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Old Posted Mar 8, 2016, 3:37 PM
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Slate Property Group, one of Brooklyn’s most prolific residential developers, is planning a new 117-unit mixed-use building in the rapidly transforming East Williamsburg, according to permit applications filed Monday with the Department of Buildings.

The new seven-story, 100,000-square-foot rental building at 198 Johnson Avenue will occupy the block between Humboldt Street and Bushwick Avenue, rising adjacent to an existing three-story, 82-unit Section 8 residential building on the property.

In addition to more than 92,000 square feet of residential space, the development will include just over 8,000 square feet of ground-floor retail and a 2,300-square-foot rooftop outdoor recreation space for tenants, according to the filing.

The building is set to hold six ground-floor apartments, 20 units on the second floor, 21 apartments on each of the third through fifth floors, another 20 units on the sixth floor and eight units on the top, seventh floor.
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Old Posted Mar 10, 2016, 1:57 AM
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In a corner of Harlem hemmed in by a steep ravine within Jackie Robinson Park and the Harlem River, a residential enclave is undergoing a renaissance. Among a string of four recently finished sale buildings, a seven-story, six-unit condominium has begun work at 306 West 148th Street, between Bradhurst Avenue and Frederick Douglass Boulevard. Conceived by Bottom Line Construction & Development (no comment), the 10,000-square-foot building is to be called The Baldwin after the eminent Harlem-born novelist, poet, playwright and social critic, James Baldwin. Channeling the author’s spirit, the condo will capture in its residences “the sophisticated details and artistic flare of contemporary Harlem living.”
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In the Soundview neighborhood of the Bronx, the Arker Companies has commenced the affordable housing lottery process for their latest ground-up building, Colgate Close. Located at 1092 Colgate Street, where the semi-industrial area along the Bronx River evolves into a low-scale residential community, the five-story complex will contain 32 studio and one-bedrooms targeted for low-income households earning between $25,200 and $30,250 for a single person and $27,052 and $41,460 for two people. Depending on income, studios will be priced at $696 or $847 per month and one-bedrooms at $749 and $910 per month.
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^uggh. What a hot mess. Less is more architects, less is more. What's up with the fence all along the rooftop? Just bad.
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Old Posted Mar 11, 2016, 11:36 PM
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This past December, Premier Equities, with Morris Adjmi as the architect of record, filed new building permits to construct a 26,000-square-foot, seven-story office building at 134 Wooster Street. Thanks to an online version of the presentation the team will show to the LPC, we have our first look at Adjmi’s design. The Wooster Street facade is articulated by a repeating successions of Roman-arched windows, referencing the area’s signature cast-iron fronts. Since the site is squarely situated within the Soho-Cast Iron Historic District, the development team will need to muster the approvals of the Landmarks Preservation Commission to build their vision.

A commercial retail space would occupy the cellar and first levels, followed by five stories of offices with an average floor plate of 2,700 square feet. The seventh floor office penthouse will be setback 20 feet from the streetwall, and its front will be mostly glazed according to drawings. To the top of the rooftop mechanical bulkhead, the building will be 114 feet tall.
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Old Posted Mar 16, 2016, 2:21 AM
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This doesnt really relate to development, but its pretty freaking cool. The Landmarks Commission just came out with an interactive map of every historic district and landmarked building in the city. Ive spent the past few hours looking through it.

http://nyclpc.maps.arcgis.com/apps/w...8b1eede432022b
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Old Posted Mar 18, 2016, 9:06 PM
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This doesnt really relate to development, but its pretty freaking cool. The Landmarks Commission just came out with an interactive map of every historic district and landmarked building in the city. Ive spent the past few hours looking through it.

http://nyclpc.maps.arcgis.com/apps/w...8b1eede432022b
Thats pretty neat. Was checking it out.

I added it to the first post/directory of this compilation. Credit goes to you of course.

I made a GIS section for the Texas Compilation and I figured why not for this (so if anyone spots useful resources, feel free to share). Although for more resources like maps and thread links, the first post of high rise directory is where its at. GIS sets can be found in the Texas one. High rise lists and thread links in NYC highrises one.

I'd like to note that there are 1000+ real estate projects that are mid/low in this compilation as of now. Earlier posts had multiple ones, and thats adding up projects with multiple components. City is on fire.

Edit: I changed the first post image to something more appropriate versus the outdated wtc u/c shot.

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The commercial triangle on 125th and Broadway that used to house the old Floridita diner was demolished a couple of years back to make way for the Columbia Manhattanville campus but nothing has happened since then until recently. We noticed diggers and foundation work starting up in the past week or so and new signage up on the plywood now reveals some dramatic architecture. A first look of the new building can be found after the jump.

Previous renderings of the $7 billion campus have all been uninspiring glass cubes which reflect the architecture of the building that first arrived but this new 3-story corner piece has some strong sculptural merit. There is a lot more that has to happen on 17-acre site but if the future plans reinvent the neighborhood in a more modern fashion such as this new addition, then maybe uptowners will finally have some innovative architecture to be proud of. A completion date of 2018 has been posted on the announcement and thus the final outcome will take some time to finish up for review.
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The Floral Park temple will closely resemble traditional Hindu shrines in India. While we don’t have renderings, we do have detailed drawings pulled from environmental review documents. The stepped structure will be topped with five large domes, and little ziggurats will perch on top of several entranceways lined with columns.

The two-story building will have a large prayer hall, a small store, a vestibule, and an office on the first floor. The second floor will hold studies for three priests, storage, mechanicals, and a caretaker’s apartment.

The house of worship will rise on a 10,000-square-foot plot between 264th and 265th streets, only a few blocks west of the city border with Nassau County. Plans for the 8,000-square-foot structure were filed more than a year ago, but the Department of Buildings hasn’t approved them yet.

The site is also fairly contaminated because it was a gas station until 1991. In order to gain DOB approval, the developers have to truck out the contaminated soil and clean up the lot according to city regulations.

Shiv Shakti Peeth temple is developing the project, and architect Manish Savani is responsible for the design.
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The Congregation Shearith Israel is about to start evacuation work on its long-delayed nine-story community and condominium project next door to its synagogue at 8 West 70th Street.

The project, first proposed in 1983, has gone through many iterations, the Wall Street Journal reported. The synagogue’s original plan was for a 42-story apartment tower. The tower was chopped down to 14 stories in 2002 and then to its current nine stories in 2006.

Now, the planned building will have five condos, including a penthouse, and some units will have views toward Central Park, according to the Journal. It will also house three levels of classrooms, a catering hall and a wheelchair-accessible entrance for the synagogue.


There is a rub, however: ongoing community opposition. Neighbors say the 106-foot tall building will block light and views and Landmark West!, a preservation group, is concerned about precedent the zoning exemption the synagogue was granted in 2008 by the Board of Standards and Appeals, the Journal reported. The ruling allows the synagogue to build taller than the 75-foot height limit at the site.

Also pending is a Department of Buildings’ “notice to revoke” issued last fall, which threatens to withdraw permits for the project, the Journal reported.
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Located only about a 10-minute walk from the Grove Street PATH station and in the Jersey City Historic District, the project had to receive approval from the Jersey City Historic Preservation Commission, a process not entirely unlike that which happens for projects within New York City’s historic districts.

As for the units, the first spans 1,400 square feet across the cellar and first floor, for two bedrooms and two bathrooms. The second unit is an 850-square-foot, two-bedroom, two-bathroom on the second floor. The third unit is a 950-square-foot, two-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom duplex across the third and fourth floors, plus a private roof terrace. The fourth unit is a 1,050-square-foot, two-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom duplex, also spanning the third and fourth floors with a private roof terrace. Pricing is not yet available, but the project is described by the developer as “high-end.”
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