Last summer, construction kicked off at 64 East 1st Street, in the East Village, where MGM Property Group and Ekstein Development are building a six-story, six-unit residential building, and now steel-frame construction is up to the third floor, according to EV Grieve. The full-floor condominiums, which average 2,185 square feet, will have two-bedroom configurations and outdoor terraces. GF55 Partners is designing, and completion is expected in 2016.
This past July, YIMBY brought you renderings of Ekstein Development’s planned nine-story, 86-unit residential building at 25-19 43rd Avenue, in Long Island City, and now foundation work has commenced at the site, according to The Court Square Blog. Dubbed Dutch, the building will contain relatively small condominiums, averaging just 792 square feet each. GF55 Partners is designing, and completion is expected in January of 2017.
In April of 2014, YIMBY brought you news of the six-story, six-unit residential building planned at 64 East 1st Street, in the East Village, and now the first steel beams have been erected at the site, per EV Grieve. The building will measure a total 13,100 square feet, and duplex condominium units will average 2,185 square feet; the unit on the sixth floor will also include a seventh floor penthouse. Ekstein Development is behind the project, and GF55 Partners is designing.
In March, Ekstein Development began excavation at 25-19 43rd Avenue, in Long Island City, where a nine-story, 86-unit residential building is planned, and now Real Estate Weekly has renderings of the project, dubbed Dutch. The 86 condominiums will spread across 68,145 square feet of residential space, working out to an average unit of just 792 square feet. GF55 Partners is designing, while GACE Consulting Engineers is serving as the structural engineer. Foundation work is currently underway, per TCSB, and completion is slated for January 2017.
Nearly a year ago, a planned eight-story, 105-unit residential building at 44-80 11th Street, in Long Island City, was one story up, and now the structure is topped-out, with façade and window installation nearly complete. Scaffolding has been removed from the nearly 79,500 square-foot structure, according to The Court Square Blog, and the building will be rentals, located a few blocks from the E, M, 7 and G subway lines. Ekstein Development is developing, while GF55 Partners is designing. Completion is expected by Fall of this year.