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COOKFOX Architects To Transform St. John’s Terminal into Office Complex at 550 Washington Street in Lower Manhattan

Oxford Property Group has revealed plans to redevelop the defunct St. John’s Terminal at 550 Washington Street in , Manhattan. The announcement arrives with new renderings from COOKFOX Architects revealing an industrial-textured office building comprised of concrete, exposed metal elements, and a sweeping series of factory-mullioned windows.

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One Manhattan West from the ground, image by Andrew Campbell Nelson

YIMBY Tours Brookfield’s Manhattan West Development, First Look at Rooftop Views

Brookfield has officially celebrated the topping out of the 67-story One Manhattan West, aka OMW, the largest of six structures in their six million square foot Manhattan West development in Midtown West. The project has successfully lured several large companies to lease, and plans to add a significant amount of public space to the city. For a complete update on the construction, YIMBY visited the site, capturing top-floor views from both The Eugene and OMW.

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New Renderings of The Forman Building’s Expansion at 29 Jay Street Surface as Proposal Returns to the Landmark Preservation Commission

​Marvel Architects and Forman Group will again present proposals to New York City’s Landmark Preservation Commission in an effort to redevelop an existing two-story building for office and retail use​ at 29 Jay Street in Brooklyn. Located in the DUMBO Historic District, completion of “The Forman Building” would require zoning amendments to allow for a higher than approved street wall, mixed-use designation, and facade design.

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80 Flatbush, rendering courtesy Alloy Development

80 Flatbush Redesigned and Approved, Tallest Tower Scaled Back to 840′

The City Council has unanimously approved the controversial 80 Flatbush project in Boerum Hill after a reduction in size and scale. While the drop in density is not ideal, the the buildings will still be a large player for the housing market and community at large, and will punctuate the neighborhood’s skyline with two new towers that appear both prominent and promising in terms of design.

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