Today YIMBY has the exclusive reveal for yet another major new development coming to Astoria, in Queens, showcasing design by Aufgang Architects. The depiction shows the building’s façade along 30th Street. Concrete panels will be installed in a rectilinear pattern likened to a minimalist refinement of row houses, which projects the sheer scale of the city block-sized structure. The site is just ten blocks away from the Astoria Boulevard subway station, serviced by the N and W trains.
Excavation has officially wrapped and a rendering has been revealed for Long Island City’s “Triangle” residential building, located at 43-12 Hunter Street. When complete, the project will stand 18 stories over Long Island City and will introduce 123 rental units to the expanding community. The Court Square Blog first reported on the progress.
In 2006, there was a 10-alarm fire that destroyed the historic waterside Greenpoint Terminal Market. A few small buildings remained onsite before they were finally demolished in 2017. Now, the site is cleared for development and Greenpoint is about to yield yet another major addition to New York City’s skyline, named Calyer Place, after the neighborhood street. Renderings have been released, revealing a scenic landscaped public esplanade overlooking the Manhattan skyline, along with five mixed-use structures populating the site. M&H Realty LLC is responsible for the development.
Karl Fisher‘s most recent design has officially topped off in Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Vitre, located at 302 East 96th Street stands 21 stories tall and will eventually contain 48 condominium residences. When fully complete, the structure will comprise a total 75,995 square feet including 2,185 square feet of ground floor retail area. The latest update comes from Tectonic.
New Rochelle‘s Industrial Development Agency will consider a new 23-story project located at 277 North Avenue. The tower will include a mix of market rate and affordable rental units above lower-level retail and an adjacent enclosed parking structure.