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Rendering of proposed expansion at 741/745 Washington Street - Johnston Marklee & Associates

Renderings Reveal Expansion of Roy Lichtenstein’s Studio at 741/745 Washington Street in West Village, Manhattan

The Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) is now reviewing proposals from the Whitney Museum of American Art to renovate and expand Roy Lichtenstein’s West Village Studio at 741/745 Washington Street in Manhattan. If approved, the 9,000-square-foot building would receive a single-story brick addition facing Washington Street, new windows to replace an existing garage door on the ground floor, new stair and elevator bulkheads, and a chimney expansion to bring the building up to modern code.

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155-165 West 29th Street Passes Halfway Mark in Chelsea, Manhattan

Construction has passed the halfway mark on 155-165 West 29th Street, a 17-story self-storage facility in Chelsea, Manhattan. Designed by Mancini Duffy and developed by Highland Development Ventures LLC and The Davis Companies, the 223-foot-tall structure will yield 180,000 square feet and 6,300 units. The developers acquired the property in early 2021 for $62.5 million, and construction costs are estimated at $84 million. Div West 29th Street LLC is the owner, Cauldwell Wingate is the contractor, and McNamara Salvia is the structural engineer for the property, which is located between Sixth and Seventh Avenues.

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Street-level view of 509 West 38th Street - BKSK Architects

Manhattan Neighborhood Network Reveals New Media Facility at 509 West 38th Street in Midtown, Manhattan

The Manhattan Neighborhood Network has partnered with Kostow Greenwood Architects to complete a new media production facility and screening studio at 509 West 38th Street in Midtown, Manhattan. Located on the condominium building’s third and fourth floors, the new build-out will comprise 23,651 square feet and will serve as the network’s West Side headquarters.

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Rendering of venue entry and reception area at 92NY - Beyer Blinder Belle

92NY Breaks Ground on $200M Redevelopment at 1395 Lexington Avenue on Manhattan’s Upper East Side

This month, the 92nd Street Y kicked-off a multi-phase redevelopment of its historic headquarters on the Upper East Side, Manhattan. Located at 1395 Lexington Ave at the corner of East 92nd Street, the $200 million restoration project will help the organization enrich the services, events, and facilities it provides to its visitors and the local Manhattan community.

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