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271 Sea Breeze is now finally on its way to becoming the home of a 19-story residential building. The Seabreeze is slated to rise a total of 230 feet, divided amongst 19 floors. Offering up a grand total 179,267 square feet of space, the project will yield 114 residential units. With an average size of 1,572 square feet, the building is leaning more to the tone of luxury, with condominiums likely.

Furthering that idea is the inclusion of 135 permanent parking spaces in the building’s base for residents’ convenience. The project will also include approximately 32,000 square feet of community space.

The waterfront location will offer up unobstructed views of the Atlantic Ocean on the building’s south side, as well as views of the Manhattan skyline to the northwest. The site also finds itself situated directly adjacent to Asser Levy Park, which opens up to Coney Island Beach, offering residents near direct access.
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Old Posted Jan 27, 2018, 12:25 AM
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Just a snap shot of SSP diagrams for NYC. Built + u/c super talls and in order, the tallest towers.

Towers u/c are redefining the top 10. Always replacing the current champ in X(1-10) spot.

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Current proposal diagrams.

Holy crap does Koops65 and Koodoo produce some fine work. And quantity of it too!

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Two more deep pocket donors to Mayor de Blasio have been picked by the city to build hundreds of units of market-rate housing on public property, records show.

The wealthy owners of the Arker Companies and Two Trees have collectively raised $124,600 for the mayor and his causes, records show.

On Thursday the city announced they’d picked Arker and Two Trees to build two 16-story apartment towers on parking lots at NYCHA’s Wyckoff Gardens in gentrified Boerum Hill, Brooklyn.

Half of the 500 units will be affordable, half market rate. That means the developers will likely be fetching rents that top $3,900 for two-bedrooms built on public land.

The project is part of NYCHA’s plan to raise millions by leasing out empty space to developers for 99 years in return for payments that help fund much-needed repairs.
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^^^ That's hideous. All I see is the Red Cross.
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And am I wrong that it looks like it's leaving that miserable one story turd that houses the T-Mobile? The streetwall offence here should be a goddamn crime...
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The site is one block away from the Jamaica LIRR Train Station, and the Sutphin Boulevard-Archer Avenue-JFK Subway Station, serviced by the E, J, and Z trains. Sutphin Boulevard Subway Station is six blocks further, serviced by the F train. Artimus Construction will be developing.

The 254-foot tall structure will yield 549,830 square feet of space, with 16,140 square feet dedicated to retail space in the cellar and on the ground floor, and 411,400 square feet for residential use. 522 apartments will be created, averaging 788 square feet apiece, indicating rentals.

114 parking spaces will be made, as well as 114 parking spaces will be made available in a three-story garage. Tenants will have access to a myriad of amenities, including a dog washroom, screening room, package room, two fitness centers, storage, laundry room, library, two children playrooms, two lounges, a computer room, common outdoor terrace on the fifth floor, private terraces, on the fifth and 23 floor, and a tenant rooftop terrace.
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The site is five blocks away from the footpath entrance to the Williamsburg Bridge, and the Essex Street Subway Station, serviced by the J, M, Z trains.

The 119-foot tall structure will yield 80,380 square feet of space, with 58,950 square feet dedicated to residential use, and 8,350 square feet dedicated to an ambulatory diagnostic facility on the ground floor. 69 apartments will be created, averaging 854 square feet apiece, likely condominiums.

10 parking spaces will be available on-site, as well as capacity to store 35 bicycles in the cellar. Tenants will have access to a lobby, outdoor recreation area on the second and eighth floor, as well as a rooftop terrace. It appears that seven private terraces will also be made available on the upper floors.

The estimated completion date has not been announced.
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New renderings are out for the 11-story condominium building rising at 515 West 29th Street, in West Chelsea. Singaporean-based SCDA Architects, led by Soo Chan, is responsible for the design, which incorporates a series of glass panels producing a rippling effect on the façade. They also bear a striking resemblance to an art piece by Marcel Duchamp, “Three Standard Stoppages,” a play on ideas of identity and form through measurement. This might be intentional, considering its location, with dozens of galleries and artist studios in the blocks that surround the project.
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HAP Investments has purchased a development site in Tribeca for $46 million, where it is planning to build a 40-unit condominium project, sources told The Real Deal.

The site is located at 65 Franklin Street, right by Broadway, and HAP purchased it from Miami-based Crescent Heights Realty, which was co-founded by Sonny Kahn, Russell Galbut and Bruce Menin. The property contains 64,430 buildable square feet, although this can increase to 77,000 with additional air rights. The price per square foot works out to about $714 for HAP.
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