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Project: Empire Outlets

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Empire Outlets, which City Council approved on Oct. 30, 2013, along with the adjacent New York Wheel, will include 300,000 square feet of outlet space, 30,000 square feet of restaurant space, 20,000 square feet of banquet space and a 200-room hotel. The combined $580 million in private funding going to develop Empire Outlets and the New York Wheel is the largest private investment in the North Shore’s history and the biggest investment in the borough since the construction of the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge in the 1960s. It’s expected to open in summer 2016.
Project: New York Wheel (Not mentioned in this compilation)

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The 630-foot high New York Wheel, which City Council approved on Oct. 30, 2013 along with the adjacent Empire Outlets, will be the tallest observation wheel in the United States. The Wheel, slated to open in 2016, will be able to accommodate up to 1,440 people per ride and expects to attract more than 4 million riders annually.
Project: Lighthouse Point

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A 3-acre mixed-use waterfront development just south of the Staten Island Ferry terminal, Lighthouse Point will include 75,000 square feet of retail shops and restaurant space, a 164-room hotel and approximately 96 residential units along a waterfront esplanade. Construction on the $200 million Lighthouse Point project is expected to begin this fall and continue until late 2019.
Project: New courthouse in St. George

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The 182,000-square foot complex, now opening late this summer, will hold both the civil and criminal terms of state Supreme Court and the Criminal Court, currently housed at the Targee Street complex in Stapleton. The five-story building, right around the corner from the existing state Supreme Court building, will boast 14 courtrooms, jury assembly, hearing and deliberation rooms, judges’ chambers and court offices, and holding cells for prisoners
Project: Sandy Hook Pilots headquarters

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The Sandy Hook Pilots’ headquarters, a century-old converted warehouse at 201 Edgewater Street in Clifton, was devastated by Hurricane Sandy. Rather than move elsewhere, however, the group, which brings more than 10,000 ships a year in and out of the Port of New York and New Jersey, has decided to stay and rebuild. The existing buildings will be demolished in July and the new building is expected to open by July 2015.
Project: New Brighton sanitation garage

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Back in February, the city Economic Development Corp. put out a Request for Expressions of Interest for the purchase and redevelopment of the sanitation garage on Jersey Street at the corner of Victory Boulevard in Tompkinsville, which had long been considered a neighborhood eyesore. It’s unclear what will become of the spot, but zoning on the 114,700 square foot site allows for the construction of three- or four-story attached houses or small apartments, grocery stores, restaurants, beauty parlors and other neighborhood retail outlets.
Project: Robbins Reef Lighthouse

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Robbins Reef Lighthouse, home to early 20th century keeper, Katherine Walker, will be rehabilitated and turned into a museum and tourist spot over the course of the next decade. The Noble Maritime Collection plans to restore the crumbling 137-year-old structure and turn its lower level into a museum for tourists and school groups that will resemble its appearance in the early 1900s when Katherine Walker lived there. The bulk of the reconstruction is expected to take five years, and will include a new dock, power and water lines, and reconstructing a porch on the lighthouse site. Construction and administrative expenses are estimated at roughly $800,000 over the first eight years of the project.
Project: Broadway Stages

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Broadway Stages, a television, film and music video production company, has assumed control of the former Arthur Kill Correctional Facility in Charleston for $7 million. The premier production company will build five sound stages on the 69-acre site, with an opening day as soon as summer 2014.
Project: Mixed-use development site in Charleston

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An 88-acre plot in Charleston, which had been one of the last remaining large parcels of public land on the South Shore, will be converted into a mixed-use development with retail, senior housing, a school, a public library and a park. The site touches on Arthur Kill Road and Englewood Avenue, and borders Bricktown Centre, the home of Target and Home Depot. Work on the project will be completed in two phases. The first phase, to be completed by 2015, includes construction of the 23-acre Fairview Park, an 11-acre retail site and a public library. The second phase, which includes the senior housing development, a K-8 school and a second retail plaza, should be finished by 2020.
Project: Arthur Kill Train Station

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A new full-time passenger train station, the borough’s first in at least 40 years, is set to open by the end of 2015. The $27.4 million Arthur Kill Station, located on the north side of Arthur Kill Road between Lion Street and Barnard Avenue, will replace the smaller, rusting Nassau and Atlantic train hubs. A 150-vehicle parking lot will be built across from the station.
Project: Freshkills Park

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The world’s largest garbage dump is slowly but surely being transformed into the city’s second largest park. Over the next 30 years, the massive 2,200-acre Freshkills Park will be redeveloped for an estimated $1.4 billion. The park will feature five sections — The Confluence, North Park, South Park, East Park and West Park — each with its own distinct character and offerings. Bike trails, walking paths, sports fields, a picnic lawn, a farm, a kayak launch, a bird watching tower and an earthwork monument are just some of the planned features of Freshkills. The park will also be home to the city’s largest solar energy facility, installed and operated by Sun Edison at no cost to the city.
Project: Staten Island Mall expansion

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The Staten Island Mall is expanding, according to sources with knowledge of the plan. The expansion will be on the Richmond Avenue side of the mall and will include a three-story, above-ground garage. The food court is also expected to be moved to the complex’s Richmond Avenue side.
Project: Staten Island Marine Development

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The 676-acre former NASCAR site in Bloomfield, now owned by Staten Island Marine Development, is being remediated for eventual industrial use as a marine port and logistics center. The remediation is expected to take three years, after which time the developer plans to construct the warehouses and marine terminal on its expansive, undeveloped property.
Project: Indoor track in Ocean Breeze

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A long-awaited state-of-the-art indoor track and field facility on Capodanno Boulevard in Ocean Breeze is slated to open in October 2014. The $70 million, 135,000 square foot complex will feature an eight-lane track, two long jump pits, a pole vault, a high jump, and two shotput and weight throwing areas.
Project: Fantasy Shore Amusement Park

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Fantasy Shore Amusement Park, a small beachfront amusement area with Staten Island’s only roller coaster, opens this summer in Ocean Breeze. The Parks Departmentgranted New York Carousel a temporary license to operate the park, located off of Father Capodanno Boulevard near Seaview Avenue. The park’s operator, which also runs an amusement park in Queens, is negotiating a 12-year license agreement with the city.
Project: West Shore Light Rail

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The West Shore Light Rail, if it comes to fruition, would connect to New Jersey’s Hudson-Bergen Light Rail over theBayonne Bridge and provide Islanders with a speedier link to the Jersey City waterfront and PATH subway service into Manhattan. The 13.1-mile line, which would make stops at nine stations on its way from Richmond Valley to Elm Park along the Island’s West Shore, could get to Manhattan in just under an hour, according to a study commissioned by the Staten Island Economic Development Corp. Depending on the number of stations built, the project could cost anywhere from $1.2 to $1.8 billion, with possible backing from the New York state or city transportation departments, the Port Authority or the Metropolitan Transportation Authority. If the West Shore Light Rail does ultimately receive approval, construction on the line isn’t likely to begin until at least 2018.
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Frits, Fins and Curves for Medical and Office Building in Fort Greene




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Architect Francis Cauffman’s design for the Hotel Workers Healthcare Center and Office Building at 620 Fulton Street in Fort Greene departs from the usual glassy cube or tower. It is “teardrop shaped,” according to the architect, with a textured glass facade. (We assume the teardrop shape refers to the footprint of the building, which sits on a triangular lot.) The curved shape and design of the facade give it a “sculptural,” “dynamic” quality — we agree, the striations on the facade make the building appear to be moving.

The office and medical center will be 12 stories, as already reported. More than half of the office space will be leased out, and there will shops on the ground floor. Construction is slated to start this spring, with move-in set for fall 2016. The building replaces a parking lot.
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Nice building #335

Come to think of it, this seems like the first affordable housing building in the Bronx?
there is quite a lot of new affordable housing bldgs like that that have gone up in the south bronx or are soon to come. that look seems to be the new style. check out more sobro projects like 'via verde' or the new housing around the boricua vertical college tower, for example.
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433 First Avenue


50 Clinton Street



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1) 7 stories
2) Lower East Side
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Lower East Side development will offer smaller units

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A 37-unit residential development is coming to 50 Clinton Street. DHA Capital, developing a property on the Lower East Side, will be offering mostly one- and two- bedroom units in its new building, targeting first-time buyers and young professionals, according to the New York Daily News. DHA bought 50 Clinton Street from Icon Realty Management for $28 million. DHA’s project at 50 Clinton Street, the project for which restaurant wd~50 will have to relocate, will have bedroom apartments in the $1 million price range, far below Manhattan’s average sales price of $3.25 million for a unit in a new development. On a per square footage basis, however, these units are about as expensive as larger units. The property will also include a three-bedroom penthouse for $3 million. “The project’s defining elements are its smaller-sized units and moderate price points, all without compromising on design or quality,” said Dan Hollander, managing principal of DHA Capital, in a statement.

“We expect demand to be very strong for this product, which is basically absent from the current marketplace,” Josh Schuster, Principal of DHA Capital said.
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Nice building #335

Come to think of it, this seems like the first affordable housing building in the Bronx?
Au contraire, The Bronx has been building a lot of affordable housing in the last pair of decades. It may be leading in that matter over other boroughs, with not only a lot housing being built, but also with some high quality examples. Many of the buildings or complexes built in The Bronx are 100 % affordable, contrasting with other parts, where they usually only have a percentage of affordable component. Obviously, it helps that it had some of the cheapest property values, so, even at market rates, the cost of aparments are lower than in other boroughs.
And one good thing that came with that is it helped revitalized bombed out neighborhoods, such as the areas of Morrisania and Melrose of the South Bronx. Here you have two GE images, comparing the area between 2001 and 2011, in just one decade, they added thousands of new units on a former desolate area, with thousands more coming on the next years.


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One of the stand out examples is Via Verde in Melrose, completed in 2011 or 12, It has won some architechtural awards.
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http://www.viaverdenyc.com/





http://urbanomnibus.net/2013/07/the-...s-roundup-209/



http://www.aia.org/practicing/awards...ards/ViaVerde/





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^ yep and thats just for starters.

wait until they build out the 'la central' project on the slivers of land just below via verde at westchester ave.

all together its known as the melrose commons urban renewal area.

on-deck for the south bronx:

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I think Eveningstars comment came at the perfect time:

Affordable housing he will get!
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Hundreds of Bronx affordable housing units rising in Tremont, West Farms


The 13-story Tremont Renaissance will break ground soon at East Tremont Avenue between Webster and Park Avenues. Its developer, Radame Perez, told the local community board that 100% of the 256 rental units are set aside to those earning under the area's median income.


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The center of the Bronx is about to become affordable housing central.

Community Board 6 will weigh in Wednesday on two mammoth residential developments planned for a recently rezoned stretch of East Tremont and West Farms.

They’ll join Compass Residences, a 10-building, 1,300-unit mega-complex being developed by former City Council Speaker Gifford Miller, already under construction in the fast-changing area.


All told, the developments promise to add hundreds of below-market-rate apartments in the neighborhood.

The 75-block stretch had been largely inhabited by lowrise warehouses, auto repair shops and factories until 2011, when the city paved the way for housing and mixed-use development.

“It really has created a new kind of neighborhood for the central Bronx,” said Radame Perez, chief operating officer of Mastermind Development.

Perez’s company is building a 13-story, 256-unit below-market-rate apartment building on private land at East Tremont Ave. between Webster and Park Aves.

The $90 million, 350,000- square-foot complex, dubbed “Tremont Renaissance,” boasts a fitness center, children’s play area and rooftop sun promenades, Perez, 38, said.

All of its units are "priced for moderate income families earning 37%, 57% and 80%, 90% of area median income," Perez's company told the Community Board.

A few blocks east, another development team is building a $70 million, two-building complex on a vacant parcel at the confluence of West Farms Road, Boston Road and Longfellow Ave.

That fully affordable project — led by developer Pravin B. Anajwala Tower and the Best Development Group — is scheduled to break ground in January.

One 14-story building and one eight-story building will bring a total of 181 apartments to the area.

Both developments will seek retail tenants to lease space on the ground floor.

The local community board was recently assigned a temporary urban planner to study the effects of the new buildings.

Members of CB 6 have expressed excitement for the area’s new look — but trepidation about the prospect of dealing with the resulting traffic.

The 10-building mega-complex Compass Residences is already being built on a former industrial street hard by the Sheridan Expressway. At least 237 of those units will be below-market-rate. Miller has promised to maximize the affordability of the project.

“This community is going to be the envy of the Bronx,” said Ivine Galarza, the board’s district manager. “But we want to find out how we will fit of all of the buildings."
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Thread Update:

1) Checked all 14 pages and fixed a couple of broken links (Overtime hosting servers tend to drop images) and updated some titles.
2) If theres any errors in any of them, or in the future if there is a broken link such as an image for example that anybody runs across, let me know.

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^^lol some people were saying that there were lots of affordable housing in the Bronx or Queens but I don't think I've seen that many.

Anyway, this is good news for this neglected borough
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I think Eveningstars comment came at the perfect time:

Affordable housing he will get!
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Hundreds of Bronx affordable housing units rising in Tremont, West Farms


The 13-story Tremont Renaissance will break ground soon at East Tremont Avenue between Webster and Park Avenues. Its developer, Radame Perez, told the local community board that 100% of the 256 rental units are set aside to those earning under the area's median income.



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http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/...cle-1.1965495#


Hurray for the Bx as usual but this is a bit of a mess architecturally.
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And speaking of the Compass Residences, I spotted the aerial model pic of the whole project. The scale IS quite impressive!


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Robert Moses really ruined the area...
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Its a good thing Moses did not get his whole plan down. Originally, there would of been many more highways. Although a controversial figure, his ideas did help shape the city in the last half a century road/transportation wise in the parts where his highways ran across.

Can you imagine if this became a reality:



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What a horrible rape of the city that would of been. Glad the city did not go that route.
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^^ Good thing someone stopped his plans to ruin Manhatan Island. What a monster!
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A five-story development that will replace a West Village sex shop got the design OK from the Landmarks Preservation Commission on Tuesday.

The Jackson Group’s mixed-used project, designed by SRA Architecture + Engineering, will work the corner of West 11th Street. The site’s existing one-story structure, home to adult toy store Fantasy World, will be demolished.

The original proposal, presented in April, featured a masonry facade on the West 11th Street side and a metal-glass facade facing Seventh Avenue South, Curbed reported. The new design, unanimously approved by the LPC, will incorporate more relief to the masonry on West 11th, swap out a lot of the metal on the Seventh Avenue facade and replace the white portions of the design with black.
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Mid Rise going up.
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Toomey's Diner To Be 50-60 Apartments



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Just over the line of the C8-2 commercial corridor of Empire that's been a hot topic lately, you'll find lots and lots of R7-1. That's the zoning that led to a 23 story tower on Flatbush. Today comes news that Toomey's, longtime diner on the SE corner of Rogers and Empire, will soon be a 50-60 unit apartment building. Undoubtedly, this will not be a low-rent affair. Not with Lefferts Gardens being the Hot Pocket that it is. And who pray tell is building there? The same lovable lug nuts who brought us this gem, replete with Starbux.
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Architect Gene Kaufman, who has become one of Brooklyn’s more prolific architects during the recent housing boom, has just released a rendering and more details about two of his building projects under way in Williamsburg.

Above is a rendering for 56 North 9th Street at Kent Avenue, which broke ground over the summer. It will be six stories tall with 58 apartments, as previously reported. The bottom two floors of the 108,000 square foot building will be devoted to retail and dining. The building will have a roof terrace and include parking.

Construction also started over the summer on another Kaufman building on the opposite side of the neighborhood, at 774-776 Grand Street at Humboldt. That one will be an eight-story, 64-unit apartment building with 82,000 square feet.
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9,852 SF 7 Residential Units This triangular lot was actually so small that new development was prohibited, but through a complicated process, approval was obtained to enlarge an existing laundromat to ten stories for residential use and the full floor area allowed by zoning. The core was set against the inner wall, with one unit per floor in the base and duplexes comprising two full floors in the tower of the setback upper floors to take full advantage of the two long street facades. The metal panel clad apartments and the brick service core provide an exterior reading of the plan and a dialogue between closely nested elements on a vestigial slice of land.
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Project: 395 Leonard Street



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Leasing will begin next month at 395 Leonard Street in Williamsburg, the site of the former Meeker Flea alongside the BQE. The Karl Fischer-designed building will have studios starting at $2,600 a month, one bedrooms starting at $3,250 and two bedroom apartments starting at $4,335. A few penthouse units will be available for between $4,000 and $6,000 a month, leasing agent Fiddler Realty told us.

Amenities include a roof deck with fire pits, a screening room, fitness center, a children’s play room and bicycle storage. The building is seven stories tall and has 188 units.
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