Friday, December 19, 2014

Five More Big Construction Projects Coming to New York City

If you have ever been stuck in Midtown traffic, you know that New York City construction is booming. The signs are everywhere, from exposed steel for super tall skyscrapers in Manhattan to large cranes for massive apartment complexes on the Brooklyn waterfront. But some of the city’s largest projects are still waiting to get underway. Here’s a list of five more Big Projects about to get underway:

112-51 Northern Boulevard

Fleet Financial and Eastern Emerald Group have proposed a 25-story, mixed-use building for the former DiBlasi Ford dealership in Corona, Queens.

Plans call for a 292-room hotel and 257 residential units above to be constructed above 145,910 square feet of commercial space, which will be used as a convention center.

The building will house 175,090 square feet of residential space, and more than 50,000 square feet of retail space.

An underground parking garage will include 600 parking spaces.

See ElectricWeb | Blogger, March 31, 2014

262 Kent Avenue

Two Trees management plans to build another 30-story tower at its Domino Sugar Factory complex. This will be the firm’s third tower of waterfront development in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

This project, covering a total of 281,869 square feet, will be split almost exactly between commercial and residential space.

The building will include 142,000 square feet of office space from the second through 17th floors. The remainder of the space will be spread throughout 93 residential units.

See ElectricWeb | Blogger, Oct 26, 2014

4275 Park Avenue

Developer Webster Avenue HDFC has plans to build a 12-story residential building at East 178th Street and Park Avenue, in the Tremont section of the Bronx.

The 211,520 square foot project that will rise on the site, currently occupied by a one-story warehouse, and will be divided among 248 low- and middle-income rental apartments.

Architecture firm COOKFOX will be designing the new building.

356 East 89th Street

Anbau Enterprises plans to construct a 198,890-square-foot residential building at southwest of East 89th Street and First Avenue, on the Upper East Side.

The builder purchased the location for $33 million in 2013.

The development, also known as 1717 First Avenue, will rise to 351 feet and have 78 luxury apartments, averaging about 2,400 square feet, divided throughout 34 floors.

The project, being designed by SHoP Architects, calls for 3,600 square feet of retail space on the ground floor of the building.

1558 Third Avenue

DDG Partners has plans to build a 31-story residential tower at 1558 Third Avenue, on the Upper East Side.  The developers recently purchased the location from Muss Development for $70 million.

The new building at the corner of East 88th Street will stand 469 feet tall, and will span 183,781 square feet.

The development will include 44 residential units with 12-foot ceilings, averaging about 3,500 square feet each.

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