Bedford Avenue in southern Bed Stuy has become a hotbed of new construction, and the latest project nearing the finish line is a single-story conversion that’s risen into a six-story apartment building between Madison Street and Putnam Avenue.
The Lightstone Group’s expansive 700-unit mixed-use development at the properties 363 and 365 Bond Street, in Gowanus, was taking shape in April, and now cladding is being installed on a six-story portion, reports Brownstoner. Two structures will rise up to 12 stories along the canal, and Goldstein, Hill and West is designing the project. Completion is expected by early 2017.
Normandy Real Estate Partners and Princeton Holdings LLC have acquired the 160,000 square-foot low-rise industrial property at 333 Johnson Avenue in East Williamsburg for $26.75 million. The complex will be converted into a mixed-use commercial complex, featuring offices and retail. DNAinfo also reports the inclusion of a 40,000 square feet of outdoor space, and completion is expected in early 2016.
Ocean Bay Building Management has filed construction permits, reviving plans filed back in the summer of 2014, for their nine-story, 56-unit mixed-use building at 2126-2130 Ocean Avenue, in Madison (near the southern Midwood border). The building will measure nearly 53,100 square feet and includes a 510 square-foot community facility. Three two-story buildings were recently demolished to make-way for the project, and Building Consulting Engineering is the architect of record.
The concrete superstructure is taking shape for the futuristic William Vale hotel at 55 Wythe Avenue in Williamsburg, and it already looks as interesting as the rendering released last year.