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An 18-story apartment building is being planned to replace a pair of four-story walk-ups on First Avenue, including one that has housed a pharmacy for nearly 90 years, records show.

First Avenue LLC is awaiting city approval for a new building which would include 27 apartments and rise to 199 feet tall at 1639-41 First Ave., near East 85th Street, according to documents filed with the Department of Buildings on Feb. 3.

The 37,458-square-foot building would have roughly 2,000 square feet of commercial space on the ground floor and a tenant recreation space on the second floor.

Floors three through 12 would have two apartments each, and floors 13 through 18 would have one apartment each, plans show.
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Old Posted Feb 9, 2017, 7:17 PM
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Just u/c towers: From CTBUH :: FEB 2017

{ 50m to 437m }




Doesn't include anything from 10-17 floors, but its probally a lot given a lot of high rises between 12-18 floors are u/c and a ton are proposed/approved.
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Smile WHITE PLAINS | 440 Hamilton Avenue | FT | 13 FLOORS (Renovation/conversion)

Project: 440 Hamilton Avenue (Renovation/conversion)

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The development team behind the former AT&T building at 440 Hamilton Ave. in White Plains, which plans to convert the 330,000-square-foot office building to residential uses, has officially filed its plans with the city.

Various White Plains boards will review the plan this month, which calls for 245 apartments, including 25 affordable units and seven “maisonette” duplex units with direct street access. The plan would add a 13th floor to the building, which would include five penthouse units and outdoor recreation space for residents.

As part of the residential conversion, the building’s limestone exterior wall will be removed and replaced with a glass wall featuring a series of cascading glass ribbons on North Broadway, according to the project’s architect, Philip A. Fruchter of White Plains-based Papp Architects PC. Exterior walls on the north and south sides of the building will be pulled in from the edge of the structure to create large balconies for each apartment, Fruchter said. A small area of ground-floor retail space would be slated for a neighborhood market and coffee shop with access from North Broadway.
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That looks a million times better, the building as it is now is ugly as sin.
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Real Estate Highlights: Has the Time Come for Fifth Avenue's Last Great Undeveloped Address?
February 23, 2017
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Unbelievably, a gravel parking lot sits at the prestigious corner of Fifth Avenue and Central Park North (110th Street). The empty lot is owned by La Hermosa Christian Church who has a 3-story sanctuary next door at 3-5 West 110th Street. The lot’s days may be numbered however with the publication of the rendering above by Jersey-based MV Architecture.




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Project: 70 Vestry Street




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Also, FYI 2 of the penthouses already on the market:

Real Estate Highlights: Take a look at 70 Vestry's $65 million Penthouse
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Today the Related Sales/Corcoran Sunshine team released one of 70 Vestry’s two palatial penthouses. The three-floor abode designed by Robert A.M. Stern and Daniel Romualdez will comprise a whopping 7,808 square feet of indoor space PLUS with 3,687 square feet of private outdoor space. The unit would shatter the downtown condo sale record set by Ruppert Murdoch's penthouse in One Madison.


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Crazy that we have 9 supertalls under construction right now, with many more proposed.
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Crazy that we have 9 supertalls under construction right now, with many more proposed.
The Midtown East Rezoning will most likely add a few to the pipeline. Lots of Class-A office space will rise. And it won't even take the type of tenants that are hard to get; ones that take 500k-1 mil sq ft in one take. It will cater to numerous smaller tenants that want to move from older, 60/70's style office buildings, to modern ones that have numerous amenities and so on. Add "X" amount of those deals, and you got the support needed to make a tower competitive, alive, and one that gives a bank a strong reason to give a loan for its rise. Essentially reducing the risk.

The amount of highrises in terms of residential will increase as well. Housing plan in full force, and already in the pipeline we are seeing large developments north of 96th Street on the Island. Ones in the Bronx, and Deep in East NY over in Brooklyn. Queens (LIC, Flushing ect). Staten Island comes to mind. Add the supply over in JC and Hudson County in general, and it's a lot.

I expect the ultra-luxury sector to continue. Not as strong, but like anything else, its a cycle. But it's a sector that will always rise, so long as NY remains the center of global wealth. Kinda like interest in a way. Ultra-luxury sector is just there. Growing like flowers during the seasons.
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Smile NEW YORK | 362 West 125th Street | 124 FT | 12 FLOORS

Project: 362 West 125th Street (Conversion + addition of floors)

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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: I - LOW HAZARD TO HUMAN LIFE
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.): 124
Building Stories: 12

Dwelling Units: 71
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Construction Update: 1520-1530 Story Avenue (In the Bronx)


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Project Update: New Renderings for 425 Grand Concourse

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Construction Update: 591 Third Avenue




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Smile NEW YORK | 1903 West Farms Road | FT | 15 FLOORS

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ARCHITECT:
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DEVELOPER:
Monadnock Development, LLC

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JM Zoning

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Construct new fifteen (15) story mixed use building
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Smile NEW YORK | 351-359 Second Avenue | 145 FT | 13 FLOORS

Project: 351-359 Second Avenue



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Silverback Development is partnering with a private family to build a $100 million condominium project in Gramercy Park.

Josh Schuster, who founded Silverback last year, said the real estate investment firm and the site's current owner plan to erect an 80,000-square-foot, 145-foot tall, 13-story building that will house about 65 units at East 21st Street and Second Avenue. The partners are aiming to break ground on the building next year and finish by 2020 at an anticipated cost of $100 million and a sellout of $150 million.

Three-quarters of the units will be priced at less than $2.5 million, Schuster said, in order to try to cater to price-sensitive buyers, as the market for high-end apartments has weakened amid growing supply.

Another financial cushion comes thanks to the below-market cost of the land. Schuster's partner, a family he said wished to remain unnamed, purchased 359 Second Ave. in 2013 and the neighboring buildings 351 and 353-357 Second Ave. in 2015 when prices were lower. Together they paid $32.75 million for the three buildings, according to city records.

The partnership also purchased about 8,200 square feet of air rights from neighboring properties. Schuster declined to reveal the exact sum paid for the additional development rights but said they cost between $2.5 million and $3.3 million.
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Lightbulb Development map (3d)

3D Development Map: https://www.dnainfo.com/new-york/vis...&building=true

This is pretty neat. 3d Development map for tons of neighboorhoods.

Good neighboorhoods to select are LIC, Battery Park City, and Midtown South. Along with others.

* A note to let it load. Use mouse and mouse wheel to zoom in and out.
* Can select "Midtown South" then you'll be able to navigate most of Manhattan Easily.

Some screenshots from my pc. Click on green massing model to get info on structure.



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Project Update: New rendering for 1501 Voorhies Avenue

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