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Old Posted Dec 22, 2019, 6:35 AM
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The area has some low zoning in general. Riverdale/North Riverdale. Unfortunately developers have to cater to it or file a petition to rezone "X" parcel or block.
Which is crazy because Riverdale has lots of massive 30-floor buildings built in the 60's and 70's, and now it's basically impossible to build something of that size.

There's still a good deal of midrise development, though.
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Pre-construction is now underway at 1100 Myrtle Avenue in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, and renderings offer a first look at the project. The new building will rise from an assemblage of neighboring lots with frontage along Myrtle and Lewis Avenues. The 11-story structure will comprise 250,000 square feet with 224 apartments and 25,000 square feet of ground-floor retail. At these lower levels, the façade is comprised of floor-to-ceiling glass that transitions to a red brick enclosure.

The massing of the building above the fifth floor is slightly set back to make space for what appears to be a large terrace level. While additional outdoor space could be constructed at the roof of the structure, it remains unclear from the preliminary renderings.

At this time, it is also not clear which development agency is responsible for the new project or the architect responsible for the preliminary design. M&R Construction Group is the general contractor in charge for pre-construction.
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Residents will have access to a communal lounge, classrooms, ground-floor dining spaces, an outdoor courtyard, and a fitness center. According to a release from the developer, the general public will also be welcome to take advantage of both the space and its programs. Specific programming to be made available for the public has not yet been publicized.

Interior spaces are designed by One Union Studio.

“In keeping with The Collective’s mission of fostering cultural exchange, learning, and human connection, we believe that North 8th will be the first project of its kind for New York City,” said Reza Merchant, The Collective’s founder and CEO. “It will bring community of all ages together in one holistic environment, designed to promote an inter-generational exchange of knowledge through shared amenities and dynamic programming.”
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Permits have been filed for a five-story residential complex at 55 Summit Street in Brooklyn’s Columbia Street Waterfront District. Located between Columbia Street and Hamilton Avenue, the nearest subway is Carroll Street station, serviced by the F and G trains. RJ Capital Holdings, listed as the owner behind the applications, also filed permits for four townhouses with one unit and one parking space at the adjacent 57, 59, 61, and 63 Summit Street addresses.

Renderings reveal an alternating light and dark brick façade with large windows and setbacks on the rooftop and ground level. According to architect of record Builtd, the development, which contains four townhouses, will be built as a whole to meet Passive House standards with insulated window frames, ample natural light, and spaces for passive recreation and gardening.
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Great update. Goes to show its scale as its a solid block.

Massive for the area.

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The Chetrit Group is planning another major project at its Mary Immaculate Hospital site in Queens.

The company will build an eight-story, 207-unit residential building at 88-20 153rd Street in Jamaica of about 133,000 square feet, according to plans pre-filed with the Department of Buildings Wednesday. The project will stand 80 feet tall.
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