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Mapping Broadway's Condo Construction Mini-Boom

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On a small stretch of Broadway in Tribeca, eight new condo developments are currently in the works, seven of which are conversions. Tribeca Citizen reports that these projects will bring 487 new units of housing to the street?nearly a 50 percent increase from what's currently there. We took TC's notes and turned them into a Microhood map to show just how much action is happening in such close proximity. And TC has heard rumors about three other Broadway buildings, so more may even be coming. Find our map after the jump, and click through to Tribeca Citizen for a list of all current residential buildings between Worth and Warren Streets.

· Broadway's Residential Boom [Tribeca Citizen]

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1. 396 Broadway

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396 Broadway
New York, NY

The last time we wrote about 396 Broadway, architect Gene Kaufman's plan to convert the building had been rejected by the community board. Tribeca Citizen notes that no construction has started yet, but that may be changing soon: new permits were recently approved by the DOB (although a Stop Work Order currently exists on the site). It looks like there will be 52 units with retail and a cafe on the lower levels.

2. 391 Broadway

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391 Broadway
New York, NY 10013

Last summer, Erez Itzhaki’s Keystone Group bought 391 Broadway with plans to add a rooftop addition and turn it into a boutique condo building. According to DOB records, permits were first approved last December, and work is moving full steam ahead. It looks like there will four units.

3. 372 Broadway

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372 Broadway
New York, NY 10013

In February, we learned that Im­perial Development Group plans to turn 372 Broadway into condos with a glassy three-story addition on top of the original five-story building. Last we heard, the developer had a date with the Landmarks Preservation Commission, and it seems that the plans are still in limbo. The DOB shows pending applications. However, Tribeca Citizen spotted the building's new StreetEasy page. It appears that Halstead has been tapped to market the six units, and the place will be named Tribeca 372. Reps send word that the building will be going by its alternate address, 6 Cortlandt Alley, and Stribling, not Halstead, will be marketing the six units.

4. Franklin Place

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5 Franklin Place
New York, NY 10013

Also known as 371 Broadway, this development recently unveiled a new look after a lengthy delay. Currently, a partially built structure occupies the site, but it will grow to 20 stories and hold 53 units.

5. 361 Broadway

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Shigeru Ban's plans for a penthouse atop 361 Broadway were approved last June, and work is steadily moving along. The building will have just 14 units, and they will all be giant duplexes with statement staircases.

6. 350 Broadway

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350 Broadway
New York, NY 10013

Italian developers Bizzi & Parners paid $53 million for the building at 350 Broadway (aka 101 Leonard Street) at the end of last year, and they will convert it into 66 condos. It appears the permits have been approved by the DOB, but there's currently an old Stop Work Order on the site that's still active.

7. 346 Broadway

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346 Broadway
New York, NY 10013

The city recently sold 346 Broadway, a criminal court building, to the Peebles Corporation, which plans to convert it into 200 (or less) condos. There will also be 15,000-square-feet of community space for an arts group on the ground floor. The developer told the Times that they have narrowed down the designer choice to "four premiere New York-based architects."

8. 93 Worth St

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The 92-unit conversion at 93 Worth Street hit the market at the end of last year, and 76 units have already sold. Curbed photographer Will Femia recently stopped by to see the model units. Currently, StreetEasy has just three active listings: a $800,000 studio, $3.5 million 3BR, and $4.5 million 2BR.

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1. 396 Broadway

396 Broadway, New York, NY

The last time we wrote about 396 Broadway, architect Gene Kaufman's plan to convert the building had been rejected by the community board. Tribeca Citizen notes that no construction has started yet, but that may be changing soon: new permits were recently approved by the DOB (although a Stop Work Order currently exists on the site). It looks like there will be 52 units with retail and a cafe on the lower levels.

396 Broadway
New York, NY

2. 391 Broadway

391 Broadway, New York, NY 10013

Last summer, Erez Itzhaki’s Keystone Group bought 391 Broadway with plans to add a rooftop addition and turn it into a boutique condo building. According to DOB records, permits were first approved last December, and work is moving full steam ahead. It looks like there will four units.

391 Broadway
New York, NY 10013

3. 372 Broadway

372 Broadway, New York, NY 10013

In February, we learned that Im­perial Development Group plans to turn 372 Broadway into condos with a glassy three-story addition on top of the original five-story building. Last we heard, the developer had a date with the Landmarks Preservation Commission, and it seems that the plans are still in limbo. The DOB shows pending applications. However, Tribeca Citizen spotted the building's new StreetEasy page. It appears that Halstead has been tapped to market the six units, and the place will be named Tribeca 372. Reps send word that the building will be going by its alternate address, 6 Cortlandt Alley, and Stribling, not Halstead, will be marketing the six units.

372 Broadway
New York, NY 10013

4. Franklin Place

5 Franklin Place, New York, NY 10013

Also known as 371 Broadway, this development recently unveiled a new look after a lengthy delay. Currently, a partially built structure occupies the site, but it will grow to 20 stories and hold 53 units.

5 Franklin Place
New York, NY 10013

5. 361 Broadway

361 Broadway, NY

Shigeru Ban's plans for a penthouse atop 361 Broadway were approved last June, and work is steadily moving along. The building will have just 14 units, and they will all be giant duplexes with statement staircases.

6. 350 Broadway

350 Broadway, New York, NY 10013

Italian developers Bizzi & Parners paid $53 million for the building at 350 Broadway (aka 101 Leonard Street) at the end of last year, and they will convert it into 66 condos. It appears the permits have been approved by the DOB, but there's currently an old Stop Work Order on the site that's still active.

350 Broadway
New York, NY 10013

7. 346 Broadway

346 Broadway, New York, NY 10013

The city recently sold 346 Broadway, a criminal court building, to the Peebles Corporation, which plans to convert it into 200 (or less) condos. There will also be 15,000-square-feet of community space for an arts group on the ground floor. The developer told the Times that they have narrowed down the designer choice to "four premiere New York-based architects."

346 Broadway
New York, NY 10013

8. 93 Worth St

New York, NY 10013

The 92-unit conversion at 93 Worth Street hit the market at the end of last year, and 76 units have already sold. Curbed photographer Will Femia recently stopped by to see the model units. Currently, StreetEasy has just three active listings: a $800,000 studio, $3.5 million 3BR, and $4.5 million 2BR.