Michael Heletz’s Excel Development has filed for permits for their new Kips Bay project located at 339-345 East 33rd Street. The project will rise 23-stories, 235’ tall, and will feature 173 residential units with over 8,821 SF SF of ground floor and cellar retail. The total development will span 151,569 SF with an average unit size of 711SF, indicating the residential portion will most likely be rentals. The project was designed by GF55 Architects. Excel Development began acquiring the assemblage in 2015 and have since applied for demolition permits for 339, 341, 343 and 345 East 33rd Street. No groundbreaking or expected completion dates have been announced as of yet.
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.Read More
611 West 56th Street, designed by Pritzker Prize-winning master architect Alvaro Siza, has revealed two never-before-seen renderings of the project’s exterior, offering a first look at the 35-story residential tower which is currently under construction.Read More
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.Read More
Morris Adjmi Architects has revealed a new rendering of their proposed mixed-use design for 32 West 8th Street in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village. The proposal will go before New York City’s Landmarks Preservation Commission for approval to demolish the existing one-story commercial structure on the site.Read More
PROFILEnyc had the exclusive opportunity to sit down with Robert Whitlock, Design Principal of Kohn Pedersen Fox, to discuss designing and transforming some of the most iconic skylines in the world as well as their newly completed Madison Square Park Tower and under construction Waterline Square on the Upper West Side.Read More