Back in 2014, B+B Capital and Mink Development acquired, for $19 million, the five-story, five-rental-unit building at 39 East 72nd Street, located in the Upper East Side Historic District, with plans to restore it to its former glory as a single-family townhouse. The developers have secured $30 million in financing for the project, which now is expected to include three condominiums, according to Real Estate Weekly. The 13,036-square-foot structure will be expanded by two stories, increasing the property’s square-footage to 18,412 square feet. Filings indicate the residential units will all be triplexes, averaging an enormous 5,256 square feet apiece. The Landmarks Preservation Commission reportedly approved the project back in 2014. CetraRuddy is the design architect.
Last week, YIMBY brought you the first look at B+B Capital’s South Williamsburg condos on South 3rd Street. Now we have a rendering for another B+B development under construction a bit further south, at 176-178 Division Avenue.
Back in January, the Daily News posted the first rendering for a new cantilevering project coming to 251 West 14th Street, in West Chelsea. Now, we have an updated look at the building, which is being designed by ODA and developed by B+B Capital.
Early last year, Curbed revealed a glassy rendering for a condo project at 200 South 3rd Street in Williamsburg. Now YIMBY has a rendering for a completely revamped version of the building that will rise between Driggs Avenue and Roebling Street.
Back in July, we lamented the somewhat tepid growth along West 14th Street in Manhattan, whose lackluster brownstones belie its importance as one of Manhattan’s most important and transit-accessible crosstown corridors. The zoning unfortunately does not allow any…