47 Bridge Street [Curbed]: “Construction is up to the second floor” of Greystone’s seven-story and 25-unit apartment building at 47 Bridge Street, in Dumbo; renderings have also been released.
510 Driggs Avenue [Crain’s New York]: Alliance Private Capital purchased the vacant lot at 510 Driggs Avenue, in Williamsburg, for $35 million. The intention is redevelopment, and a five-story and 70,000 square-foot building could be constructed; the new owner “is planning to build either a rental or condo building.”
202 Mother Gaston Boulevard [Curbed]: Habitat for Humanity is constructing a four-story and 15-unit affordable condo building at the vacant lot of 202 Mother Gaston Boulevard, in Brownsville.
30 East 31st Street [Commercial Observer]: Eckstein Development Group has filed applications to demolish the existing five-story building — at 30 East 31st Street, in Midtown South — to make way for a 14-story condominium building “slated to break ground in the fourth quarter of this year.”
625 Fulton Street [Brownstoner]: Forest City Ratner has completed the demolition of a former office building located at 625 Fulton Street, in Fort Greene; the site totals 62,472 square feet, and the developer can “build as large as 624,720 square feet.” Apartments are planned, but the scale and scope of development has yet to be revealed.
31-01 21st Street [We Heart Astoria]: A three-floor extension is planned for a single-story structure at 31-01 21st Street, in Astoria. The plans include include six residential units and 1,639 square feet of commercial space.
81-3 57th Street [QC]: Renderings have been posted for a conjoined seven-townhouse and three-story development spanning the vacant lots of 81-3 57th Street, in Elmhurst; foundation work has begun, and the project is expected to be completed by Fall 2016.
42-60 Crescent Street [The Court Square Blog]: Excavation has begun on a 10-story and 40-unit residential building at 42-60 Crescent Street, in Long Island City; the building will span 47,315 square feet, including 2,309 square feet of commercial space, and completion is expected in Fall 2015.
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