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Old Posted Apr 18, 2017, 11:51 PM
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A 3-story walk-up building in Prospect-Lefferts Gardens will soon sprout a 5-story addition that will completely transform the existing Italianate-style structure. Construction permits were filed last summer for the site at 171 Linden Boulevard, between Rogers and Nostrand Avenue. The owner is listed as Joel Zupnick of 171 Linden Boulevard Holdings LLC and the architect of record is the prolific Julien Flander.

Now with approvals in place, prep and demolition work has begun. The building promises to be a lively addition on the block made up of three- to six-story walk-ups. When finished, the building will accommodate 31 units (likely rentals) with 3 or 4 apartments per floor. Based on the rendering posted on the construction fence, the design appears to be suffering from an identity crisis of sorts. Four distinct facades stacked onto one another with sport fire escapes, wood-paneled areas, wood and glass enclosed balconies, and a cantilevering section supported by piloti.
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Old Posted Apr 19, 2017, 11:31 PM
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The building will rise 45 feet to four stories and span 60,000 gross square feet. There will be 61 units: 13 on the first floor, 17 each on the second and third floors, and 14 on the fourth floor. No breakdown of bedroom counts or unit square footage is available at this time.

Amenities will include a luxury lounge and kids’ play room on the first floor and an automated parking garage with room for over 100 cars.
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ARC: Lightstone Group's Massive LIC Rental Readies for Summer Leasing
April 20, 2017
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National real estate developer Lightstone Group is readying to launch leasing at a 428-unit rental development at 30-02 39th Avenue. Situated in the Dutch Kills section of Long Island City, the project rises from a nearly-full-block site a short walk from Queens Plaza and is a 10-minute commute to Manhattan. The building rises a modest 10 stories and will have a gardened courtyard in its center.

Officially named ARC, the building topped out in January and has been steadily enclosing its structural frame with a cast-in-place concrete exterior designed by Gerner, Kronick + Valcarcel (GKV Architects). The apartments include a mix of studios, one-bedrooms, and two-bedrooms apartments, all of which will be outfitted with large casement-style windows. Home will be fitted with Bosch appliances, a washer and dryer, custom cabinetry, quartz stone countertops and classic brass fixtures in bathrooms.






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Downtown Brooklyn's Soaring New Rental 33 Bond Street Launches Leasing for Summer Grand Opening
April 19, 2017
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New York-based real estate firm TF Cornerstone has launched their new Downtown Brooklyn rental high rise 33 Bond Street - the company's first residential property in the borough - and will begin to welcome residents this summer to the more than 700 studio, 1- and 2-bedroom apartments within the 25-story building designed by Handel Architects.

Located at the corner of Bond Street and Livingston Street, 33 Bond joins a well established yet thriving neighborhood which has had a surge of new development in recent years. The innovative nature of the neighborhood served as inspiration for the project, which caters to creatives and millennials attracted to lifestyle-driven amenities like co-working and collaborative spaces. A new website recently launched debuting new renderings, a full list of amenities, and also pricing. Monthly rent for studios ranges from $2,225 to $2,500, 1 bedrooms from $2,860 to $3,685, and 2 bedrooms from $4,230 to $5,170.






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First Look at New Interior Photos from Inkwell, the Schoolhouse-to-Condo Conversion in Hell's Kitchen
April 19, 2017
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Inkwell, housed in the former PS51 elementary school at 520 West 45th Street, is the first condominium development to rise around the rapidly changing southwestern corner of Hell's Kitchen in Midtown West. While model unit photos were released earlier this year, CityRealty now has the exclusive first look at Inkwell's new detailed interior photos that pay homage to the site's history.

The 18-unit schoolhouse-to-condo conversion was finished last year and sales launched in October. There are currently five units on the market (excluding in-contract listings), with prices starting at $1.78M for two-bedroom units spanning 1,211-1,401 square feet. The only available three-bedroom unit is going for $2.8M and measures 1,901 square feet. The transformation of this five-story, pre-war building was brought forth by NYC-based developers The Gotham Organization, innovative interior design firm AvroKO, and SLCE Architects, who served as the executive architects.




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Prospect-Lefferts Gardens Getting New Residential Building with Erratic Exterior
April 18, 2017
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A 3-story walk-up building in Prospect-Lefferts Gardens will soon sprout a 5-story addition that will completely transform the existing Italianate-style structure. Construction permits were filed last summer for the site at 171 Linden Boulevard, between Rogers and Nostrand Avenue. The owner is listed as Joel Zupnick of 171 Linden Boulevard Holdings LLC and the architect of record is the prolific Julien Flander.


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From Fish Market to Rentals, First Look at KP Developers Forthcoming Harlem Rentals
April 24, 2017
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To the dismay of the anti-gentrification crowd, “luxury” developments continue to move further uptown. At 152 West 140th Street, at the southeast corner of Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard in Harlem, the Sea and Sea Seafood Market has been harpooned along with its ample-sized parking lot. The site is across from distinguished Strivers’ Row townhouses and one avenue west from a sprinkling of new developments that include the condos One Strivers Row and Strivers West. Directly next door to the project site is a drive-thru McDonald’s is still alive and hopping — but being the endangered species it is, its days may also be numbered.






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New Look at LES Rentals Replacing Old Moscot HQ on Orchard Street
April 27, 2017
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The Lower East Side confines leading up to the Williamsburg Bride is evolving rapidly. At the northeast corner of Delancey Street and Orchard, the old Moscot eyeglass store is being demolished. The two-floor building held the iconic retailer for 77-years according to a profile on the store and its owner by the Wall Street Journal. In its place will rise a 12-story, 24-unit rental building developed by JEMB Realty-affiliate, Helm Equities.


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805 Ninth to Bring New Two- and Three-Bedroom Condos to Hell's Kitchen
April 28, 2017
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The steel frame for a discreet collection of condos has slowly risen in Hell’s Kitchen. Simply known by its address, 805 Ninth Avenue, the 6-story building will hold five full-floor residences designed by St James Design. The two- to three-bedroom homes will feature quartz countertops, herringbone oak floors, floor-to-ceiling-windows and private outdoor space. Building amenities will include a virtual doorman, private storage and a bike room. Halstead Property Development Marketing (HPDM) is handling the sales which will officially launch later this year.




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