After four years of DOB actions, the illegal five-story addition perched on top of the long-stalled warehouse conversion at 53 Bridge Street in Dumbo finally appears to be coming down. When we passed by recently, the building looked three stories shorter than before. (more…)
A seven-story apartment building is planned for the corner of 17th Street and 5th Avenue in Greenwood Heights, in the parking lot of the former Aaron’s Fine Ladies Apparel. The project at 236 17th Street will have 17 units spread across 19,993 square feet, according to a new building application filed last week. It will also include seven enclosed parking spaces.
Developer Two Trees has filed building applications for the northernmost site in the Domino Sugar Factory development, 262 Kent Avenue, as New York YIMBY first reported. The 281,869-square-foot structure will rise on Site A, between South 1st and Grand streets. In the rendering, that’s the building on the far left. It will have 30 stories and 93 apartments, with nearly equal amounts of residential and commercial space. (more…)
We found this schematic for a hotel on the fence at 3rd Avenue and 6th Street, a block from Whole Foods in Gowanus. Globiwest Hospitality is building the six-story boutique hotel at 399 Third Avenue, as DNAinfo reported last year. It will have 58 rooms spread across 19,127 square feet, as well as four parking spaces, an exercise room and a meeting room, according to new building permits filed a year ago. Michael Kang Architect is the architect of record.
The huge eight-building development rising at 431 Kent Avenue in Hasidic Williamsburg has gotten a red brick facade and windows. The complex will have 188 units, 227 underground parking spaces, 81 bike storage spaces, and 48 above ground parking spaces, as we reported in March.
Next door at 429 Kent, the Beijing-based XIN Development is installing the foundation and first floor of The Oosten, a pricey Dutch-designed condo project. In an interesting twist, XIN has agreed to alter certain features of the development out of respect for the Hasidim who will likely live in 431 Kent. (more…)
The developer of the Union Hotel in Gowanus, Alec Shtromandel, is planning a four-story hotel at 489 Baltic Street between Bond and Nevins, just over the border with Gowanus in Boerum Hill. BuzzBuzzHome first spotted the new building applications for the 34-unit, 9,968-square-foot hotel. (more…)
Hello Living developer Eli Karp has filed permits to build a 23-story building at 1580 Nostrand Avenue in East Flatbush, The Real Deal and New York YIMBY reported Friday. This development will be Hello Living’s fourth in the neighborhood, joining projects at 651 New York Avenue, 271 Lenox Road and 2415 Albemarle Road. The mixed-use tower between Albemarle Road and Tilden Avenue will house 153 units across 128,856 square feet of residential space, along with 44,690 square feet of community space on the first two floors. (more…)
We stumbled across some interior renderings for these nearly complete condos across the street from Green-Wood Cemetery. The five-story development at 233 34th Street will have 18 units spread across 15,021 square feet, according to new building permits. Amenities include nine off-street parking spaces, nine bike storage spots and a roof deck. A sign on the door calls them the “233 Greenwood Condominiums” and says they’ll be finished this summer. (more…)
Three storefronts at 8-16 Nevins Street in Downtown Brooklyn will meet the wrecking ball to make way for a 28-story tower with a cutout and LED lights. Demolition applications were filed last week to knock down the three two- and three-story buildings at 8, 12 and 14 Nevins. (more…)
A percentage of the huge and hotly debated Rheingold Brewery development site in Bushwick has just sold for $11,250,000, according to public records. The collection of nearly 50 commercial properties includes the former brewery at 930 Flushing, as well as a long list of small adjacent commercial properties on Stanwix Street, Melrose Street, Monteith Street, and Flushing and Bushwick avenues. The buyer is RP Acquisitions LLC, which we’re guessing is an arm of Read Property, the developer that already owns the site. The deed transfers 12.5 percent of the property to this LLC, which explains the low sale price. (more…)
Construction has been heating up along Pacific Street in Boerum and Cobble Hill recently, and the latest project is a seven-story apartment building in the works at 210 Pacific between Court Street and Boerum Place. The development will have 10 units spread across 21,274 square feet, according to new building permits approved in April. (more…)
We spotted this schematic on the fence at the church at 1010 Bedford Avenue, where work has restarted to convert the building to apartments. The former Evangelical Church will become six stories and house 36 apartments, according to alteration permits reissued in December. (more…)