In June 2014, YIMBY revealed renderings of the office-to-residential conversion of the 10-story building at 11 Beach Street, in Tribeca, and now construction is well underway, per Curbed. An atrium has been carved out of the building’s center, and the converted structure will contain 27 three- to five-bedroom condominiums, averaging an impressive 3,975 square feet apiece. HFZ Capital is developing, while BKSK Architects is designing; interiors are being designed by Thomas Juul-Hansen. Completion is expected in 2016.
William Gottlieb Real Estate and Aurora Capital Associates are planning to redevelop the low-rise market buildings spanning 46-74 Gansevoort Street, in the Meatpacking District, according to The Villager. Plans, filed this past June, call for an eight-story building at 70-74 Gansevoort, and expansions to three and four stories to existing two-story buildings at 60-68 Gansevoort.
Demolition of the structures at Nos. 50 and 70-74 is the first step, and any alteration or removal will have to be approved by the LPC. The properties are zoned for hotels, offices, retail and light manufacturing, and roughly 111,000 square feet of space is proposed. BKSK is the architect of record.
Back in 2012, the LPC approved plans for a 12-story, 14-unit mixed-use building at 688 Broadway, in NoHo, and now Curbed has spotted the project’s teaser site, which comes with a rendering of the entrance at…
Fortis Property Group is moving forward with their plans to convert Long Island College Hospital’s Cobble Hill buildings to residential, and now they’ve filed an application to renovate the landmarked Polhemus Building at 350 Henry Street into apartments.
Second Development Services and Richport Group have acquired a new $28 million construction loan for their 11-story, six-condo-unit building under construction at 25 Great Jones Street/22 Bond Street, in NoHo, reports Commercial Observer. The project is being sculpted out of a previously half-way completed hotel structure, and BKSK Architects is designing. The $52 million project is proceeding, although behind schedule, and an opening date hasn’t been revealed yet.