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Old May 22nd, 2016, 12:36 PM   #121
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The Streit’s matzo factory, left, will be torn down to make way for 150 Rivington Street.

Katz’s is not the only historic institution cashing in on the Lower East Side’s soaring real estate values. Demolition of the Streit’s matzo factory could begin by the end of the month. A year ago, the family-owned business sold the Rivington Street factory to developers for $30.5 million, bringing 90 years of matzo production there to an end. It will be replaced with a seven-story glass condo, 150 Rivington Street, that will house 45 one- and two-bedroom apartments. Sales begin in May, with one-bedrooms starting at around $975,000.
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As the Upper East Side continues to extend itself northward, the southern portions of East Harlem are becoming increasingly trendy, yet still relatively affordable compared to other on-the-cusp ‘hoods. And if you’re looking to get in on the action, three $822/month studios have just come up through the city’s affordable housing lottery at 1674 Park Avenue, a newly constructed rental building at 118th Street. They’re available for single persons earning between $28,183 and $36,300 annually.
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Project Update: Rendering for 305 West 128th Street

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Construction Update: 164 and 155 Attorney Street
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Project Update: Renderings for 287 East Houston Street

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Cantilever Takes Shape For 12-Story, 38-Unit Mixed-Use Building At 100 Norfolk Street, Lower East Side
Construction is now ongoing on the eighth-floor cantilever of the 12-story, 38-unit mixed-use building under construction at 100 Norfolk Street, on the Lower East Side. Steel beam construction can be seen in photographs via a Bowery Boogie update. The structure will eventually measure 53,949 square feet, with 11,244 square feet designated as commercial-retail space on parts of the ground through third floors. The residential units, ranging from studios all the way up to a five-bedroom penthouse, will be condominiums and should average 1,124 square feet apiece. Amenities include a fitness center, a yoga room, a common rooftop deck, a garden lounge, private residential storage, and bike storage. Adam America Real Estate, the Naveh Shuster Group, and the Horizon Group are the developers, while ODA New York is behind the architecture. The structure has grown four stories since YIMBY’s last update in December 2015. Completion is expected before 2017.
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City Council Approves Rezoning Proposal Allowing Pedestrian Arcade-To-Retail Conversions Along Water Street, Financial District
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Earlier this week, the City Council voted to approve a rezoning proposal that would allow landlords of the commercial properties with public pedestrian arcades along Water Street, between Fulton and Whitehall streets in the Financial District, to convert the arcades into retail space in exchange for renovating adjacent public plazas. The total amount of space that could be converted spans 110,000 square feet across 20 buildings, DNAinfo reported. The rezoning requires retail conversions of greater than 7,500 square feet to be approved through the city’s Uniform Land Use Review Procedure (ULURP). It also limits the amount of street frontage chain banks and drugstores can take up, and requires the entire height of the arcade to be built out. Future renovations to the existing public plazas in the area could include new seating and planters, among other upgrades.
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Old June 28th, 2016, 07:58 PM   #132
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Foundation Work Underway For 606 West 57th Street, Hell’s Kitchen
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It won’t be the largest new single-building residential project in New York City, but by any measure developer TF Cornerstone’s 606 West 57th Street will be big.Thanks to photos posted to the YIMBY Forums by user JC_Heights, it can be seen that foundation work is well underway.
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YIMBY last reported on the project in December, when most of the work was apparently excavation. Now, the site is getting close to being ready for an actual building to start growing.
And what a building it will be. The current Department of Buildings permit lists a 42-story structure rising 440 feet. That’s over four times as tall as the tallest structure on the block, which is the also large Department of Sanitation facility that stretches over West 56th Street down to West 55th Street. 606 West 57th Street will occupy most of the block bound by West 57th Street, Eleventh Avenue, West 56th Street, and Twelfth Avenue.
The design architect is Manhattan-based Arquitectonica. SLCE Architects is the architect of record.

The unit count is 1,028, with them starting on the mezzanine level, as reported in December. 961,063 square feet of the overall 998,526 square feet will be for residential use, equating to an average unit size of about 935 square feet.

In addition to a host of amenities including parking, dog grooming, and a basketball court (and more), there will be 37,463 square feet of commercial space, for retail on the ground floor.
The site is part of the overall transformation and growth of Hell’s Kitchen, with Riverside Center growing up the street where Eleventh Avenue turns into West End Avenue, and a trio of Durst projects just across 57th Street, just to name some of the many projects in the works.

Completion of 606 West 57th Street is set for 2018.
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World Trade Center’s Liberty Park Opens Today In The Financial District
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The World Trade Center’s Liberty Park is now receiving its finishing touches for its grand opening today. The Financial District’s new, one-acre public park is 25 feet above street level and measures 336 feet along Liberty Street between West and Greenwich streets. It will feature 19 planters, a half-dozen species of plants, seating made out of recycled teak, and a 300-foot-long “Living Wall” of greenery along its northern base. Pictures of it ahead of its opening can be seen in a New York Times report. It will be open to all from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. each day. Aecom’s Joseph E. Brown is the landscape architect, and the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey is behind the project. The Santiago Calatrava-designed St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church can also be seen taking shape on the site’s eastern end. That portion of the project is expected to be complete in 2017. YIMBY last brought you an update on Liberty Park when construction was in its final phases in May.
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Excavation Work Underway For 35-Story, 343-Key Moxy Hotel At 105 West 28th Street, Chelsea
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Excavation is well underway for the 35-story, 343-key Moxy hotel planned to rise at 105 West 28th Street, on the western side of Chelsea. A photo of the recent excavation work has been posted to the YIMBY Forums by JC_Heights. The 410-foot-tall tower will encompass 145,344 square feet. Hotel rooms will be located on the fourth through 32nd floors, while guest amenities will round out the building’s remaining space. Amenities include a fitness center, a food market on the ground floor, a lounge and meeting rooms on the second, two rear yard terraces, and a sky-lounge with a restaurant on the 34th floor. The Lightstone Group is developing, and Stonehill & Taylor Architects is behind the design. The project had been delayed because a tower of its size required air rights to be transferred from around the block.
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New Look For 49-Story 118 Fulton Street, Financial District[IMG][/IMG]
For years, YIMBY has been reporting on plans for a high-rise residential tower at 118 Fulton Street, between Nassau and Dutch streets in the Financial District. No building exists yet, but the design has apparently changed again, per on-site renderings posted to the YIMBY Forums.

This saga goes back to February 2014. At that time, demolition was imminent for a 59-story project developed by the Lightstone Group.

Go forward to June of 2014, and Lightstone had sold the site, which spans 112-118 Fulton Street, to Carmel Partners for $170 million. In July of 2014, permits were filed for foundation work. By October of 2014, Carmel had completed its acquisition and planned a 63-story tower.

In November of 2014, the public got a look at renderings for what is believed to have been Lightstone’s concept for the site. Almost a year later, an on-site rendering showed a look not entirely dissimilar to that concept, though with a floor count reduced to 49. But now we have another revised look, with the project appearing much more subdued. The Department of Buildings lists SLCE Architects as the architect of record.

As for the plans for the building, the latest permit still lists a 49-story building, rising to 569 feet in height and encompassing 520,928 square feet. With 483 units spread across 470,986 square feet of residential space, the average unit would span a bit over 975 square feet.

According to the Schedule A, residential units will start with five units per floor from the fifth floor to the seventh floor, then nine units each on floors eight through 31, seven units on the 32nd floor, and nine units each on floors 33 through 49.

Listed amenities include laundry in the cellar; room for 202 bikes on the second floor; a game room, party room, lounge, and reading room on the third floor; a gym, residential terrace, and accessory children’s playroom on the fourth floor; and an “accessory residential amenity and roof terrace” on the roof.

The building is listed as having 49,941 square feet of commercial space, which would be for units in the cellar and on the first and second floors.
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Currently, there is what appears to be foundation work at the site, as seen in another shot by Walpole, but there isn’t a point in trying to estimate a completion date.
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First Look at Skyline Developers' 24-Story Rental Tower To Overlook Bryant Park

First Look at Skyline Developers' 24-Story Rental Tower To Overlook Bryant Park
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Late last month, Orin Wilf’s Skyline Developers broke ground on a modern 24-story rental building at 1050 Avenue of the Americas between West 39th and 40th streets. Designed by New York-based architect Gene Kaufman, the building will boast a sleek exterior with upper-level balconies overlooking Bryant Park.


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Pier 55 Construction Resumes Following Latest Lawsuit
Construction can continue until the full case is heard in September

The planned park at Pier 55 received a temporary reprieve Tuesday when the Appellate Division of the State Supreme Court decided to lift an injunction that halted construction on the project last month, Curbed has learned. The injunction was in response to a lawsuit filed by the City Club of New York in June 2015 alleging that there hadn’t been a proper environmental review process with regards to the redevelopment of Pier 55.

A lower court had already dismissed the lawsuit earlier this year, and in late April it was revealed that construction on the pier would get underway sometime in the summer after the project had secured approvals from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the State Department of Environment Conservation and the local community board.
But all of that changed last month when the State Supreme Court asked that the Barry Diller and Diane Von Furstenberg-funded project stop construction until the full case was properly heard in September. Now the court has lifted the injunction and construction can proceed until the case gets underway in September.
"With the City Club’s latest charade behind us, we will get back to building the new public park that local residents have sought for years," a spokesperson for Pier 55 said, in a statement. "Now that both state and federal courts have denied its demand for an injunction, the City Club should take this cue to finally end its absurd crusade against the wishes of the community. We remain committed to making Pier55 a reality and providing new green space for all New Yorkers to enjoy."
A spokesman for the Hudson River Park Trust issued the following statement:
"We're pleased that the court has reversed its decision, allowing us to get back on track with our planned construction for the summer. The plaintiffs have yet to produce a single relevant credible expert, and we're confident the courts will continue to rule in our favor."
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First Look at GLUCK+ Malt House Conversion & Addition in West Harlem

First Look at GLUCK+ Malt House Conversion & Addition in West Harlem
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Directly east of Columbia University's 17-acre Manhattanville project, where the street grid drunkenly turns askew for only two blocks, is the Malt House; a former brewery at 461 West 126th Street that is undergoing an ambitious renovation to become a mixed-use commercial and retail hub. The project is spearheaded by local developer Janus Property, which has been busy breathing new life into the former manufacturing. They've dubbed it the Manhattanville Factory District.




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