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Old July 18th, 2013, 05:31 AM   #3401
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I can't stop taking photos of the Walker Tower, which is looking incredible IMO. Can't wait for the full reveal.

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Old July 18th, 2013, 06:21 AM   #3403
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I'm seriously in love with this building.

Photo of the Greenwich Lane development on 7th Avenue in the Village - this project is massive, taking up a better part of a block. The steelwork seen is supporting facades and existing structures that will be reincorporated into the new development.

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A Look Around Court Square In LIC





Changes along Jackson Avenue



New towers sprouting around existing businesses.



Site of 50 story 43-25 Hunter St. being cleared.





The Linc nearing August completion.



Citibank tower getting some company.



27 On 27th looming above old garages.



Nearby, a 30 story tower set to begin construction.



Tower rising across the street from 27 On 27th.


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Developer announces three new luxury condo projects

Soori High Line

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Blackhouse, a New York based integrated real estate group, has announced three new luxury residential condo projects in downtown Manhattan.


Artist’s rendering of Soori HighLine

Blackhouse’s latest development plans include Casa Bella Artes with Workshop/apd based in Manhattan, Soori High Line, designed by Singaporean firm SCDA, and an upcoming project on Bowery designed by Brazil-based Isay Weinfeld. “Blackhouse collaborates with world-class architects and innovative designers to offer a distinctive portfolio of properties that change the narrative of real estate development in New York,” said Sean Ludwick, partner at Blackhouse Development. “By partnering with Isay Weinfeld, SCDA and Workshop/apd on these exciting new projects, we look forward to offering our global buyers the ultimate in forward-thinking luxury design with international sensibilities.”

Designed by Workshop/apd, Casa Bella Artes will feature six luxury condos on the High Line with custom design features and 12-16 ft. ceilings, creating the ideal space for showcasing fine works of art and sculptures.

Located in theWest Chelsea neighborhood, Soori High Line, developed by Blackhouse and Oriel, will feature 27 ultra luxury apartments with interior pools, a Japanese restaurant and lobby bar, modern design and views of the High Line and Hudson River.


Soori HighLine will have 27 “ultra luxury” apartments

Designed by Singaporean SCDA, Soori High Line features a contemporary authentic Asian- inspired design. Each apartment will be customizable as well as offer state-of-the-art appliances and technology features.

Blackhouse’s third project, Maison Dragão, located on the Bowery on the Lower East Side, is designed by São Paulo based architect and designer Isay Weinfeld. The building will feature 25 high-end luxury condos with personalized concierge services and a high-end boutique restaurant on the ground floor.

Casa Bella Artes and Soori High Line are scheduled to begin construction in January 2014 and should both be completed within 24 months.

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Old July 19th, 2013, 08:28 PM   #3406
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Rafael Vinoly's Early Design for 22 Thames Street Revealed



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A day after Tribeca Citizen first noted that 432 Park Avenue's Rafael Vinoly was the new architectural mastermind behind a rumored 60-story rental building at 22 Thames Street, Vinoly's team (along with representatives for owners Fisher Brothers and the Witkoff Group) presented the project at a Community Board 1 meeting last night with a few more surprises in tow. Surprise #1: the developer actually has the right to build an 85-story building on the site, which would put 22 Thames in a dead heat for height with, oh, just about most of the neighboring World Trade Center complex. That height prompted an audible "holy shit" from attendees at the CB 1 meeting, and that's where surprise #2 comes in: the developers are asking for a variance to build a smaller, 70-story structure instead. In a shocking display of very un-developer-like behavior, Fisher Brothers representatives argued that a lower tower would better fit the "context" of the neighborhood and act as a "hinge" from the sky-high World Trade Center to the "lower masonry buildings of Greenwich Street." Of course, the variance is for a reduction in the required setback of the tower (from 20 feet to 10-13 feet), so Vinoly's team would also walk away with larger floor plates, more reasonable massing and, in the developer's parlance, "more efficient" design.

So it's a win-win, right? CB1 members were cautiously skeptical but couldn't place their finger on the lingering whiff of suspicion until Vinoly's architect Jim Herr unleashed Surprise #3: a rendering. That's right, 22 Thames Street will most likely be tall, glassy, and non-descript. Or perhaps "banal and undistinguished" if you're a certain member of Community Board 1.

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46-10 Center Blvd.

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Bush Terminal hotel continues it's rise towards the heights of mediocrity:

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In Hudson Square, developers are snapping up sites following a major rezoning
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Hudson Square, a partly industrial area sandwiched between the trendy downtown neighborhoods of Soho and Tribeca, is characterized by gas stations, warehouses and postal facilities. Over the last decade, creative industries have begun leasing office space in the area, but until now, the neighborhood has remained largely deserted at night and on weekends.

That’s set to change, thanks to a massive rezoning approved in March by the City Council. Now ripe for dense residential, retail and hotel projects, the area has attracted swarms of developers trying to assemble prospective sites and coax long-term owners, such as the Ponte family and Trinity Real Estate, to partner with them on development deals.

Hudson Square is “a sleepy area that is now an awakening giant,” said Robert Burton, senior vice president of sales at Massey Knakal Realty Services.

Already, sale prices for development sites in the area have jumped to $400 to $800 per buildable square foot from around $150 three years ago, Burton said.

There are currently about 16 prospective condominium or hotel development sites in the Hudson Square area, according to research conducted by The Real Deal. Some of these are already slated for new projects, while others are up for grabs or their owners are scoping out opportunities.

On tap so far for the area: a 150-unit condo project from the national homebuilder Toll Brothers, a new condo from billionaire investor and developer Jeff Greene, a new school, and more. Read on to find out what else is in store for Hudson Square.

1. 82 King Street

The telecommunications giant Verizon currently parks trucks inside a one-story warehouse on this 20,000-square-foot site. But Toll Brothers paid $56.5 million for the site in December 2012, and is planning a condo project with roughly 150 units, according to David Von Spreckelsen, a senior vice president at Toll. The company’s plans have been delayed by an existing lease with Verizon, which doesn’t expire until 2017. Before Toll can move forward, Verizon must find an alternative location nearby, but “a bunch of brokers are on it,” Von Spreckelsen said, “so hopefully something comes through.”

2. 74 Charlton Street

Gary Barnett’s Extell Development has held the ground lease for this 15,142-square-foot vacant lot since 2007, when records show Barnett paid $17.5 million to take over the lease from investor Steve Tzolis. Extell later filed plans with the city’s Department of Buildings to construct a 36-story hotel designed by the architect Lucien Lagrange, but those plans have been scrapped. Then in May, Extell sold its 90 percent interest in the leasehold to Angelo Gordon & Co. for $52 million. That transaction paves the way for a high-end residential project at the site, which can support a development of up to 181,535 square feet. Barnett confirmed that the partnership is now planning to build either a rental or a cond-op at the site. The expiration date on the leasehold has been extended through 2163, according to Dana Roffman, a senior executive in Angelo Gordon’s real estate group.

3. 108 Charlton Street

Last year, the Manhattan-based real estate development and investment firm DHA Capital went into contract to buy this site for $12.43 million from its longtime owner, Yuet Tong Lam Kong of Kong Mee Food Corp. But court documents show that DHA backed out of the deal and filed suit against Kong, claiming that Kong had declined to extend the due diligence period after Hurricane Sandy left the property flooded. The parties battled over a $1 million deposit submitted by DHA, which Kong allegedly failed to return. The suit is ongoing and it was not immediately clear if DHA or any other buyer would proceed with the purchase. A spokesperson for DHA declined to comment and Kong could not be reached.

4. 100 Vandam Street

Billionaire investor and developer Jeff Greene told The Real Deal he is planning a 140,000-square-foot condo project at 100 Vandam Street. Greene acquired two buildings on Vandam Street last year: a 14,700-square-foot commercial building at 92 Vandam for $21.3 million and a 40,000-square-foot office building at 100 Vandam for $27.5 million. Following the expiration of several leases at 100 Vandam this fall, Greene plans to clear the site to make way for a roughly 75-unit building. The upper floors of the project will likely have one apartment per floor, he said, while the lower floors could have up to four units. While pricing had not yet been determined, Greene said that the units would likely ask somewhere between $2,000 and $3,000 per square foot.

5. 15 Renwick Street

At 15 Renwick Street, Izaki Group Investments is developing a luxury condominium in partnership with the real estate investment firm Glacier Global Partners. The property was formerly owned by embattled developer Harry Jeremias, who had planned to bring a 44-unit condo to the location before defaulting on a $55.3 million loan. Jeremias first bought the site in 2005 from the Ponte family, a major landlord in northwest Tribeca. Izaki and Glacier purchased the non-performing note and took control of the property last year. Jeremias retained a small financial interest in the project.

6. 525 Greenwich Street

A $60 million hotel designed by Japanese architect Nobutaka Ashihara is under construction at 525 Greenwich Street. The 124-room hotel is being developed by Fortuna Realty Group’s Morris Moinian and his nephew Matthew (the brother and son of real estate mogul Joseph Moinian). Fortuna bought the site, previously home to an auto repair shop, at auction in 2011 for $12.75 million. The hotel will have a 90-seat restaurant and charge an average room rate of $400, Moinian said. The hotel is slated to open in late 2013.

7. 2 Renwick Street, 231 Hudson Street and 503 Canal Street

The real estate investment firm Eagle Point Hotel Partners is planning a 90,000-square-foot hotel at this three-lot parcel, after snapping up the lease from Sam Chang’s McSam Group for just under $50 million earlier this year, city records show. The Ponte family owns the three lots, but leased them in 2011 to McSam, which planned to build two separate hotels there. Barone Management, which had been McSam’s partner on the deal, is no longer an owner, but is developing the parcel on Eagle Point’s behalf, a Barone spokesperson told TRD.

8. 22 Renwick Street

Orange Management and Helix Partners launched sales at a condo project at this site in 2008, but halted construction during the recession. Then, in 2012, Michael Shah’s DelShah Capital acquired the mortgage debt on the property, and later wrested control of the development and completed construction. Apartments in the 18-unit building, dubbed Renwick Modern, are now on the market with Brown Harris Stevens Select.

9. 60, 62 and 64 Watts Street

The owners of the three multi-family brownstones at 60, 62 and 64 Watts Street told TRD the buildings are being eyed by developers. Daniel Acquilante, owner of the townhouse at 60 Watts Street, said DDG Partners’ Joe McMillan recently approached him and a neighbor about selling their townhouses, with an eye towards building a larger project on the site. Acquilante said McMillan is partnering with Black Diamond Capital, a Soho-based real estate investment and development firm, and offered him close to $7 million for the brownstone, though the property was appraised at about half that price. All three townhouses have four or five units and are fully occupied, but the tenants are market rate and on month-to-month leases, which means they can be vacated quickly. Black Diamond and DDG did not respond to requests for comment.

10. 100 Varick Street

Developer Charles Fridman of Shalimar Management has flip-flopped over his plans for this now-vacant lot, which previously housed a three-story commercial building. In 2009, Fridman filed plans to bring a 26-story hotel to the site, but changed course two years later, applying instead to build an 84-unit residential building. Shalimar, which has owned the site since 1999, did not respond to a request for comment.

11. 180 Sixth Avenue

Quinlan Development Group and partner Tavros Development Partners are reportedly planning to bring a 14-story, 25-unit condominium to a vacant lot at 180 Sixth Avenue. The project was facilitated by Quinlan’s purchase of 19,000 square feet of air rights from the charity organization God’s Love We Deliver, which owns the building next door. While details of the condo project are sparse, the New York Times reported that it will have a second-floor terrace and that residents will share a rooftop garden with the charity.

12. 550 Washington Street

The gargantuan St. John’s Terminal Building at 550 Washington Street is ripe for development, industry insiders said. The mostly vacant, 1.3 million-square-foot building could be redeveloped as a hotel, condo or office building — or even all three. The building has long been owned by Eugene Grant, who earlier this year sold his controlling stake in the property to his partners — a group led by Fortress Investment Group, Atlas Capital Group and Westbrook Partners — for $250 million. Grant had owned his share of the building since the 1960s, while the other three parties initially acquired their minority interest in 2006. The partners did not immediately respond to requests for comment about their plans for the building.

13–16. Duarte Square, 4 Hudson Square, 122 Varick Street and 555 Greenwich Street

The Hudson Square rezoning effort was initiated by Trinity Real Estate, an affiliate of Trinity Church. Trinity owns approximately 40 percent of the built space in the Hudson Square area — some 6 million square feet spread across 18 buildings. In addition to an extensive office portfolio, Trinity Real Estate owns four sites primed for development: Duarte Square, a 0.45-acre triangular park where Trinity is slated to build a 444-seat elementary school; a four-building site at 4 Hudson Square with up to 1.2 million square feet of development rights; 122 Varick Street, a parking lot with some 80,000 square-feet of buildable space; and 555 Greenwich Street, a parking lot with room for a 200,000-square-foot project.

Jason Pizer, Trinity’s president, said the company hopes to have an agreement in place to develop the school by next year, and is looking for partners with which to develop the other sites. Trinity has received dozens of inquiries from developers, he said, but has not yet selected a partner for any of the remaining sites. While Pizer declined to comment on which companies have expressed interest in the site, he said they include all the “usual suspects.”

17. & 18. 456 Greenwich Street, 440 Greenwich Street

The Ponte family controls two prospective development sites, both currently used for parking garages. One, at 456 Greenwich Street, has 19,849 square feet of unused air rights, according to PropertyShark. The other site, 440 Greenwich Street, has 16,478 square feet of unused air rights. The Pontes could not be reached for comment.

19. 460 Washington Street

At 460 Washington Street, the Pontes recently entered a joint venture with the Related Companies to develop a 141,000-square-foot, 107-unit residential and retail property designed by architect Ismael Levya. It was previously reported that Related would be doing environmental remediation at the site until the summer; construction could take an additional 20 months after that. It is not clear whether the property will house rental units, condos or co-ops. A Related spokesperson did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

20. 568 Broome Street

At 568 Broome, the Archdiocese of New York is close to unloading one of its former churches, Our Lady of Vilnius, which had been on the market with an asking price of $13 million. The church shuttered in 2007 and was listed for sale in March by Massey Knakal’s Burton, Carlos Olson and Joshua Gruber. It sits on a 3,800-square-foot lot and could support a commercial or residential development of up to 45,600 square feet, according to the marketing materials. Burton said a buyer is under contract for the property but declined to comment on his or her identity.
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Stormy night over 1 WTC:

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46-10 Center Blvd topping out:

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Office tower planned for site of West Chelsea lumber yard to be called Prince Tower


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A new $80 million glass office tower is coming to the corner of West 15th Street and Ninth Avenue, a site currently occupied by the well-known lumber yard Prince Lumber, DNAinfo reported.

The new 12-story structure, to be named Prince Tower, will have three floors of retail space and high-tech offices, with a total of 172,000 square feet on offer.

Expected to open in January 2016, the building was designed by architects at Kohn Penderson Fox Associates, who also designed the Hudson Yards development. Newmark Grubb Knight Frank will advise the building owners and aid in the search for tenants, but DNAinfo did not report the identity of the developers.

The new structure will displace one of the neighborhood’s last industrial holdouts – the lumber yard has been in the area since 1982. The company is to move up to West 47th Street later this year, staff told DNAinfo.

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As per the following article in today's Realdeal.com (pasted below), the MTA has agreed to sell this ugly parking lot to a condo developer.

http://therealdeal.com/blog/2013/07/...dison-capital/



It should rise simultaneously with the new glass low rise which was announced a few months ago. That building will replace a BP petrol station, shown below.



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120 Fulton Could Be Underway Soon



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FINANCIAL DISTRICT—A tipster informs us that construction fencings has gone up at the 112-120 Fulton Street site where the Lightstone Group is building a 48-story tower (pictured at right). The developer will tear down the existing buildings on the site, but no demolition permits have yet been filed. Alteration permits have been approved, though, so we expect demo work will soon follow.
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Madison Square Garden Loses Its Totally Epic Permit War


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After an absolutely intense battle, Madison Square Garden has just been stymied. The City Council voted today to grant the embattled arena just 10 more years to operate in its current spot—it had been gunning for a permit in perpetuity—with the idea that it could soon relocate to make way for a grander, snazzier, starchitect-designed Penn Station. The Municipal Art Society, which has essentially championed throwing MSG under the bus to make way for a new Penn and along the way gained support from politicians like Scott Stringer and Christine Quinn as well as bold-faced names like Barry Diller and Bette Midler, is obviously thrilled. Quoth MAS chief Vin Cipolla: "Great projects are in New Yorkers' DNA, they define who we are and who we become." Hold your horses, buddy. We've got awhile before anything actually happens on the site.
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Extell Stealth Moves On E.14th St. Revealed

504-530 E.14th sites emptying out as Extell moves toward redevelopment.


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As we first reported last December, eight parcels consisting of 222 Avenue A and 504 - 530 E. 14th St. (excluding No. 520) were leased for a 99-year period by the respective owner of East Village 14 LLC.

Turns out the identity of "East Village 14 LLC" was right under our noses this whole time. Back in April, The Real Deal examined the late real-estate mogul Sol Goldman's $6 billion portfolio. As part of their reporting:

And in November, city property records show, Gary Barnett of Extell Development signed a 99-year lease worth $35.14 million to rent eight Goldman-owned properties across the street from Stuyvesant Town, including 516 East 14th Street, 530 East 14th Street and 222 Avenue A.

Extell has been busy with such high-profile luxury properties around the city like One57 ... an "ultra-luxe condo tower" at 217 West 57th Street ... and One Hudson Yards.


So. You can likely count on something really tall and luxurious here one day.

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You beat me to it DP! lol.

That part of 14th street really needs some updating. Glad to hear Extell has their finger print in it.
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