The administration of Mayor Bill de Blasio is planning to transform multiple industrial buildings at Bush Terminal, located on First Avenue between 41st and 43rd streets in Sunset Park, into a multi-building manufacturing and film production hub, called Made In New York. Renderings of the project have been revealed on Curbed NY.
Construction has topped out and façade installation is imminent on the nine-story, 175-key Hoxton Hotel under development at 97 Wythe Avenue, located on the corner of North 9th Street in Williamsburg. The structure can be seen in an update by the Brooklyn Daily Eagle. The latest building permits indicate the new building will encompass 80,118 square feet and rise 96 feet to its roof.
A seven-story concrete frame awaits façade installation at 25-11 38th Avenue, in northern Long Island City. Tamares Development’s 38,568-square-foot project contains a light manufacturing facility at ground level and 32 residential units above. RSVP Architecture Studio is responsible for the industrial-inspired, dark-paneled design. Foremost Contracting & Building, LLC serves as the general contractor.
A recently cleared lot at 37-27 31st Street in northeast Long Island City awaits construction of a 61,510-square-foot structure containing a ground-level manufacturing facility, topped by 76 residences stacked in a pair of six- and seven-story towers.
Isaac Chetrit’s AB & Sons is preparing to formally propose rezoning the property at 56-10 Decatur Street, in Ridgewood, from its current manufacturing zoning (M1-4D) to a residential zone that allows for apartments. The developer plans to file applications with the Department of City Planning in the next few months, The Real Deal reported.