Construction is progressing at The Kestrel in Windsor Terrace, where the first windows are being installed. The 126-unit rental development at 33 Caton Place will include a mixture of studios, one-, two- and three-bedrooms, and amenities like a gym and concierge service. DJ Associates Architect PC and Luca Andrisani Architects are designing the eight-story building, whose developer is Sam Boymelgreen. Leasing was supposed to begin this month, but given the construction progress, we’re guessing it won’t happen until the fall.

Meanwhile, four stories have risen across the street at 22 Caton Place. Hudson Companies is developing the seven-story, 73-unit building. Kiss+Cathcart Architects are designing it. It will be LEED Gold certified and feature an “articulated brick facade… with vine-covered balconies.”

We’ve included a construction photo of 22 Caton and a rendering after the jump.

33 Caton Place Coverage [Brownstoner]
22 Caton Place Coverage [Brownstoner]


The large rental building at 33 Caton Place in Windsor Terrace will begin leasing in June, a PR rep for the developer tells us. Halstead Property Development Marketing will handle the leasing for the 126-unit rental, which is owned by Sam Boymelgreen. Marketing signage also went up this week at the construction site, pictured above.

The rentals will be a mix of studios, one-, two- and three-bedrooms and amenities that include a gym, concierge service, attended parking and a roof deck, as we reported last month. The teaser site for the development, known as The Kestrel, has been up for a while but now includes an information form.

Mystery Windsor Terrace Build Belongs to Boymelgreen, Will Start Renting in April [Brownstoner]
Here’s What 33 Caton Place Will Look Like [Brownstoner] GMAP
Photo by The Kestrel