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118 Green Street

Five-Story, 64-Unit Mixed-Use Redevelopment Underway at 118 Green Street, Newark, N.J.

Construction is currently underway to redevelop the dilapidated four-story industrial property at 118-126 Green Street, on the corner of New Jersey Railroad Avenue in Newark’s Ironbound district, into a five-story structure with 64 residential units. The project, dubbed Textile Lofts, will also feature ground-floor commercial-retail space and a laundromat, Jersey Digs reported. The apartments will range from one- to two-bedrooms. Roseland, N.J.-based J&L Companies and an anonymous LLC are the developers. Bergen County, N.J.-based Inglese Architecture + Engineering is the architect. A construction timeline has not been revealed.


319 Schermerhorn Street

Façade Installation Underway on 21-Story, 73-Unit Mixed-Use Project at 319 Schermerhorn Street, Downtown Brooklyn

The 21-story, 73-unit mixed-use building under development at 319 Schermerhorn Street, located on the corner of Nevins Street in Downtown Brooklyn, has topped out since YIMBY’s last update in August, and façade installation is well underway. The latest building permits indicate the structure rises 210 feet to its rooftop and encompasses 90,181 square feet.


Four-Story Residential Building Complete at 57-04 Woodside Avenue in Woodside

Construction is complete on a four-story mixed-use building at 57-04 Woodside Avenue in Woodside. A 5,229-square-foot commercial space sits at the ground floor, with eight residences above spanning 11,408 square feet, averaging 1,426 square feet apiece. The project is designed by Little Neck-based Edward Liu Architect and owned by Hai Min Liu of Golden Trend NY LLC.

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200 East 95th Street

30-Story, 104-Unit Mixed-Use Tower Tops Out at 200 East 95th Street, Upper East Side

Construction has topped out and façade installation is well underway on the 30-story, 104-unit mixed-use building under development at 200 East 95th Street, located on the corner of Third Avenue on the Upper East Side. Progress on the structure can be seen at Curbed NY’s photo tour. The latest building permits indicate the building, dubbed The Kent, encompasses 317,664 square feet and rises 392 feet to its pinnacle.



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