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Old Posted Aug 6, 2015, 8:05 PM
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Could This Deconstructivist Office Tower Be Coming to the Garment District?

Could This Deconstructivist Office Tower Be Coming to the Garment District?
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August 5th, 2015
www.6sqft.com/could-this-deconstructivist-office-tower-be-coming-to-the-garment-district/

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The visualization wizzes at Hayes Davidson posted this image of a hyper-modern tower addition atop an imposing Verizon-owned building at 230 West 36th Street.

While few details are provided with the accompanying image, an article from the Times last year mentioned that the top two floors and some unused development rights of the 1924 building were being shopped around to developers as a potential hotel site. The rendered building appears to be a commercial office building, however. With the dearth of development sites suitable for large office floor plates east of Ninth Avenue, and a hot Midtown South office market where vacancy rates hover near 9 percent, the site could be a prime opportunity to construct new office space in the heart of the Times Square/Penn Station sub-market.




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Demolition of the two-story building has been put on hold since then, but work will likely begin again soon because a sidewalk shed has been installed on the property in accordance with a permit filed with the DOB on July 10 that was approved on the 13th

According to permits approved on June 9 by the Department of Buildings, a nine-story residential building with a FAR of 4.97 will be built with 32 residential units
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Located in one of Manhattan's most exciting and dynamic nabes, 189 Avenue C boasts generous and organic layouts, stunning light and views from every exposure and price points that will make you feel great about your new home. Featuring virtual doorman, 421a tax abatement, super low monthly charges, fitness center and new Bosch and Fisher & Paykel appliances, the new condo development is perfect for those seeking value and panache in equal measure. Showing by appointment only. Units available for immediate occupancy.
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350 Clarkson Avenue will be the second phase of a two-phase development which will ultimately bring over 400 apartments to the edge of the burgeoning Prospect Lefferts Garden neighborhood. The eight-story building will contain 248 units, ranging in size from studios to three bedrooms, and will feature a robust package of tenant amenities including an expansive roof terrace with barbecues, a top-floor tenant lounge, a gym with separate yoga room, a children’s room with a private outdoor play area, a screening room, a quiet lounge, a game room, a laundry room equipped for extra-large loads, private tenant storage, bike storage, parking, a package room with cold storage, and a concierge. The architect, CetraRuddy, is designing modern apartments with sophisticated finishes, all of which will feature over-sized windows, in-unit washer/dryers, central heating and cooling systems with in-unit controls, hardwood floors, and stainless steel appliances. Select apartments will also have private outdoor space.

In deference to the neighborhood’s industrial past, CetraRuddy is designing a unique façade featuring a rhythm of recessed masonry expressions. The façade will be broken up with an expanse of copper panels towering over the residential lobby entrance and extending into dormers at the roof set-back. The ground floor glass storefront will provide visibility to the active retail spaces within, and a set of slightly slanted columns will create a dynamic visual experience for pedestrians. The design of 350 Clarkson also takes into account that of 310 Clarkson right next door, ensuring the buildings are distinct from one another yet are complementary with the existing surroundings. Furthermore, in keeping with Hudson’s tradition of green building, this project is anticipated to achieve LEED, NYSERDA, and Energy Star certifications.

350 Clarkson will be just one and a half blocks from the 2 and 5 express subway trains at Winthrop Street Station, with B and Q trains also a short walk away. Access to Brooklyn’s Select Bus Service, running express from Sheepshead Bay to Williamsburg, will also be available next door. A few blocks to the west, Prospect Park will provide ample recreational space for tenants, and the major employment centers of Kings County Hospital and SUNY Downstate Medical Center will be only steps east of the project.

Construction completion is anticipated in Spring 2018.
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Old Posted Aug 11, 2015, 1:28 PM
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The hotel will hold 152 rooms spread across 43,734 square feet of commercial space. Each floor will have 22 rooms, except for the seventh, where there will be 30 rooms. Guests will also be able to enjoy a roof terrace, and a restaurant, conference rooms and gym in the cellar.

And the development will include a parking lot with 17 spaces.

Alec Shtromandel of Greenwich Street Equities is developing the project, and he’s once again hired Ben Krone of Gradient Architecture to design it. The duo teamed up for another hotel we revealed last month at 489 Baltic Street in Boerum Hill, but 38-04 11th Street will have a very distinct aesthetic from the corten-clad “Baltic Huis.”

Gray facade panels and tilted sections of brick help give the facade a dynamic look. It will certainly stand out among the low-slung warehouses and small row houses that fill the blocks east of Ravenswood Generating Station. The interiors are typically clean and modern, and they subtly reference the patterned, slightly uneven feel of the exterior.
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Another Pivoting Skyscraper Coming to Crowded Midtown East Block

Another Pivoting Skyscraper Coming to Crowded Midtown East Block

By Ondel Hylton

August 10th, 2015

www.6sqft.com/another-pivoting-skyscraper-coming-to-crowded-midtown-east-block

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It’s hard for a new building to stand out in the Big Apple these days, with striking towers designed by the world’s foremost architects, soaring pinnacles jutting 1,500 feet into the clouds, and massive 1,000-unit apartment buildings possessing all the amenities of a Caribbean resort. However, within the densest thicket of Midtown skyscrapers, Handel Architects along with SLCE have crafted a 43-story, 450,000-square-foot residential tower whose elevations are angled to the street grid on all sides. The tactic will set the skyscraper apart from its perpendicular neighbors and grant its residents a touch more light and air within Midtown’s concrete canyons.





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Old Posted Aug 12, 2015, 3:21 AM
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This deserves its own thread! This tower is awesome!
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^^ It's not a real proposal at the moment.
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Old Posted Aug 12, 2015, 9:46 PM
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Remember PeterQM to put highrises/skyscrapers in this compilation: http://forum.skyscraperpage.com/show...216002&page=11

Better for organization as this is for midrises, low rises, and general developments wheres the other is for 100 ft or greater / 12 floors or greater.

But as always, appreciate the contributions.
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Wasn't paying attention to which thread I was posting this in.

Reasons: Tripping balls

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Construction Update: 2030 Eighth Street AND 2112 Eighth Street NW
That's in DC Looks cool, though.
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Old Posted Aug 14, 2015, 12:41 AM
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^^^^

Woops. There's so many projects with the keywords "Atlantic" in this thread that I was sure I'd have some record of it.



Can get tough sometimes trying to document every mid rise in a city that's on roids when it comes to new permits and developments.
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We were poking around the Department of Buildings website earlier this week and noticed that a new permit was pre-filed with the DOB on July 29, 2015, calling for an eight story-mixed used build, with 19,989 square feet of commercial space and 19,799 square feet of residential space for a FAR of 3.98. The occupancy classification on the permit calls for “HOTELS, DORMITORIES” and there will be 29 dwelling units. Based on a review of the permit, the owner appears to be Amsterdam Hospitality, which has ties to homeless shelter developer Alan Lapes.
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As the Rabsky Group plans to rezone an industrial swath of Williamsburg’s Broadway Triangle for a huge residential development, other landlords are converting the area’s commercial buildings to apartments and retail. Schlomo Landau has filed alteration applications to expand a two-story storefront at 687 Flushing Avenue to a nine-story building with apartments and a school.

The through-block property fronts both Whipple Street and Flushing Avenue, and sits in a triangular block also bounded by Throop Avenue. The ground floor will hold 1,088 square feet of retail, followed by 28,800 square feet of community facilities on the second through fifth floors.

When we called Landau, we learned that the expanded building will become a special yeshiva school for married Orthodox Jews, known as a kolel. It will be able to accommodate 1,000 students between the ages of 17 and 25. Landau, who’s the dean and rabbi of the school, says it will be the largest kolel in Brooklyn. The synagogue for the congregation, Cong Kolel Vyashkem Avrahom, will occupy about 8,000 square feet, and the remaining 20,000 square feet will be classrooms and possibly a dormitory.

Apartments will take up the top four floors. 32 units will be divided across 25,144 square feet of residential space, for an average unit of 785 square feet. The apartments will house students who are from out of town and need a place to stay in Brooklyn.

The retail space will face Flushing and might be a coffee shop or a cafe where the students can grab a quick bite.

Ultimately, the revamped building will grow from 10,000 to 50,000 square feet of interior space, and the roof line will rise from 22 to 86 feet.
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Development south of Eastern Parkway in Crown Heights has yet to take off like development in the northern part of the neighborhood, but one of the first big new buildings is currently rising on Rogers Avenue. Situated between Crown and Carroll streets, the property at 267 Rogers Avenue used to hold a church. But that is long gone, and a five-story, 165-unit apartment building designed by Think Architecture and Design is taking the church's place. A Curbed operative sent a recent photo, and noted that the new building, which is now up to the third floor, is rising quickly.
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Perkins Eastman is designing the facility, which will span a gross 160,000 square feet over five floors. The building will stand 89 feet tall, shorter than the 12-story structure that currently occupies the site.

• A new emergency department on the first floor, which will include two inpatient beds for those who need to stay the night, as well as 10 patient bays, two resuscitation room, two triage rooms, a decontamination room, and 12 other treatment spaces.

• An outpatient surgery center on the third floor, with four operating rooms and two endoscopy rooms (that’s where they stick a camera up or down one of your orifices).

• A cancer center on the fourth floor with space for 22 patients, plus a pharmacy, and a laboratory.

• A diagnostic imaging center — for X-rays and other tech that looks inside patients — on the cellar level of the new building.
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The seven-story building will host 38 apartments stacked on top of 5,239 square feet of medical offices on the ground floor. They’ll spread across 26,050 square feet, for fairly small units averaging 685 square feet each.

The units will break down into six one-bedrooms, 31 two-bedrooms and one three-bedroom. There will be four to six units a piece on the upper floors, and just two on the first floor.

The parking will be a 19-car garage in the cellar, which is the exact number of spots required by the zoning code.

Charles Mallea is the architect of record, but J Frankl Associates, based in South Williamsburg, are responsible for the design. The facade is fairly nondescript, but the building will offer tenants plenty of outdoor space. 12 apartments on the upper floors will have glass balconies, and setbacks create spacious private terraces on the seventh floor and a shared, 900-square-foot roof deck.

The 70-foot-tall building will fill an 80-foot-wide vacant lot between Brooklyn and Kingston Avenues, about two and a half blocks east of the Sterling Street stop on the 2/5 trains and just north of Kings County Hospital and Wingate Park.
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Shibber Khan’s Criterion group filed plans Tuesday for a 569-unit residential building at its Astoria development site at 130-37 Vernon Boulevard in Queens. The Astoria-based developer bought the waterfront site, also known as 11-31 31st Avenue last October, along with the adjacent 11-12 30th Drive, paying $57 million. The new building, technically an enlargement of the existing one-story commercial building, will stand nine stories and include over 380,000 square feet of space. It will also include a 151-car parking garage, according to the filing. The first through seventh floors will have between 65 and 66 units per floor, and the top two floors will have 56 units each. Criterion filed permits two weeks ago for the adjacent parcel, also purchased in October. That building is to house 132 rental apartments spread across 101,801 square feet. The development site is currently home to two manufacturing buildings spanning 76,500 square feet.
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