In August of 2015, YIMBY revealed new renderings of the 39-story, 640-unit mixed-use project planned at 10 Huron Street and 19 India Street (a.k.a. 145-155 West Street), in Greenpoint, located five blocks from the Greenpoint Avenue stop on the G train. Now the tower portion, at 10 Huron, is four stories above street level, while the foundation is complete where the six-story portion will go at 19 India, as seen in photos by NyConstructionPhoto. The entire complex will encompass 716,982 square feet. Across both buildings, there will be a total of 19,324 square feet of ground-floor retail space, in addition to a 3,802-square-foot medical office. The residential units should average 894 square feet apiece, of which 128 will be rented at below-market rates through the housing lottery.
Leroy Blake, doing business as an anonymous Queens-based LLC, has filed applications for four three-story residential buildings at 98-03 37th Avenue and 35-53 – 35-57 98th Street, in North Corona, located four blocks from the Junction Boulevard stop on the 7 train. They will vary in size, measuring between 3,240 to 3,960 square feet each. The two closest to 37th Avenue will contain ground-floor retail space and a single unit on each of the upper floors. The other two will contain three units each. Across the entire development, the full-floor apartments should average 899 square feet apiece, while the retail units should average 616 square feet apiece. Chang Hwa Tan’s Flushing-based Tan Architect is the architect of record. A two-story house on the corner must first be demolished.
In December of 2015, YIMBY reported on the topping out of the 17-story, 278-unit residential building underway at 550 Vanderbilt Avenue, in Prospect Heights. Now, the structure, which is one of 17 buildings within the Pacific Park mega-development, is having its façade and windows installed, Brownstoner reports. The structure encompasses 359,625 square feet. It includes a 4,731-square-foot ground-floor retail component, and its residential units, which are condominiums, should average 1,173 square feet apiece. The units will come in studio to four-bedroom configurations. Amenities include a library, a lounge with outdoor terraces, a private dining room, a fitness center, a children’s playroom, a landscaped roof deck, an interior communal garden, and an underground parking garage. A partnership between Forest City Ratner Companies and Greenland USA are developing, while COOKFOX Architects is designing. Completion is expected later this year.
Back in February, the first renderings were revealed of the planned 86-story, 245-unit mixed-use tower at 45 Broad Street, in the Financial District. The renderings originated from EB-5 materials, as the development team – Madison Equities, Pizzarotti-IBC, and AMS Acquisitions – is hoping to raise $75 million in financing through the program. Now, another rendering of the CetraRuddy-designed project has surfaced via YIMBY Forums, which depicts the tower when viewed from the north (looking southward down Broad Street). New buildings applications haven’t been filed yet, but the 1,100-foot-tall tower will encompass approximately 298,000 square feet. The first five floors should host 50,000 square feet of commercial space, while the apartments above should come in studio to three-bedroom layouts. There will also be 20,000 square feet of amenities. Groundbreaking is expected later this year, and completion is ambitiously scheduled for 2018.
In January, Kushner Real Estate Group and Mark Built Homes acquired, for $12 million from the borough, the five-acre development site at 33 Green Village Road, in the northern New Jersey community of Madison. Last week, the developers hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for their four-story, 135-unit mixed-use complex, dubbed Madison Place, TapIntoMadison reports. Planned is a 100-unit component called Rose Hall, which will host market-rate rental apartments, and a 35-unit component named Madison Place, which will contain condominiums. Rose Hall will also feature ground-floor commercial space for retail and restaurants, as well as a 3,000-square-foot community center. The site was previously occupied by the long-vacant Green Village Road School, which has since been demolished. Marchetto Higgins Stieve and landscape architecture firm Melillo + Bauer Associates are designing. Completion is expected in 2017. The complex will be located three blocks north of NJ Transit’s Madison station.