The top 10 biggest real estate projects coming to NYC A 24-story mixed use building in Jamaica topped February’s list
Clockwise from left: A previous rendering of 52-41 Center Boulevard 147-07 94th Avenue and 1441 South Avenue (Credit: ODA and CetraRuddy)
Solomon Feder doubled up on major New York projects last month.
The Velocity Framers developer had two projects on February’s list of the top 10 buildings coming to New York City: a 286-unit residential building he has planned for Downtown Brooklyn and a 158-unit residential building slated for Long Island City.
The largest project plans filed in February were for a 522-unit mixed-use project in Jamaica at 147-07 94th Avenue, while other notable projects included a new Coney Island Hospital building and a new hotel in Chelsea. Overall, the list was split between four projects in Brooklyn, three projects in Queens, two projects in Manhattan and one project on Staten Island.
The full list of February’s top 10 biggest real estate projects is below:
1147-07 94th AvenueJamaica, QueensArtimus Construction, Phoenix Realty522427537GF55 Architects
41441 South AvenueWillowbrook, Staten IslandNicotra Group0222272Desman Design Management
5260 Gold StreetDumbo, BrooklynSolomon Feder286190836J Frankl C Mallea Y Stern Associates Architects Engineers
6113 West 24th StreetChelsea, ManhattanLam Generation360129737Stonehill Taylor Architects
745-57 Davis StreetLong Island City, QueensSolomon Feder158106824J Frankl C Mallea Y Stern Associates Architects Engineers
8314 West 127th StreetWest Harlem, ManhattanColumbia University11796896EQ Architecture Design
9159 BroadwayWilliamsburg, BrooklynCornell Realty Management2195562Stonehill Taylor Architects
Source: TRData analysis of NYC Dept. of Finance records for new building (“NB”) applications for permits pre-filed in February 2018.
1) 147-07 94th Avenue, Queens
Artimus Construction’s 24-story, 522-unit mixed use development coming to Jamaica topped February’s list of largest projects on their way to New York City. The project will span 427,537 square feet, split between 16,133 square feet of commercial space and 411,404 square feet of residential space, and GF55 Architects is designing it. Artimus acquired the ground lease for the property with Phoenix Realty Group in October 2016 in a deal that valued the property at $34 million.
2) 52-41 Center Boulevard, Queens
Queens took the number two spot as well thanks to TF Cornerstone filing permits for the company’s second building at 52-41 Center Boulevard. This part of the Hunters Point South complex will stand 46 stories tall and contain 394 residential units across about 374,000 square feet. The project will include roughly 8,000 square feet of community space and 850 square feet of commercial space as well. The site will also include a 56-story, 800-unit building that TF Cornerstone filed plans for in October.
3) 2619 Ocean Parkway, Brooklyn
Brooklyn’s first spot on the list comes courtesy of a new building on its way to the Con[……]