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Need some help please! Fill in the blanks and the sites referencing the info

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Time to gather the pitchforks and run Gene Kaufman out of town.
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Need some help please! Fill in the blanks and the sites referencing the info

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Data as of Q1 2018 (Doesn't include proposed)
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Old Posted Aug 8, 2018, 7:17 PM
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Today, we have the exclusive first look at another mega-project proposed directly across the street, at 6205 8th Avenue, where DXA Studio has designed an enormous two-block plan that would cover even more of the open railway tracks that currently leave the neighborhood bereft of its obvious potential.

The plans for Sunset Park’s next possible major development span between 8th and Fort Hamilton Avenues, and would comprise a total lot area of 240,000 square feet. While exact specifics on what would rise above are not yet available, the plans appear to comprise well over one million square feet of new space, with residential square footage situated atop a substantial commercial-retail component.

DXA Studio’s design would position three mid-rise towers within the general massing, reaching heights of 18 floors apiece. The profile would not make a significant impact on the Borough’s overall skyline, however, the presence when viewed from most of Sunset Park would certainly be substantial, given the sheer scope of the proposed redevelopment.

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The multiple phased design will include two blocks of retail on each side of the development, condominiums, office space, restaurants, a hotel, a gymnasium with pool, public park space, and community facilities. With easy access to public transportation, the site provides a focal point for the neighborhood and a destination for the region.
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Saw this on NYY this morning... If this turns out to be some sort of architecture firm fantasy I'm going to be mighty pissed. This looks amazing. That whole r.o.w. cut could see this sort of development and the city should be doing everything they can to make it as feasible as possible. And if the Triboro RX ever is seriously pushed forward, just imagine how much more desirable and lucrative these transit straddling development sites could be.
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Time to gather the pitchforks and run Gene Kaufman out of town.
That's a pretty difficult site as it doesn't leave you much to work with, but leave it to good 'ole Gene to take a bad situation and make it worse.
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Old Posted Aug 9, 2018, 10:53 PM
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Permits have been filed for a 20-story mixed-use building at 1230 Madison Avenue, on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. The site is ideally located for culturally engaged residents, as it is on the same block as the Guggenheim Museum, and just six blocks away from the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Six blocks away is the 86th Street subway station, serviced by the 4, 5, and 6 trains. Real Estate Equities Corporation (R.E.E.C.) is behind the applications.

The 208-foot tall structure will yield 64,040 square feet within, with 3,840 square feet dedicated to commercial use, and 51,900 square feet for residential use. 15 apartments will be created, averaging 3,460 square feet apiece, indicating higher-end condominiums. One terrace will be included on the top floor, with the eighteenth to twentieth floors being mechanical floors. Tenants will have access to a gym, event room, bicycle storage, and terraces on the second, thirteenth, fifteenth and seventeenth floors.

SLCE Architects are listed as the architect of record.
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Normally I reserve this compilation for proposals, u/c, status on developments, but this news important.

Step in the right direction IMO.

What NYC needs is more rezoning to become denser. And really because the housing is needed badly. This rezoning should lead to many more units and many more high rises, as I suspect they will build or modify many of these structures, additions if you will, to add the units. Cheaper than demolishing the whole thing.

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City Council passes Inwood rezoning: The plan seeks to bring 5,000 units of housing to the neighborhood

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Mayor Bill de Blasio’s Inwood rezoning has passed.

The City Council on Wednesday voted through the controversial plan that would allow more development and increase housing in the upper Manhattan neighborhood, Curbed reported.

The council’s subcommittee on zoning and franchises last week approved a modified version of the plan, which excluded the “commercial U” of Broadway, 207th Street and Dyckman Street. It aims to bring 5,000 units of housing to the neighborhood.

Parts of the community have decried the plan, fearing it would cause home values and rents to soar. But local Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez and the administration have argued that the current housing supply faces too much market pressure, which causes the displacement that opponents want to stop. Rodriguez was targeted by marches and a sit-in.
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The 222-foot tall structure will yield 130,600 square feet, with 99,090 square feet dedicated to residential use, and 5,240 square feet dedicated to ground-floor retail. Tenants will have access to numerous amenities, including a rooftop terrace, multipurpose room, computer room, children play center, lounge, laundry, accessory storage, and a bicycle parking facility. Also included on site will be a mailroom, lobby, and leasing office.

GF55 is responsible for the design. The façade will be composed in a pattern of textured and smooth metal and brick panels.

Demolition permits have not been filed for the existing art deco structure, though BFC Partners has suggested it will more than likely not survive. Construction is expected to start in January of 2019, and completion by the first quarter of 2021.
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Old Posted Aug 15, 2018, 1:42 AM
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Construction Update: 275 South Street (Wrapping up)



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Construction has officially wrapped at 275 South Street, in Manhattan, following a full-scale renovation of the aging residential building. The project is one of the most recent properties to debut in “Two Bridges,” a neighborhood nestled at the southern end of the Lower East Side that has witnessed a remarkable uptick in high-rise developments including Extell’s One Manhattan Square and 259 Clinton Street, designed by Perkins Eastman.

Designed by ORE Design + Technology, the 19-story renovation contains 256 mixed-income units ranging from studios to three bedrooms. All apartments above the third floor have outdoor balconies. The building’s newly minted amenity package also includes a modern fitness center, several common areas, ground floor co-working space, on-site parking, and new elevators.
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Old Posted Aug 21, 2018, 1:28 PM
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The design features steel and precast concrete planks. The main material for the façade will be iron spot brick, with textured and smooth metal panels facing the avenues.

According to GF55 Partners’ founder, David Gross, the design intends to, “create a building that communicates on an urban scale and a pedestrian scale. The urban scale is achieved with the regular brick bays that are seen from a distance while the confetti-like pattern of the randomly placed panels provides a visual counterpoint to that bay geometry.”

The 159-foot tall structure will yield 221,060 square feet within, with 19,200 square feet dedicated to ground floor retail, 68,970 square feet for supportive housing, and 97,800 square feet for residential use.

110 class-A apartments will be created, averaging 890 square feet apiece, indicating rentals. An additional 145 units will be dedicated for non-profit sleeping accommodations. Residents will have access to a laundry room, lobby, outdoor recreation space, and a 128-bicycle garage.
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Permits have been filed for a sixteen-story mixed-use building at 300 West 30th Street, in Midtown, Manhattan. The site is on the corner of 30th Street and 8th Avenue, a block from the southwest corner of Penn Station, and two avenues away Hudson Yards. Hiwin USA group is listed as responsible for the development.

The 170-foot tall structure will yield 84,900 square feet, with 5,000 square feet dedicated to ground floor retail, and 54,700 square feet for residential use. 80 apartments will be created, averaging 680 square feet apiece, indicating predominantly rental units. Condominiums will occupy from the twelfth floor up. Tenants will have access to accessory storage, a lobby, and a rooftop terrace.

Studio C Architects will be responsible for the design.
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Glacier Global Partners is looking to construct a 19-story mixed-use building in Gramercy.

The developer filed plans for a 68,200-square-foot property with 52 apartments. There will be 2,700 square feet set aside as commercial space, and If approved as proposed, the building would stand at 210 feet tall.

The property, at 200 East 20th Street, is located at the corner of Third Avenue, just half a block away from Gramercy Park.

The plans indicate condos: the top three floors of the building have been earmarked for full-floor units. The rooftop will also be divided between a private space for the penthouse unit and a communal outdoor area. Amenities include a pet’s spa, a children’s room and a gym.
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Today, renderings depict a 19-story residential building with ample outdoor space, a pale-hued masonry facade, and a possible terrace area for common use. The photos come from Tectonic.

The new condominium project will comprise 66,125 square feet and top-off at 191 feet above street level. Inside, there will be 43 homes, with no area dedicated to retail or parking use. Forkosh Development, the property’s new owner since January 2018, has yet to confirm the residential amenities package.

Filings name C3D as project architect.
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The 185-foot tall structure will yield 58,900 square feet and adding 37 guest rooms to the district. The building will include eating and drinking establishments on the ground floor, second floor, and floors eight through ten. Floors eleven through fourteen will each by occupied by a single hotel room.

Permits have been pre-filed for a 14-story hotel at 186 Remsen Street in the Brooklyn Heights historic district of Brooklyn. Saint Louis-based HOK, the largest architecture firm in the US, will be responsible for the design. Located right across from Brooklyn Borough Hall, the site will have access to a plethora of transit options. Within just three to four blocks, guests can find the A, C, F, N, Q, R, 2, 3, 4, and 5 trains.

Demolition permits have not been filed for the existing structure. It is a historic Romanesque Revival building completed in 1887, and within the domain of the LPC. Considering that context, HOK will likely need to go before the commission to receive approval.
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When fully opened, Ocean Dreams will occupy two primary lots. The first phase, located at 3514 Surf Avenue, is comprised of two residential towers set above a shared podium. The buildings stand 21-stories tall and will contain 425 market-rate, rental units. The podium’s façade is comprised of undulating metal grates that are arranged in a wave-like pattern, and will include frontage on Surf Avenue to the North and the Coney Island Beach boardwalk to the South. The lower levels may also contain a new restaurant and a pharmaceutical retailer.

The amenity package is expected to include valet parking in addition to a three-story garage, a pool, multiple rooftop terraces, tenant lounges, storage area for both bicycles and packages, a business center, and a workout room.

The second phase includes a third residential tower that will occupy an adjacent lot at 3616 Surf Avenue. This component will top out at 11 stories and include 79 residential units, two stories of parking area, and unspecified amenities.
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