Last September, YIMBY posted the first renderings for a new CetraRuddy-designed hotel coming to 414 West 15th Street, in the Meatpacking District. And now, we have a few more updated images of the project, which show some changes to the rooftop, and also reveal the development’s street-level appearance.
The superstructure of the 21-story, 183-room mixed-use building at 55 Wythe Avenue, in Williamsburg, is currently rising, Brownstoner revealed. Dubbed The William Vale, the development will also include retail and office components. Riverside Developers expect to complete the project by 2016, and Albo Liberis is designing.
The Wall Street Journal reports JetBlue Airways Corp. and MCR Development LLC are in advanced talks with the Port Authority to redevelop the vacant TWA Terminal at John F. Kennedy International Airport, in Queens. If a deal is agreed upon, a possibly $400 million project would include the construction of 500 hotel rooms split on either side of the terminal, and the likely conversion of the landmarked terminal structure into a restaurant.
Applications have been filed for an eight-story, 100-key hotel — the rooms split between roughly 66,000 square feet — at 456 Greenwich Street, in Tribeca. Western Heritable Investment Company, Caspi Development and Barone Management are the developers, and the entire building will span 102,000 square feet, with the SBJ Group designing.
Globiwest Hospitality has finally begun construction on its planned boutique hotel at Third Avenue and Sixth Street, where excavation kicked off last summer. The foundation and first floor were going in when YIMBY stopped by earlier this week.