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Over the next year, developer Astral Weeks will turn the site — currently a traditional parking lot — into a four-story creative office building designed by VAMOS Architects. The structure will have modern interior details and a glass facade covered by what looks to be a perforated metal screen.

The 2,822-square-foot below-ground space will accommodate a large restaurant or retail tenant.
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With approved permits in place, Blumenfield Development Group is ready to move forward on their Bjarke Ingels Group-designed mixed-use project at 146 East 125th Street between Lexington and Third Avenues. Initial ground testing has taken place, and a construction fence has been erected along the lot’s northern 126th Street frontage. According to permits filed in December 2014, the upcoming 230,000-square-foot building will contain 40,000 square feet of commercial space and 233 apartments, 20% of which will be designated as affordable.
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Designed by Udo Maron of Array Architects (a firm specializing in medical buildings), the new building will have a windowed ground floor topped by three stories of what appears to be white fritted glass (aka glass painted to act as a sun screen) and then another three floors of clear windows set back from Pennsylvania Avenue.

The facade has alternating concave and convex forms — creating an angular ripple effect that gives the impression of movement and emphasizes that important corner at the intersection of the two streets.
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Here’s our first look at a five-story, 55-foot-tall residential buildings under construction in Crown Heights. The approximately 10,400-square-foot site at 1740 Pacific Street was purchased for $1.3 million in May of 2015 by Pacific Project Realty LLC and is now giving way to a 24-unit, 6,088-square-foot building. It’s being designed by Input Creative Studio, and Diego Aguilera Architects P.C. is the architect of record. The exterior, clad in red-brick with metal balconies and railings, is organized into four parts, each of which will house six units.
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^ A subway station only 2 short blocks away. Why can they only build 4 stories?

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The mixed-use development will house 19 units spread across 16,009 square feet of residential space, as well as 8,000 square feet of retail and 2,000 square feet for a medical clinic, according to new building permits issued last month. It will also have a laundry room, roof deck and bike storage. The architect of record is Bong Yu PC Engineers and Architects.
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Mark Yunger’s Bridgewater Capital Partners closed on the purchase of a mammoth Staten Island development site, with plans to build a multi-building, mixed-use complex.

The Midtown-based development firm picked a 38.8-acre site on the island’s south shore, at 1 Nassau Place, paying $30 million to telecommunications giant Alcatel-Lucent in an off-market, all-cash transaction, according to property records and sources familiar with the deal, which closed Dec. 30, 2015.

The land, currently vacant, is zoned for industrial, office and retail use and offers 3.5 million buildable square feet. Part of the massive site is unusable wetlands.

Bridgewater aims to rezone the site to allow for a senior assisted living and residential development that the firm would build alone. The company also hopes to recruit a partner to develop a residential complex there, and is in talks to that effect with multiple “major Manhattan real estate investment trusts,” sources said.

In addition, the firm plans to build a big-box retail location at the site, to encompass about 220,000 square feet, sources said.
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The mixed-use project, officially known as 1 Bushwick, would offer commercial, retail, residential, hotel, cultural, and agricultural spaces. The aforementioned rooftop farm would be nearly 165,000 square feet; Brooklyn Grange, which is currently the world’s largest rooftop soil farm, occupies 108,000 square feet across two sites. A description of 1 Bushwick says: “Guests relaxing in the rooftop pool will be regaled by a rare experience: views of the skyscrapers of Manhattan — and cornfields.”

The 605,500-square-foot development is part of the larger, 10-block Rheingold Brewery development, where architectural firm ODA proposed a 400-unit rental building. Developer Rabsky Group bought 930 Flushing Avenue for $11.25 million in June 2014. The site was one of many sold by Read Property Group that caused controversy for the fact that their zoning prohibits affordable housing, though Read agreed it would set aside 30 percent of units for just that. Rabsky has said they will move ahead with the agreement, but they aren’t legally bound.
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As East Harlem braces for another rezoning, developers continue to transform the neighborhood’s small storefronts and vacant lots into new residential projects.

Last week, we spotted plans for another building that we can add to the fast-growing list of developments in the area. It would rise at 2282 Second Avenue, on the corner of 117th Street. The eight-story building would replace a single-story commercial one, formerly a wholesale business that sold floor cleaning supplies and janitorial equipment.

The project would be mostly residential, but the ground floor would have small retail and community facility spaces. New building applications reveal that there will be 13 apartments across 11,546 square feet of residential space, and average apartments will be a reasonably sized 888 square feet.

There would be 600 square feet of retail and 570 square feet for community facilities, which will likely be a medical office. Each upper floor would hold two or three apartments – including two duplexes on the sixth and seventh floors – and the eighth floor would have a full-floor penthouse.

The developer is Peter Sareyani, doing business as an LLC based on the Upper East Side. Forest Hills-based ARC Architecture and Design applied for the permits.
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After announcing two weeks ago that they’d be launching a free shuttle service to connect with 13 subway lines, the Brooklyn Navy Yard has now released additional details about the shuttle, as well as new renderings of Building 77′s $185 million renovation, reports Brownstoner. The 1,000,000-square-foot structure, a former ammunition depot, is the largest on the site, and when it reopens in 2017 it will offer luxury commercial space, a 16,000-square-foot rooftop, and its hotly anticipated food hall to be anchored by Lower East Side mainstay Russ & Daughters. The shuttle will have WiFi and will also connect to the LIRR. Additionally, the Navy Yard will get seven Citi Bike kiosks and 1,600 parking spaces.

The food hall will encompass 60,000 square feet on the ground floor, 14,000 of which will be reserved for Russ & Daughters. Beyer Blinder Belle are the lead architects on Building 77, but Marvel Architects is responsible for the food court. It will have a “glass wall” design that allows visitors to watch behind-the-scenes operations, as well as communal seating and a lounge/bar area.

Upper floors will house commercial office space, which includes eight 1,200-square-foot private terraces. The top two floors are known as the Beacon thanks to their unobstructed views of Downtown Brooklyn and Manhattan. They’ll have 140,000 square feet of space with 11-foot ceilings.

Building 77 is the largest on the Navy Yard site, but other renovation projects include the Steiner Studios expansion, Dock 72 co-working center, Green Manufacturing Center, and the new shopping complex that will replace Admiral’s Row and be anchored by a Wegman’s grocery store. The entire Navy Yard redevelopment will add 16,000 jobs.





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Per the plans, the building will rise ten stories and have 232 apartments spread out over 184,000 square feet of residential space, an increase from the original 208 units. There will also be 29,000 square feet of commercial space (Bernheimer Architecture, which is working on the project, says it will be "sawtooth retail storefront"), along with 14,000 square feet devoted to a community space. A chunk of the apartments will be reserved for affordable senior housing, with the rest going to families "earning between $24,200 - $72,600 annually for an individual and $34,520 - $103,560 for a family of four," per the HPD.
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