage breakdown. Still, the division between condos and hotel is obvious enough; the add-on annex to One Wall Street will house the hotel component, and it will also see a vertical expansion.

Floor-plans illustrate the future changes to the base of the building, which will house 350,000 square feet of retail space. The residential and hotel lobbies will bisect the retail in two, likely yielding an opportunity for a flagship location, especially as the Red Room will be used as retail rather than a lobby.

While we only have ideas for two levels, it appears the default layout for the tower’s mid-section will yield about ten condos per floor, with that side totaling approximately 20,000 square feet per level, while the hotel side will be split between 17 rooms over approximately 9,300 square feet.
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This is a large and prominent project that will transform this block of Dumbo when it’s finished. It takes up a good chunk of the block and will rise 12 stories with 105 luxury rentals and retail on the ground floor.

Twenty percent of the units will be affordable, according to The Real Deal. It will also house a gym and children’s playroom, according to permits.

The foundation of the building is so deep, in part, to make room for a parking garage — a rare amenity in this neck of Brooklyn, where the cost of parking has reached $425 a month.
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Brooklyn Law School is continuing its mass Brooklyn Heights property sell-off with the prospective sale of its best located asset, a 12-story rental building facing the Brooklyn Heights promenade, the Daily News has learned.

The school has listed the 39-unit building, at 2 Pierrepont St., with commercial real estate brokerage Cushman & Wakefield. While no asking price is specified, sources said the building could trade for up to $30 million.

The school snagged the building for just $2.2 million 30 years ago and has been using it as student and faculty housing. Now, it could be converted to for-sale homes or even torn down by a developer to make way for some of the borough’s most luxurious housing.

“This is one of the best buildings in Brooklyn,” said one person with knowledge of the deal.

"After very careful consideration, the board of trustees decided that this is an opportune time to sell the property while the real estate market in Brooklyn Heights is at a peak," Nicholas Allard, president and dean of the school, told the Daily News. "This creates the opportunity to put the value of a unique property to better advantage for the future of the law school."

Offers are due on the property by July 17.

The 40,178-square-foot rental complex, which contains just three rent-stabilized units, is just around the corner from Brooklyn’s priciest home, a 15-bedroom, 16-bathroom property known as the Low Mansion, which dates back to 1856 and is named for its former owner, A.A. Low, whose son, Seth Low, was once New York City's mayor. The home is currently on the market for $40 million.
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