Construction has almost wrapped on 333 Lenox Road, in the Lefferts Gardens neighborhood of Brooklyn, and today we have a photo update on the project as well as a new rendering of what it will ultimately look like. The building is a joint venture between SelfHelp Community Services Inc and the Briarwood Organization. Upon its completion, the development will yield 54 units of residential housing for low income senior citizens.
Permits have been filed for a five-story commercial building at 512 West 143rd Street, in Hamilton Heights, Manhattan. The site is three blocks away from the 145th Street and Broadway Subway Station, serviced by the 1 train. Two blocks further to the west is Riverbank State Park, located along the shore of the Hudson River. Four blocks to the east is the 145th Street and St. Nicholas Avenue Subway Station, serviced by the A, B, C, and D trains. Brotherhood / Sister Sol will be responsible for development.
Permits have been filed for a four-story residential building at 1252 39th Street, in Borough Park, Brooklyn. The site is eight blocks away from the Church Avenue Subway Station, serviced by the F train, and end of the line for G trains. Ten blocks in the opposite direction is the Fort Hamilton Parkway Subway Station, serviced by the D train. Brooklyn-based SNAP Developers LLC is behind the project.
Back in December, YIMBY reported that work had appeared to stall for The Perelman Performing Arts Center at the World Trade Center, in the Financial District. While things have appeared to remain in-stasis since then, news has now broken that Governor Cuomo has officially allowed construction of the new PAC. That means work should soon begin again on the site, and may partially explain the delays seen over the past few months.
An empty lot in the historic neighborhood of Bedford-Stuyvesant is looking to be filled. The site at 514 Halsey Street has now seen two proposals by Kane Architecture and Urban Design. Their first proposal to the Landmark Preservation Commission was four months prior and was rejected. Today, we can reveal the redesigned site following the first hearing.