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Old December 27th, 2014, 04:05 PM   #21
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Harborpoint Update from Summer...


Harborpoint Redevelopment in Stamford,Connecticut
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Old December 27th, 2014, 04:06 PM   #22
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Bedford Hall – 545 Bedford Street, F.D. Rich Company

– 82 apartment units
– Slated for completion Spring 2016



Morgan Lofts – Morgan Street, Fuller Development

– 175 apartment units



Rippowam Place – Washington Boulevard, RMS Companies

– 118 apartment units
– 1,500 sf. of ground floor retail
– 4,200 sf. of restaurant space

http://stamford-downtown.com/busines...-developments/
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Old December 27th, 2014, 04:07 PM   #23
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Harbor Square Hotel (Harbor Point Road)

Building Facts:
- Two connected 22 story buildings
- 260,000 sq ft hotel
- 130 Hotel rooms, 60 Apartment Units
- Developer: Building Land and Technology

http://www.stamfordadvocate.com/news...#photo-1778200

Gateway @ Harbor Point (Washington Blvd./Pulaski St.)

Building Facts:
- Two 10 floor office buildings
- 474,000 sq ft office space
- Developer: Building Land and Technology
- $80 Million development



Greenfield (West Broad St./Merrell Ave./ Stillwater Ave.)

Building Facts:
- Ten 1-, 2-, and 3- floor buildings
- 18 units left to be built
- Developer: Charter Oak Communities
- Future construction potential exists on Stillwater Ave.
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Old December 27th, 2014, 04:07 PM   #24
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Proposed/Approved/Site Prep

Station Place Redevelopment (Manhattan Street, Station Place, Atlantic Street, Henry Street)

Building Facts:
- Proposed
- Mix of Office, Commercial, Residential, Parking (Garage) space
- Combined Total of +1,000,000 sq ft of development
- Office/Hotel Complex: +600,000 sq ft,
- Metro Tower: 17 story office building
- Manhattan St Tower
- 150 room hotel, 150 residential units
- 11.5 story residential building (131 Units)
- 2.5 story residential building (24 Units)
- 60,000 sq ft street-level retail
- Total of 2,300 spaces between parking garages
- Developer: JHM Group of Companies, Malkin Properties, and Jonathan Rose Companies LLC
- $500M development
- Expected Groundbreaking: Mid 2014

Station Place/Manhattan Street Office Buildings:


http://www.stamfordadvocate.com/news...t-4659762.php#

184 Summer Street (The Summer House)

Building Facts:
- Site Prep, Possibly Under Construction
- 21 floors
- 222 Residential Units, 2,200 sq ft retail
- Expected Completion: Fall 2015
- Developer: F.D. Rich

http://stamford-downtown.com/busines...-developments/

1055 Washington Boulevard (Park Square West Phase IV)

Building Facts:
- Approved
- 19 Floors
- 207 Residential Units
- Construction to start: 2015
- Developer: Trinity Financial

Southwestern Building labeled "West Park Place"


Parcel 38

Building Facts:
- Proposed
- 15 floors
- 800 Apartment Units, 150 room hotel, 50,000 - 60,000 sq ft retail
- Construction to start: 2014
- Completion: 2016, 2017
- $100+ Million Development
- Developers: F.D. Rich, Ironstate Development



Bridgewater Office Building (Bateman Way, Harbor Point)

Building Facts:
- Proposed/Site Prep
- 5 floors
- 850,000 sq ft office building
- Developer: Bridgewater Associates
- Expected Completion: 2016

http://ww1.hdnux.com/photos/15/56/67...11/628x471.jpg

East Main Street Transit Oriented Development

Building Facts:
- Potential for 15 Building Structures
- Residential w/ possible retail
- Developer: Parsons Brinckerhoff
- Planner: South Western Regional Planning Agency, NY-CT Sustainable Communities
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http://www.sustainablenyct.org/docs/...6.26.13_cl.pdf

Post Office Redevelopment (Atlantic St/Tresser Blvd)

Building Facts:
- Twin 21 floor towers, 262 FT
- 650 one- and two-bedroom apartments
- 28,000 square feet retail space
- Developer: Cappelli Organization

http://www.stamfordadvocate.com/loca...358.php#page-1

Morgan St (Fish Church Parking Lot)

Building Facts:
- 7 floors, 175 apartment units
- Architect: Fuller Development LLC

http://www.fullerdevelopmentllc.com/
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Old January 4th, 2015, 12:28 AM   #25
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Mt. Vernon - Fleetwood - 42 Broad St West

Mt. Vernon has been more or less passed over for decades in terms of development. It's finally waking up, slowly, but it is waking up. 42 Broad St West was recently approved by the city council, although there may be a lawsuit. I hope this goes forward; it's a prominent location right off the Cross County Parkway in the Fleetwood section of Mt. Vernon, the most "upscale" section of the City. This 16 story building will definitely make a visual statement to this City gateway.



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http://westfaironline.com/68262/moun...y-development/

A divided Mount Vernon City Council ended the year by narrowly approving measures that will speed the way for New York City development partners to move ahead with plans to build a luxury apartment tower and privatize a city parking garage at a busy corner in the city’s Fleetwood business district.

Opponents of the $85 million to $90 million project at 42 Broad Street West proposed by Alexander Development Group said they are considering a legal challenge to the council’s decision to support the residential and retail development and turn over management of an adjacent parking garage on Broad Street to the developer and more than half of its existing 411 parking spaces for exclusive tenant use.

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Old January 5th, 2015, 06:25 PM   #26
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wow...lot going on in Stamford...nice.
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Old January 8th, 2015, 05:56 AM   #27
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Summer Place garage expansion (connection to under-construction part at rooftop level of existing garage)




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Old January 8th, 2015, 05:59 AM   #28
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Hopefully this will pay the way for more redevelopment projects near the other stations and Downtown Mount Vernon.
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Old January 14th, 2015, 05:29 PM   #29
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Mt. Vernon - Various Development

I drove by the 423 Broad St West site on the Cross County Parkway over the weekend. The Corss County Parkway would be immediately west of the rendering above. At 16 or so stories, this is going to completely tower over the parkway.

Two others added or proposed the last few years (overall architecture has been pretty bland):

Horizon at Fleetwood, 10 blocks or so north of the Mt. Vernon west station completed around 2010/2011:



La Porte, downtown on Gramatan Ave. Mixed use/affordable, currently awaiting a release of funding by Westchester County (Astorino) who is supposedly dragging his feet in the release of a promsed grant:



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First Look: Library Square, 20 South Second Avenue, Mount Vernon



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North of the Bronx, the city of Mount Vernon is in many ways more similar to New York City than to anything else in Westchester County, with its dense housing stock and diverse population of African-Americans, West Indians, West Africans, and Brazilians. And now it might soon be getting some New York-style density, in a new mixed-use development that would include a pair of 17- and 19-story apartment towers.

Dubbed Library Square, the development, totaling nearly half a million square feet of space, would rise at 20 South Second Avenue, a short walk from the Mount Vernon East Metro-North station. The final façade design has not yet been worked out – the images that YIMBY has are representative of the massing but the exact design is certain to improve – but Harlem-based Body Lawson Associates have shared preliminary designs for the site.

In addition to around 250 new apartments, the project would include a substantial public component, centered around a modern new central branch for the Mount Vernon Public Library, totaling around 50,000 square feet. The new building would focus on science and technology, with the existing library across the street repurposed for general use.

The project would also involve the renovation of an existing YMCA, recently acquired by the city, with a swimming pool (moved from the cellar to the roof), and a gym and basketball court, among other things (including 18 micro-units for short stays). Library Square would also include a 15,500-square foot landscaped public plaza, accessible from both South Second and Third avenues, plus an on-site cogeneration plant. Parking would be tucked underground with 150 to 300 spaces, 50 of which would be public and another 100 to 200 for residents.

The full development team has not yet been chosen, though Comrie Enterprises would act as a co-developer.

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Old January 15th, 2015, 03:06 PM   #31
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Yeah! I had no idea about this one. I hope the facade improves as the article mentions. Great things about this proposal: its size and height, the public/library component, and the fact that it is south of the tracks, which has always been considered the weaker part of the City.

Suddenly, Mt. Vernon is getting into the game. Its about time.

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http://westfaironline.com/67759/mama...used-rezoning/
This is good news! Mamaroneck has the village structure for very dense development!
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Any Proposals for White Plains?
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Old January 28th, 2015, 10:03 PM   #34
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Not that I am aware of
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Seems the city has gone stagnant while nearby towns and cities awaken...
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Well there is a lot of small development but nothing big the city seems to want better transportation before it grows
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mini Stamford Update from yesterday

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I will give a full update on Stamford in March , covering Downtown , South End / Harborpoint , Glenbrook & Springdale.
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Huge apartment complex going up in Larchmont near the train station...


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Old January 30th, 2015, 03:31 AM   #39
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Well there is a lot of small development but nothing big the city seems to want better transportation before it grows
Shame , Cucmo really stiffed them when he iced the I-287 Rail Project.....and then the Alternative Route 119 LRT or BRT....and then the Route 100 BRT which had a lot of redevelopment lined up along it. I believe if all the BRT , LRT and Regional Rail was built in the plan below , Westchester would be on fire.

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So true! If there is any original sin in Westchester and Rockland, it's that they are in the direct shadow of New York and there for constantly over looked and considered to be part of the city yet not. And which ever of these two ideologies is chosen it's because they are politically convenient at the time. And the flip flopping of faiths, so to speak, makes it hard for legislators of all levels to take it seriously.
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