The New York Dock Co. building conversion into pricey condos is moving forward. A new update anticipates that move-ins will happen in the fall, and the building’s last remaining apartments will hit the market in the spring.
Red Hook’s community board met with Thor Equities last night to discuss the developer’s plans to bring a massive office and retail complex to the neighborhood. The big takeaway: the community wants to be more involved.
This proposal focuses more on fortifying the neighborhood against future Sandy-like storms, and for revitalizing the existing landscape of the neighborhood. AECOM in turn proposed more skyscrapers with thousands of apartments.
AECOM’s vision not only includes bringing thousands of new apartments to the neighborhood, but also calls for storm resiliency infrastructure along the waterfront, and the creation of a new subway line—the 9 train.
Though only in the proposal stage so far, the project seeks to add 45,000 new units of housing along the Red Hook waterfront, extend the 1 train from South Ferry to the neighborhood and and make Red Hook more storm resilient.
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It’s really happening: a 600,000-plus-square-foot tech complex designed by starchitect Norman Foster will rise on the Red Hook site of the Revere Sugar Refinery. Construction is expected to begin in the fall.
The renovated three-floor home boasts a total of eight rooms, including three airy bedrooms and two and a half baths. Each one has big windows and high ceilings with exposed beams, making the 1,667 square-foot home feel even more luxurious.