Welcome to our weekly construction/new development roundup where we highlight ongoing work on a handful of NYC projects we may have missed during the week.
30 Hudson Yards
↑ What will eventually be the tallest building at Related Companies and Oxford Properties Group’s megaproject is making progress, a new photo by Field Condition has revealed. Large portions of the building are already clad in glass, and by the end of it all this building will stand 1,300 feet tall. The Kohn Pedersen Fox-designed office tower will be home to companies like Time Warner and Turner Broadcasting, and will also feature an open air observation deck at 1,100 feet above ground.
203 Jay Street
↑ It’s been a while since we checked in with the 33-story rental building at 203 Jay Street in Downtown Brooklyn, but a new photo captured by Tectonic shows that the 215-unit project is nearing completion. Designed by Woods Bagot, the building will also feature office space. Though leasing is yet to get underway, future residents can look forward to amenities like a rooftop terrace, garden, and a fitness center.
515 West 36th Street
↑ Lalezarian Properties’ 38-story Hudson Yards rental building has topped out. Located at 515 West 36th Street, between Tenth and Eleventh Avenues, the project will bring 251 apartments to the Hudson Yards area. Of the total apartments, about 50 will be affordable units. Ismael Levya Architects have designed the building, which also includes retail on the first three floors, and 36,000 square feet of community facilities on floors four through seven. The apartments here will be located on the eighth floor and upward.
3500 Park Avenue
↑ A parking lot in Claremont Village, in the Bronx, will be converted into an affordable and supportive housing development, The Real Deal has learned. Located at 3500 Park Avenue, the seven-story building will bring 115 apartments to the neighborhood. Of these, 69 will be for seniors with disabilities, homeless people with disabilities, and for people with mental illnesses. The rest will affordable units offered at 30 to 60 percent of the AMI. The $48 million project is being developed by nonprofit group, The Bridge.