1444 3rd Avenue [A Fine Blog]: Filed in Summer 2014, renderings from ODA Architecture have resurfaced for a planned 10-story, nine-unit mixed-use building measuring nearly 25,300 square feet at 1444 3rd Avenue, on the Upper East Side. Demolition is underway to remove the existing four-story building.
655 West 187th Street [DNAinfo New York]: Updated renderings reveal The Lilak — an eight-story, 47-unit modular mixed-use building — being developed by HAP Investment Developers at 655 West 187th Street, in northern Washington Heights. Construction begins in May, and completion is expected “by June 2016.”
8-16 Nevins Street [Brownstoner]: Since renderings were revealed by YIMBY early last year, demolition has kicked off to remove the old low-rise occupants located at 8-16 Nevins Street, in Downtown Brooklyn. Bushburg Properties plans to construct a 28-story, 149-unit mixed-use building measuring nearly 124,300 square feet.
42-15 Crescent Street [The Court Square Blog]: Steel has topped out at 42-15 Crescent Street, in Long Island City, where Meadow Partners is converting and expanding the existing structure into an 11-story, 124-unit mixed-use building. Façade installation is underway, and completion is expected in Fall 2015.
1 Flatbush Avenue [New York Post]: Slate Property Group and Meadow Partners “have closed on the purchase” of 1 Flatbush Avenue, in Downtown Brooklyn, for $59 million. The price-per-square-foot is a record, and the duo plans to develop a 19-story, 157-rental-unit mixed-use building.
39 Ainslie Street [Commercial Observer]: Brooklyn Standard Properties has acquired the four-story, 20,000 square-foot building at 39 Ainslie Street, in Williamsburg, for $7 million. The new owner plans to reposition the building to contain nine residential units and a commercial ground floor.
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