YIMBY Today: New Look for 50 Clinton Street, 23-Story Building for 56 Fulton, More

50 Clinton Street, rendering via DNA Capital50 Clinton Street, rendering via DNA Capital

50 Clinton Street [New York Daily News]: Developer DHA Capital is planning a seven-story and 37-unit residential building spanning 50-62 Clinton Street, on the Lower East Side; the developer is expected to close on the site in November after purchasing it for nearly $29 million, and the existing single-story structures must then be demolished.

56 North 9th Street

56 North 9th Street, image by Gene Kaufman via Brownstoner

56 North 9th Street [Brownstoner]: Gene Kaufman has released renderings for his latest Brooklyn project, at 56 North 9th Street and Kent Avenue, which will stand six stories tall and house 56 apartments. The building will span 108,000 square feet, and the first two floors will be occupied by retail.

150 Charles Street [Curbed]: Cladding is ascending up the 15-story and 91-unit residential building located at 150 Charles Street, in the West Village; designed by COOKFOX, construction is to be completed in 2015.

56 Fulton Street, rendering by Goldstein Hill & West Architects

56 Fulton Street, rendering by Goldstein Hill & West Architects

56 Fulton Street [Commercial Observer]: Steven Brauser, partnered with Socius Development Group, has plans for a 23-story and 120-unit residential building — spanning 130,000 square feet — at 54-56 Fulton Street, in the Financial District. Goldstein Hill & West is designing, and demolition of the existing 10-story parking garage will commence in November, with completion in 2016.

98-40 Albert Road [The Forum]: The School Construction Authority has disclosed plans for a 504-student elementary school — dubbed Public School 323 — for the vacant parcel of 98-40 – 98-50 Albert Road, in Ozone Park; construction is “scheduled to start in September 2015,” with the school opening in September of 2017.

GWB Bus Station Terminal, renderings via the Port Authority

GWB Bus Station Terminal, renderings via the Port Authority

GWB Bus Station Renovation [DNAinfo New York]: In Washington Heights, the Port Authority and a Development Venture LLC have set commercial tenants for the GWB Bus Station Renovation, expected to open by June of 2015. Besides the retail , the PA “is allocating 1,600 square feet of community space” for a nonprofit organization.

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