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Like the Greenwich Lane, Chetrit and Clipper’s undertaking will also include several buildings of varying sizes, and in Cabrini’s case, there will be four. The largest, at 209-225 East 19th Street, will have 140 units and will stand sixteen stories tall; two buildings at 228 East 20th Street and 227 East 19th Street will also have 54 units apiece, while the smallest component will be 224 East 20th Street, with just eight full-floor apartments.


The largest part of the project — at 209-225 East 19th Street — is also set for the most dramatic exterior changes. Woods Bagot’s plan will replace the structure’s tiny windows and overbearing facade with enormous panes of glass, and what look to be a mix of limestone and brick. Plans for the other three components aren’t nearly as dramatic, and 228 East 20th Street will be the only part built from scratch.

DOB permits for the project have mostly been secured, and demolition permits for the old 228 East 20th Street were submitted last May. Completion is tentatively slated for 2016.
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Old Posted Mar 18, 2015, 9:55 PM
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The new owner plans to redevelop the brick-walled commercial building, located between Avenue of the Americas and Seventh Avenue, into luxury condominiums, according to several people involved. The site, which sits on the border of Chelsea and the Flatiron District, is comprised of 4,353 square feet of land and offers 44 feet of frontage.

The deal closed yesterday. The seller is listed in city records as New York-based Alfa Development, which purchased the building in May 2013.

The property contains 38,612 buildable square feet, allowing it to be redeveloped into a single 12-story residential building featuring one townhouse unit, six full-floor units, and two duplex penthouses, according to Mr. Amirian. Amenities at the new building will include a doorman, storage space and five on-site parking spots, he said. The total project is estimated to cost $54 million.
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Old Posted Mar 18, 2015, 9:57 PM
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In its fifth joint venture, Manhattan-based owner and developer Simon Baron Development and Quadrum Global, an international investment and development firm, have signed a 99-year ground lease on the Upper West Side, the two firms announced.

Plans call for demolishing two property lots operating as a parking garage and erecting a new 18-story, 100,000-square-foot luxury residential building with possible parking below grade, at 267-269 West 87th Street between Broadway and West End Avenue.

A deal was struck at the end of February based on a rent commencing in the high-$20s per square foot based on the 100,000 square feet of buildable area.
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Old Posted Mar 18, 2015, 10:53 PM
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Mapping the Crucial Developments That Will Reshape the Bronx

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101 LINCOLN AVENUE In the wake of Diaz's announcement of a desired waterfront park, behemoth developer Chetrit Group went buckwild and bought a 1.5 acre swath of land in Port Morris where they plan to erect six—count 'em, six—residential towers averaging 25-stories in height. No plans have been filed with the city yet, but the plan gives residents fearful of the dreaded G word something to worry about.
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This planned Melrose mega development will bring almost 1,000 apartments spread across five buildings to the borough. The development's plan includes green and solar-paneled rooftops, a rooftop farm, a 40,000-square-foot YMCA, and a dedicated music studio. At the northernmost site in the development that stretches between 151st and 154th streets will be a 25-story tower topped by a dedicated astronomy lab. FXFOWLE is the project's lead architect.


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Whats interesting about La Central in the Bronx is how many units it will bring. Roughly a 1000. A couple of other developments with 1400+ units are planned near the Bronx along the riverfront and also along the Queens riverfront near the Bronx. This project is also going to be very wide. So it will be an imposing set of high rises. Fxfowle tends to be pretty good with their designs. Hopefully the final product is spectacular.

Overall though, we have something like 8000 units planned for the South Bronx and its proximity. This being proposals in the pipeline, but many will see light by 2016 or so. In terms of the timeline, think long term with completion most likely by 2018.

Something to look forward too as DeBlasio's plan accelerates are large scale projects with a 1000 or more units. This will be the key component of his plan.
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Old Posted Mar 19, 2015, 10:00 PM
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At that meeting, Newman Design, the architects for the project, said the design complied with the Klein/Dinowitz law, as it contains less than 30,000 square feet of clinical space.

Simone will now build a luxury 48 unit residential building that is 14 stories high on the Riverdale Avenue side, including two stories of parking space for 48 cars. The site is on a hill, and on that side the building is 12 stories.
"It's not a little building, but it is in conformity with the buildings close by," said Mr. Dinowitz. "And 48 units can't possible have the enormous impact of a health care facility, with cars going in and out."

Guy Leibler, president of Simone Healthcare Development, said half of the 48 apartments will be one-bedrooms, and the rest will be two-bedroom units. Newman Design remains the architects for the residential project. Simone has not yet made a decision on whether the building's units will be rentals or for sale.
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A new 15-story hotel is being planned for 876 Sixth Avenue, according to permits filed with the city today. The developer is Raizada Vaid of Pinky Realty.

The project, located two blocks south and one block west of the Empire State Building at the corner of 31st Street and Sixth Avenue, will have 37 rooms and retail on the first and second floors. It will contain a total of 17,700 square feet.

Vaid, a Koreatown-based jeweler, purchased the existing four-story commercial building on the site for $2.2 million in 2010. The architect of record is Bricolage Designs.

Vaid owns several NoMad retail buildings, at 1204-1210 Broadway, 1212 Broadway, 1214-1216 Broadway and 28 West 30th Street, where he is looking to lease 30,000 square feet of ground floor retail space.
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The intersection of 125th Street and Lenox Avenue, already a hub of development, could get another big project. The Real Deal reports that a 200-unit, 15-story mixed-use building could sprout at 64-75 West 125th Street. Developer DHA Capital is close to finalizing a land-lease deal with the Fata Organization that would give them control of 150 feet along 125th Street. The proposed building, designed by GF55 Architects, would hold seven levels of retail.
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Front Page Update/Future Expansion: Memo to mods and members.

For the first post aka directory, I will soon add the u/c threads with links to the corresponding thread. In the future, if something gets moved, if anybody could just drop a message or post here saying, this got moved from proposed --> u/c, or u/c to complete it would be a big help. Sometimes its challenging keeping track of things in terms of SSP logistics and what gets moved or not. Theres usually that "moved" icon, but if it expires, and I don't see it, it will result in inaccurate or delayed info for the directory.

Essential it will be:

Proposed

[... threads with links]

u/c

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ect.

I will even do one for Jersey City.

Also, if anybody wants there thread in the front page for easy access so others can see it, let me know, I'll add it if its useful for the nyc metro. Photo Threads will be added soon. This being compilation photo threads.
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Construction links added and a search tip:

1) Every SSP construction thread for NYC was added to first post with working link.

2) Added another useful nyc thread/resource: YIMBY Forums NY section

Search Tip:

1) In order to quickly browse, and at a level thats very accurate versus the ssp search feature, without the 60 second delay, do this as a reminder:

A) Scroll to top of 1st page

B) Control + F

C) Type keyword. If your looking for lets say "6 Water Street" or "Ashland Place", type that in and press enter until if goes to it. Usually, its the first enter. If you don't know the exact address ,type a key word. Lets say your looking for 1800 Park, but forget the 1800, typing just "park" and hitting enter until you find it in the first post will yield the answer very quickly.

Its a good way to find it versus going through 17 or more pages or proposed or 9 pages or more of u/c threads in the corresponding sub forums.

Remember though to scroll to the top of the page, otherwise it will pick up other projects that are possibly new versus the actual ssp thread with the link. You can also use the arrows for the control+f but often, since the links are near the top, its just easier and its a matter of the keyword and hitting enter x amount of times until you find it. Should be able to find a thread accurately in 10-15 seconds using the directory.


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876 6th Avenue: Pinky Realty has filed applications for a 15-story, 37-unit residential building measuring 17,700 square feet at 59-61 West 31st Street, also known as 876 6th Avenue, in Midtown South. Bricolage is designing, and an existing low-rise building must first be demolished.
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The Condos at Navy Green is located at the cross section of Brooklyn’s Fort Greene and, Clinton Hill neighborhoods, and the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Located at 8 Vanderbilt Avenue, this new construction building offers homeownership opportunities in a newly constructed, vibrant mixed-use community. The larger Navy Green development includes over 400 apartments, 23 single-family townhouses, over 30,000 square feet of landscaped common green, and retail and community facility spaces.

The Condos at Navy Green is a 12 story building consisting of 99 units, ranging from 1 to 3 bedrooms. 74 of the units will be income-restricted to moderate/middle income households.
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DHA Capital is developing while CetraRuddy is the architect.

The new plans paint a much prettier picture than the old renderings, though the form of the building appears unchanged. The buildings will be faced in brick, and will also enhance the block’s street-wall, pressing up against the sidewalk. Metal-clad nodules begin at the ninth floor, extending above the tenth floor setback, adding a touch of creativity to an otherwise simple massing envelope that tops-out 14 floors above street level.

546 West 44th Street will have 280 rental apartments spanning 263,300 square feet of space, and 20% of the units will be affordable. Despite that, DHA Capital appears to have forgone environmentally-unfriendly and aesthetically-unpleasing PTAC units, which pockmark the facades of most new rental developments in New York City.

In the meantime, permits for 546 West 44th Street were issued last October, meaning construction should soon be underway.
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The partnership of Himmel + Meringoff and The Swig Company, co-owners of 1460 Broadway, the 215,000 s/f, mixed-use Bryant Park office tower, has selected MdeAS Architects to redevelop and reposition the 16-story property acquired jointly last September, 2014.

“We interviewed a wide variety of architectural firms, each of whom had creative ideas,” said Leslie Himmel, of Himmel + Meringoff, “but ultimately MdeAS, led by Dan Shannon, shared our vision for the creation of a distinctive building in a legendary destination, proposing a design that would attract a diversified mix of office tenants, as well as a retailer keen to have front row center visibility on The Crossroads of the World.”
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