Manhattan

41 Great Jones Street

Six-Story, Three-Unit Residential Conversion At 41 Great Jones Street Approved, NoHo

Earlier this year, the LPC approved the conversion of a five-story commercial structure into a six-story, three-unit residential building at 41 Great Jones Street, in NoHo. Now Community Board 2 has approved the building for residential use, according to Real Estate Weekly. The units will be condominiums — two duplexes and a triplex — spanning a total of 13,333 square feet. The exterior will also be restored, and construction is slated to begin this November. Blumenfeld Development Group is developing, while Morris Adjmi Architects is designing.


625 West 57th Street

BIG’s 32-Story, 709-Unit Tetrahedron At 625 West 57th Street Nearing Completion

YIMBY noted in January of this year that the Durst Organization’s 32-story, 709-unit mixed-use building at 625 West 57th Street was nearly topped out, and now the project is structurally complete and receiving its final curtain wall, per DesignBoom. The building, which has a pinnacle 467 feet above street level, was designed by Bjarke Ingels Group, and has been dubbed Via. Completion is expected in the coming months, and YIMBY has chronicled the project’s construction since the start, with updates as far back as August 2013.


215 West 122nd Street

Six-Story, Six-Unit Residential Building Filed At 215 West 122nd Street, Harlem

This past summer, DNAinfo reported that the dilapidated two-story church at 215 West 122nd Street in Harlem was going to be demolished, and now applications have been filed for the site’s replacement. Yaniv Zohar has filed for a six-story, six-unit residential building measuring a total 8,881 square feet. The full-floor units will likely be condos, averaging 1,480 square feet apiece. The top-floor unit will also feature a seventh-floor penthouse. Arnold Montag’s Great Neck-based AM/PM Design & Consulting is the architect of record.


Pier 57

Updated Plans Revealed For Pier 57 “SuperPier” Project, Meatpacking District

YoungWoo & Associates and RXR Realty have presented updated plans for the renovation of Pier 57, an abandoned 560,000 square-foot former waterway terminal, near the Meatpacking District. According to Curbed, the rooftop will operate as a 1.8-acre public park, with 13,399 square feet of green space, a restaurant pavilion and wooden stadium. It was also previously reported a 100,000 square-foot food court is planned, and Google is expected to take 250,000 square feet of office space. A public hearing on the project is expected in the coming months. Completion is slated for 2017.


300 West 122nd Street

12-Story, 127-Unit Mixed-Use Project Planned At 300 West 122nd Street, Harlem

RGS Holdings has partnered with the property owner of 300 West 122nd Street, in Harlem, to develop a 12-story, 127-unit mixed-use building, according to Curbed. The site also includes the two-story building at 223 St. Nicholas Avenue, which will have to be demolished. The new building will measure roughly 161,300 square feet, and features 28,700 square feet of retail space on the ground floor. The units will be condominiums, and a slew of amenities are included. PBDW Architects is designing, and the project is expected to be complete in 2017.


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