77 Greenwich, the new residential tower designed by a “Who’s Who” of local design talent, including FXCollaborative, the architecture firm behind the new Statue of Liberty Museum, and Deborah Berke Partners, the lauded design firm that crafted the interiors at 432 Park Avenue, has officially topped out.
30 Warren, a boutique luxury condominium in Tribeca, has released a sneak peek of its precast concrete facade, an ambitious design crafted by Francois Lininger of French firm Post-Office Architects. Francois's modern twist on the cast iron and stone aesthetic of Tribeca, and the work that went into creating this look with over 70 different molds from corrugated cardboard.
Lightstone, one of the largest and most diversified privately held real estate companies in the United States, has announced that 130 William, a new luxury high-rise tower designed by visionary architect Sir David Adjaye, has topped out. 130 William rises approximately 800’ tall, 66 stories, to make a bold architectural statement and unique addition to Manhattan’s iconic skyline.
The American Museum of Natural History is gearing up to begin construction on their new Richard Gilder Center for Science, Education, and Innovation, on their Upper West Side campus. Construction had been stalled due to litigation after community groups attempted to block the project which will be built on a quarter-acre portion of land from the existing Theodore Roosevelt Park.
Since launching sales just months ago, 308 N 7th Street, a new condominium inspired by historic Williamsburg, has announced the commencement of first closings and initial occupancy. Located in the heart of Williamsburg, 308 N 7th offers elevated living, thoughtful amenities and a rare 15-year tax abatement.
DDG has revealed new images of the recently completed facade of 100 Franklin, their new Tribeca condo project merging old and new. 100 Franklin Street continues DDG’s longstanding commitment to traditional craftsmanship and demonstrates how a modern building can be created within a historic district.
Tangram House West, the highly anticipated new condominium and final piece of Tangram, the transformative 1.2 million square foot mixed-use development redefining the lifestyle of Flushing, Queens, has officially topped out at 13 stories, with sales slated to launch late this spring.
The reason for the construction halt at Fortis Property Group’s One Seaport, 161 Maiden Lane, has finally been revealed as the under-construction building has tilted 3 inches to the north. Fortis Property Group and contractor Pizzarotti, LLC. have terminated their contracts as the firms are at odds over the reason for the 670’ tower leaning.
The ODA New York-designed 561 Pacific Street, being developed by Adam America Real Estate, has launched sales in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn. The building offers 63 residential units and rises 12-stories, construction has reached halfway up the vertical buildings vertical rise.
Shore House in Newport, Jersey City has commenced closings and initial occupancy. The development is now 70% sold, making it the fastest-selling new development in Jersey City. The 72-unit Shore House is part of the larger Park and Shore development, the first condominium in the area in nearly a decade and Jersey City's fastest-selling new development.
The ODA-designed conversion of 10 Jay Street is powering towards completion in DUMBO, Brooklyn. The property, which was landmarked in 2007 in the DUMBO historic district, was first built in 1898 as the Arbuckle Brothers Sugar Refinery before later being converted into a winery in 1925.
The C3D-designed 76 Bowery Street has topped off in Chinatown at Diamond Corner and construction teams will begin installing the glass curtain wall as the building is powering towards completion. The building rises 8 stories, 85’, and will feature 14,488 SF of office space.
Construction on the new Tvsdesign-designed 1.2 million SF expansion of the Jacob K. Javits Center is cruising along adjacent to the newly opened Hudson Yards mega-project. The expansion of the convention center which is located on Manhattan’s West Side will cost around $1.5 billion and will expand the existing facility to over 3.3 million SF.
The Hudson Yards neighborhood has officially opened to the public, marking a historic moment for New York City. The mega-development has already contributed more than $10 billion to New York City’s GDP through construction. Hudson Yards developers Related Companies and Oxford Properties Group were joined by U.S. Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer, Congressman Adriano Espaillat, Congressman Jerrold Nadler, ctnd.
Reuveni Real Estate has officially launched sales at Dahlia, a new condominium which is currently under construction at 212 West 95th Street on the Upper West Side. Construction on the tower reached top off in early 2019 and occupancy is expected to begin in Spring 2020.
The 18-story mixed-use project known as The Lively at 321 Warren Street has topped off in Downtown Jersey City. The Fogarty Finger Architecture-designed building, which is being developed by LMC, is expected to be completed this Summer 2019 after breaking ground in June 2018.
SL Green Realty and Giorgio Armani Corp. have filed permits to redevelop Giorgio Armani’s flagship store with a boutique luxury condo designed by COOKFOX Architects with interiors by Armani/Casa at 760 Madison Avenue.
Level One Holdings has revealed 10 Lenox, their new collection of 29 designer residences in Harlem. The project is designed by Issac & Stern Architects with interiors by Fogarty Finger Architects and will introduce an elevated design aesthetic to the surrounding neighborhood.
RFR and Foster + Partners have completed One Hundred East Fifty Third Street, the new modern landmark that now graces the Midtown Manhattan skyline, and the tower’s first residents are now closing on their residences and moving in.
Strategic Capital, Cape Advisors, and Forum Absolute Capital Partners have announced that West Soho’s newest residential tower, Greenwich West, has risen to its full 30-story height. The building broke ground in July 2018 and launched sales of its 170 residences this fall, with closings slated to begin in early 2020.
Construction on the Hilton Grand Vacation Hotel in Midtown East is powering towards completion as construction teams have begun the installation of the Handel Architects-designed metal facade. When complete the hotel tower, which is being developed by Hidrock Realty, will rise 31-stories.
Following Amazon’s announcement of opening their HQ2 in New York’s Long Island City neighborhood, Google has announced a $1 billion investment initiative to expand their Manhattan campus into Google Hudson Square as well as expand their workforce by 7,000.
Following a successful grand opening in 2017, Harrison Urby has announced the completion and launch of Phase 2, bringing 270 new apartments to transformative residential concept in Harrison, NJ. The Urby concept blends residential living with forward-thinking social spaces for residents.
425 Park Avenue, designed by Norman Foster’s Foster + Partners, has officially topped out in Midtown East at 897’. The tower rises 41-stories and is being developed by L&L Holding Company, LLC. with Adamson Associates as the architect of record.
SL Green has had a giant project in the works for 185 Broadway in lower Manhattan since 2015. On Friday, the developer finally announced plans to go vertical on construction of the 35-story, 260,000 square foot development in the first quarter of 2019.
100 East 53rd Street, developed by art collector and real estate developer Aby Rosen and designed top-to-bottom by Foster + Partners, is nearing completion as construction teams are putting the final finishing touches as the lobby and all of the amenities are totally complete with move-ins slated to start in December.
Tamarkin Co. has unveiled a brand-new model residence by star designer Charlie Ferrer of FERRER at 555 West End Avenue, the historic private school which has been converted into 13 luxe, highly-detailed condos.
Trinity Place Holdings has revealed new renderings of 77 Greenwich, their new ground-up, luxury condominium situated in the heart of Manhattan’s Financial District. Following the recent completion of the tower's foundation, the installation of superstructure concrete is now underway
Macklowe Properties is nearing the completion of construction on 200 East 59th Street, a 35-story residential condominium that continues the development company’s tradition of pushing the boundaries of classic modernism; an elegant follow-up to Macklowe’s 432 Park Avenue, the Western Hemisphere’s tallest residential tower.
A selection of new interior renderings have been revealed of 25 Park Row, the new construction luxury condominium coming to the former J&R Music & Computer World site on Park Row, which sits directly across from City Hall Park. Construction crews are expected to top-out the tower in October 2018 and completion is expected in the spring of 2020.