The Department of City Planning is now reviewing proposals to construct a new three-story mixed-use building at 11-12 Wyckoff Avenue in Ridgewood, Queens. From developer Bilyan Management and ARC Architecture + Design, the property will include ground-floor commercial area with ten rental apartments positioned above.
Construction has topped out on 118 East 1st Street, a nine-story residential building in the East Village of Manhattan. Designed by Freyer Architects and developed by Cynthia Wu and Robert Marty, the 100-foot-tall structure will yield four duplex units spanning 13,680 square feet and 250 square feet of ground-floor retail space. Wonder Works Construction Corporation is the general contractor for the property, which is located between Avenue A and First Avenue and is three blocks away from the Essex Street subway station, serviced by the F, J, M, and Z trains.
Construction has broken ground for Archer Towers, one of the tallest residential structures in Jamaica, Queens. Designed by Studio V Architecture and developed by BRP Companies, the 24-story development is located at 163-05 Archer Avenue and will include a mix of apartments, retail space, and parking.
Construction has topped out on the two-story addition on the Textile Building, a 16-story commercial building at 295 Fifth Avenue in Midtown South, Manhattan. Designed by Studios Architecture and developed by Tribeca Investment Group, PGIM Real Estate, and Meadow Partners, the $350 million project involves the expansion and gut renovation of the 100-year-old structure, which is located between East 30th and East 31st Streets, a short walk to the Empire State Building. CBRE is handling marketing of the 700,000 square feet of updated office space.
Construction is now underway on the final tower of Journal Squared, a three-skyscraper development in Jersey City. Designed by HWKN Architecture and Handel Architects and developed by Kushner Real Estate Group and National Real Estate Advisors, the 60-story building will yield 600 rental apartments with interiors designed by Major and Handel Architects.