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

https://www.dezeen.com/2019/05/22/oda-unveils-towering-jewish-school-and-community-centre-in-brooklyns-crown-heights/#/

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Vital Brooklyn’s Myrtle Terrace designed by Marvel architects


via https://www.facebook.com/MarvelArch/

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not sure if there is a thread for this, in DUMBO

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There is a thread for this one:

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Construction Update: 145 Central Park North

Credit: FC

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westside highway

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Yesterday

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https://www.archdaily.com/920408/195-clarkson-ab-architekten

https://www.archdaily.com/920371/100-steuben-street-ab-architekten

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Webster Ave

image via https://www.instagram.com/cookfox/

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I look forward to the day when the majority of the Long Island East River waterfront is parkland/public ingress. It seems nearer by the day.

“We believe there is an amazing opportunity to build another world-class, sustainable waterfront park” on the Con Ed site, Two Trees said in its invitation. “As an integral component of the site’s redevelopment, this new park would connect existing parks and take a giant step towards creating a contiguous waterfront park that extends from the Navy Yard to Newtown Creek.”

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new condos on chrystie street by thomas juul hansen

image via https://www.instagram.com/thomasjuulhansen/

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wealthy NIMBYs buy air rights to block development. If they’re willing to go this far, good for them. It’s an investment. It won’t solve the housing crisis, though I doubt Extell would build anything affordable either way.

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kinda sad that they’d rather spend 11 million bucks on saving their view that some other cause…

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460 West 34th Street. I hope this turns out well and it doesn’t lose its character.

https://slgreen.com/properties/460-west-34th-street

the streetscape looks good at least.

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I’m confused. Are they getting rid of the setbacks?

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no, the setbacks are still there but it appears they won’t be replicating the decorative turrets (or whatever you might call them)

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Speaking of this area, does anyone know if this disgusting eyesore at 757-769 Broadway is rent-regulated, and, therefore, untouchable? This huge plot warrants something much nicer.

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