360 Tenth Avenue [The Real Deal]: Frank McCourt has hired SHoP to helm the design for a new 733,000-square foot mixed-use project coming to 360 Tenth Avenue, across the street from Related’s Hudson Yards.
111 4th Avenue [Brownstoner]: A number of three- and four-story brick walk-ups spanning 107-111 4th Avenue — in northern Park Slope — are being demolished to make way for an 11-story and 47-unit mixed-use building of 64,770 square feet.
438 East 14th Street [EV Grieve]: Crews are drilling to take soil samples outside the single-story post office spanning 432-438 East 14th Street, in the East Village, potentially ahead of a planned development project; no demolition or new construction filings have been submitted to the DoB.
131-27 224th Street [Brownstoner]: Habitat for Humanity is renovating two dilapidated two-story structures spanning 131-25 – 131-27 224th Street, in Laurelton; the buildings will undergo “a full restoration of the interiors and exteriors,” and the abodes will be single-family.
Block 675 [The Real Deal]: An undeveloped block in West Chelsea — bound by 11th and 12th Avenues and West 29th and 30th Streets — harbors a significant amount of development potential, with the 11th Avenue assemblage “offering more than 600,000 square feet of buildable space,” and the 12th Avenue end “currently allowing a 1.13-million square-foot commercial building.” No proposals are currently active.
329 Kent Avenue [Bedford+Bowery]: The vacant lots of 317-329 Kent Avenue — in Williamsburg — are being cleared of vegetation and debris ahead of Two Trees’ 16-story and 522-unit mixed-use building of 382,746 square feet. The site had been designated Phase 1 of the Domino Redevelopment, and SHoP is designing.
22-44 Jackson Avenue [LIC Post]: Demolition is moving full steam ahead at 5Pointz — located at 22-44 Jackson Avenue, in Long Island City — to make way for the Wolkoff’s 48- and 41-story mixed-use development.
21-16 44th Drive [The Court Square Blog]: Construction fencing has been removed at the development site at 21-16 44th Drive, in Long Island City; demolition of the site’s single-story predecessor wrapped up earlier this year, and plans for the site have not been disclosed.
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