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YIMBY Today: ODA Releases Renderings of 10 Montieth Street in Bushwick, More

March 19, 2015

*Structural Design done by ADG Engineering

10 Montieth Street

10 Montieth Street, rendering by ODA via The Real Deal

10 Montieth Street [The Real Deal]: Filed this past January, ODA Architecture has released renderings of Rabsky Group’s seven-story, 392-unit mixed-use building planned for the vacant lot 10 Montieth Street, in northern Bushwick. The “building will feature a landscaped rooftop” and inner courtyard.

47 3rd Avenue [EV Grieve]: Slate Property Group and RWN Real Estate Partners have begun redeveloping the former six-story dormitory building — located at 47-53 3rd Avenue, in the East Village — into an eight-story, 41-unit mixed-use building. Grasso Menziuso Architects is the architect of record, while Aufgang Architects is designing.

47-28 11th Avenue

47-28 11th Avenue [The Court Square Blog]: Kora Developers has topped-out their seven-story, 21-unit mixed-use building at 47-28 11th Avenue, in Long Island City. Façade installation is imminent, and completion is expected by the end of 2015.

2691 Arthur Kill Road

2691 Arthur Kill Road [SI Advance]: Demolition preparation has begun to remove two gas tanks on the 68-acre plot of land at 2691 Arthur Kill Road, in Rossville. Rampulla Associates Architects is designing an “outlet center with a public park,” which will include 366,000 square feet of retail space. A movie theater is also planned, and plans must gain government approval.

286 Ashland Place

286 Ashland Place [Brooklyn Daily Eagle]: Foundation work appears complete at 286 Ashland Place, in Fort Greene, where Two Trees Management is developing a 32-story, 379-unit mixed-use building. Ten Arquitectos is designing, and completion is expected in 2016.

Forsyth Street Plaza

Forsyth Street Plaza [Bowery Boogie]: Construction is set to begin on the 10,000 square-foot Forsyth Street Plaza, located on a vacant slice of land at the mouth of the Manhattan Bridge, in Chinatown. Completion is expected in the “spring of 2016.”


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