Extell Development has filed plans for a 13-story, mixed-use development at 501 Third Avenue, at the corner of 34th Street on the border between Kips Bay and Murray Hill.
Property owner UDR has filed applications for a single-story, 6,179-square-foot retail building at 401 East 34th Street, located on the corner of East 35th Street and First Avenue in Kips Bay. The new structure will host a restaurant on the ground floor and retail space in the cellar. It will be located on the grounds of Joseph Slifka Park, where a playground currently exists. The new retail space won’t have to be approved through the city’s Uniform Land Use Review Procedure (ULURP) even though it’s being built on public park space. In October of 2015, Community Board 6 voted to allow retail project to proceed without a rezoning/city approval. Brooklyn-based Much Architecture is the architect of record. The park – which was built as part of the 35-story, 706-rental-unit residential building View 34 (previously known as Rivergate) – will also see an overhaul, with upgrades including a new dog run and an artificial turf area.
NYU Langone Medical Center has a pair of expansion projects underway on both ends of its East Side campus, and, today, with the help of photographer Tectonic, YIMBY has updates on both of them.
A 34-story, mixed-use tower is coming to the corner of 27th Street and Third Avenue in Kips Bay, on the east side of Manhattan. New building applications filed yesterday reveal that the development will rise 388 feet into the air and fill most of the block between 26th and 27th streets.
In late 2013, YIMBY reported on applications for New York University Langone Medical Center’s planned Helen L. and Martin S. Kimmel Pavilion hospital expansion at 400-424 East 34th Street, located on the corner of the FDR Drive in Kips Bay. Now, Tectonic has photos of the structure and it’s 12 stories above street level and rising. The new hospital wing, which will connect to Tisch Hospital, will stand 21 stories in height and measure 830,000 square feet. The medical facility will feature single-bed inpatient rooms, procedural and operative rooms, conference rooms, and amenities like children’s play areas and a café. It will also share the same support services with the rest of the campus. Ennead Architects is designing and completion is expected in 2018.