There’s a new kid on the block — and The Post has an exclusive first look inside. Leasing launches in April at 2222 Jackson, which rises 11 stories above Long Island City with an ultra-mod design by renowned firm ODA Architecture. Sporting a cool boxy facade outside — with 175 apartments from studios to three-bedrooms within — rental prices will...
Dumbo, a stylish sweep of converted warehouses along Brooklyn's waterfront, appears to be having a so-so year.
After consistently ranking as the borough's priciest neighborhood, its fortunes slipped in 2019 as high-end real estate struggled. The median sale price on its cobblestone streets was a little more than $1.6 million last year, down 20% from 2018, according to PropertyShark. That...
Clinton Hill tower receives construction financing
Morris Adjmi Architects’ 29-story residential tower may soon start to rise at 550 Clinton Ave. in Clinton Hill after developer Hope Street Capital’s procurement of $180 million in construction financing, according to New York YIMBY. The building will eventually include 284 apartments and about 60,000 square feet of retail. While construction has slowed, excavation at...
Morris Adjmi Architects’s 29-story residential tower may soon go vertical at 550 Clinton Avenue in Clinton HillWhile the Landmarks Preservation Commission expressed concern regarding the development’s effect on the historic church, the commission eventually approved Morris Adjmi’s revised design on the condition that Hope Street Capital fund repairs to the aging landmark. This includes a partial replacement of the iconic...
If pool access is on your list of must-haves as you shop for a NYC apartment, it might be easier than you think to get what you want. If you're after a luxury pool with city views you're more likely to find that in Manhattan or Brooklyn—but listings in the Bronx give the most affordable access to private swimming pools...
With sales expected to launch this Spring, new renderings and a teaser site are now live for 98 Front Street, one of the latest ground-up condominium developments in DUMBO, Brooklyn. Designed by ODA, a New York-based architecture studio, the building’s cubic structure resembles a game of Tetris and playfully incorporates a number of private outdoor terraces. The building will contain...
Of course, no tour can compensate for a building with fundamental flaws like poor design or an unappealing location, according to Sha Dinour, partner at Hope Street Capital. The developer’s 38-unit Boerum Hill condo project, the Hendrik, is using VR for sales (with pricing from $1.1 million for a one-bedroom to $4.6 million for a four-bedroom).
“It’s a tool in our...
Developer Jeffrey Gershon has closed on his $60 million purchase of the Jehovah’s Witnesses building at 74 Adams Street, one of the religious group’s last remaining parcels in Dumbo.
The site holds a one-story garage and allows for the construction of about 200,000 square feet of retail and residential space. Gershon’s Hope Street Capital secured about $100 million in financing for...
The Hendrik is nearing completion, and today YIMBY has an update on the project, at 509 Pacific Street, in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn, thanks to Tectonic. The building is a large development, with 33 condominiums designed for families who love townhouses and modern amenities. Scaffolding on Atlantic Avenue and Pacific Street still remains and sheds along the sidewalk obscure vision of...
One of the most enticing amenities for residents buying or renting an apartment in a big city is outdoor space, yet in far too many cases the balconies hung off of buildings are too shallow to be of much use. Such is definitely not the case with ODA's new rental apartment building at 2222 Jackson Avenue in Long Island City...
You may want to take a look at Brooklyn’s most charming new development in Boerum Hill-a neighborhood fast becoming the buzz of Brooklyn real estate. Hopestreet’s the Hendrik, the fruit of a collaboration with Beyer Blinder Belle Architects and Planners, is a six story, 33 unit building featuring two to four bedroom condos in the close-knit community in the midst...
Luring buyers with deep pockets means pulling out all the stops for pricey condos.
With fewer and fewer buyers willing to fork out tens of millions for New York apartments, developers are searching the world over for materials no one else has. In an effort to lure well-heeled buyers, developers are going to forests in Austria, the south of France...
Many would argue that Brooklyn has been the borough of choice, real estate-wise, for the past several years. And Brooklyn love doesn't seem to be waning, at least for developers, many of whom have come in droves claiming empty lots, warehouses, and buildings and turning them into blockbuster properties. Here is a selection of new condo and rental developments and...
Prospect Place between New York and Brooklyn Avenues is set to receive a new apartment building, but not before at least one more meeting of the Landmarks Preservation Commission. At its session last Tuesday, the LPC did not approve the proposed four-story plus penthouse structure at 906 Prospect Place. That’s in the Crown Heights North Historic District II. At issue...
One of the most exciting projects in Long Island City is 22-22 Jackson Avenue, an ODA-designed building across the street from the 5Pointz redevelopment and MoMA PS1. At 22-22 Jackson, the architectural practice led by Eran Chen has designed one of his boxiest projects to date. It features 11 stories dominated by a hard and industrial-style cast concrete façade, distinguished...
BROOKLYN — The BigAppleRx prescription discount card has saved Brooklyn residents $904,000 since it was launched last May. The free card — sponsored by the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) and managed by HealthTrans — is available to everyone living in, working in, or visiting New York City, regardless of age, income, citizenship or health...