Plans to expand New York Blood Center’s headquarters at 310 East 67th Street in Manhattan have drawn ire from Lenox Hill residents and Upper East Side community groups. The development calls for demolition of the center’s existing property and the construction of a new 16-story building.
BKSK Architects again appeared before the Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) seeking approvals for a single-story addition and storefront infill at 63-65 Gansevoort Street in Manhattan. Considering the property’s location in the Meatpacking District, also referred…
Renderings from SHoP Architects reveal One45, a proposed mixed-use development that will house the new Museum of Civil Rights, income restricted housing, and unspecified community facilities. The development site comprises a five-lot assemblage in West Harlem between 144th and 145th Streets, Lenox Avenue, and Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. Boulevard. Elevation diagrams for the proposed buildings reveal an 85-foot-tall base with two towers, each rising to a height of approximately 363 feet. Roof mechanicals account for an additional 30 vertical feet.
The affordable housing lottery has launched for 2494 Amsterdam Avenue, a four-story residential building in Washington Heights, Manhattan. The 51,610-square-foot development was designed by Eyal Levitt Architect and yields 15 units. Available on NYC Housing Connect are three units for residents at 60 percent of the area median income (AMI), ranging in eligible income from $27,600 to $64,440.
The historic Tin Building at South Street Seaport will soon be home to the largest construction-grade glass media wall in the world. Designed by ANC, an experiential design company, the wall will enclose more than 1,100 square feet of space surrounding the building’s escalators.