NEW YORK | LOW-RISE / GENERAL Development News + Construction

#164

Look Brooklyn can have nice things. This used to be an empty lot.

Bonus: This is 363 Grand Avenue, the oldest apartment building in Brooklyn.

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#165

awesome Tec!

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#166

Brooklyn has a lot of nice throwback brick buildings. They don’t usually get picked up on our radar. That one is particularly nice.

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#167

Thank you Chris I’ll look into it right away.

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#168

It is the Pendry

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#169

Looks like this old broken decrepit building is finally coming down on the High Line. It had been sitting there with a ripped black covering on it forever.
Wonder what’s replacing it?


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#170

Beautiful

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#171
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#172

Wow!!!

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#173

Yeah, this ones stunning! The meatpacking is really coming together with so many interesting buildings.

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#174

Today from west 44th and 10th. Not sure if the Target is still going in here? Anyone know for sure?

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#175

This old garage is now being replaced by a new jewelery retail/commercial building.

Last week

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#176

Huge improvement!

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#177

Of all the amazing projects, I’m calling the RH Building the Building of the Year. It is absolutely spectacular!





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#178

More of this please!! If only this amount of class were applied to the theater renovations in Times Square …

Getting great European vibes from this project.

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NEW YORK | Hudson Yards Rezoned District | 43M SF
#179

90 Morton


Credit:FC

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#180

I spotted this u/c in New Brunswick. I forgot what development this is. Pic by me.

If anybody recalls, let me know and I’ll transfer to appropriate thread.

Thanks

20190227_174311

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#181

208 Delancey St in LES. Found this on ODA’s website, not sure if it’s a real project:

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#183

I think this is the updated rendering from above 23-20 Jackson Ave.


Today- shed is up.

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