Sumaida + Khurana, the firm behind Tadao Ando's 152 Elizabeth, and LENY have closed on a $155 million construction loan for the development of 611 West 56th Street, the highly anticipated luxury condominium designed by Pritzker Prize-winning Portuguese architect Alvaro Siza.Read More
There is a new four-story residential building coming to Bushwick, Brooklyn just steps from the J, M and Z trains. The project is being developed by Moshe Friedman and is being designed by BEAM Group, led by Boaz Golani.Read More
New renderings have been released of the Selldorf Architects-designed expansion of Frick Collection. The expansion is expected to cost $160 million and construction will take 2 years to complete after breaking ground, which is not anticipated until 2020.Read More
RedSky Capital has revealed their new mixed-use project located at 658 Driggs Avenue in Williamsburg, Brooklyn which will be designed by Internationally acclaimed architectural firm Morris Adjmi Architects.Read More
Newark Liberty International Airport has announced that they will replace Terminal A with a Grimshaw Architects and STV-designed, LEED Silver Certified Terminal One. Terminal One will feature 33-gates and will be designed to accommodate some 13.6 million annual travelers with over 1 million square feet of space.Read More
Edison Properties has released new renderings of their currently under construction, Perkins Eastman-designed Ironside Newark office project located at 110 Edison Place. The project includes transforming a structure which was originally a freight warehouse into a state-of-the-art office building, expected to cost around $80 million and designed by Perkins Eastman. The development will feature almost 500,000 SF of office space including a seventh floor glass rooftop penthouse level addition with expansive terraces.
The Mars Company will move their headquarters into 110,000 SF encompassing 4 floors of the building in addition to a penthouse suite.
Ironside Newark is expected to be completed Q4 2018.
Photos via Perkins Eastman
The Brooklyn-based Two Trees along with Arker Companies has been chosen to build a mixed-income project at Boerum Hill's Wyckoff Gardens in Brooklyn. The project is part of the New York City Housing Authority's NextGen housing program and will be built on NYCHA land.Read More
Trans World Equities has submitted a revised plan for 312-322 Canal Street in TriBeCa after the initial design was rejected by the Landmarks Preservation Commission for being too bland. Both plans were designed by Paul A. Castrucci Architect and the updated design is pending approval.Read More
Related Companies has locked down Thomas Heatherwick and Robert A.M. Stern to design their two tower Hudson Residences development. Thomas Heatherwick, who also designed the Vessel and public square at Hudson Yards, will design the tower at 515 West 18th Street while Robert A.M. Stern will design the portion at 555 West 22nd Street.Read More
Permits have been filed for the expansion of the Studio Museum of Harlem. The museum will add a 6-story International Center for Contemporary Artists of African Descent next door to their existing building. The new ultra-modern structure will be designed by Adjaye Associates, led by Sir David Adjaye.Read More
Steiner NYC has filed plans to expand its 15-acre Brooklyn Navy Yards Campus with the addition of a new 9-story building at 399 Sands Street. The building, which is being designed by Dattner Architects and will feature 412,030 SF to total development.Read More
Tishman Speyer's BIG-designed, 64-story office tower is just about ready to go vertical in Hudson yards. Located at 66 Hudson Boulevard, demotion and excavation work has been completed and the supertall is ready to begin foundation work.Read More
The first interior renderings have been revealed of the under-construction 40 Bleecker, giving a look inside the highly-anticipated building featuring interiors by the AD 100-recognized Ryan Korban. 40 Bleecker will be Korban's first ever residential project after being named as a top designer for the 2nd consecutive yearRead More
701, 703 and 705 Lafayette Avenue designed by IMC Architecture has been revealed in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn. The developments are an assemblage of 701, 703 and 705 Lafayette, all of which are being designed by IMC Architecture and seamlessly blended together paying homage to traditional Brooklyn townhouses.Read More
Extell has unveiled their Snøhetta-designed 50 West 66th Street, soon the become the tallest tower on the Upper West Side. The tower which will be located at 200 Amsterdam Avenue will rise 775' and feature 127-condo residences. Extell has not yet filed plans for the development with the city and they reportedly closed on the final parcel of the assemblage in late-November.Read More
Tan Architects have revealed their new renderings for 147-12 Roosevelt Avenue in Murray Hill, Queens. Permits have already been filed for the 4-story mixed-use building which is being developed by Ling Feng International. The building will feature 12,450 SF of total developed space with 3,290 SF of medical space on the first floor.Read More
YS Realty NY and Beam Group have unveiled their newly designed 836 Monroe Street in Ocean Hill, Brooklyn. The residential project will feature 7 apartment units spread over 5,000 SF of total developed space, each averaging around 714 SF. The building will rise 4-stories, reaching up to 50'.Read More
Gamma Real Estate is confident that their proposed 800' Sutton 58 residential tower designed by architect Thomas Juul-Hansen in Sutton Place, will move ahead despite the grandfathering clause included in the rezoning being shot down by the City Council Land Use Committee. The developer aimed to avoid rezoning as they are already 3-weeks from completion of excavation.Read More
Once a model for cleanliness and safety, New York City's continuously left moving politics have quickly created deep divides as a homeless crisis now blankets the city. Clean safe streets that once gleamed immaculately with no homeless, beauty and safety are now overrun.Read More
Plaxall Realty is proposing to rezone 14.7 acres in the Anable Basin neighborhood of Long Island City to bring 5,000 residential units to the area. On December 14, 2017, the Department of City Planning will discuss the environmental effects of the proposed rezoning with Plaxall at a public meeting.Read More