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  1. #31

    Default St. Teresa of Avila Senior Housing

    Project #15

    St. Teresa of Avila Senior Housing
    555 Saint John's Place
    9 stories 82 feet
    SLCE Architects
    Dev-Catholic Charities
    Senior Housing
    64 units 55,274 Sq. Ft.
    Completed 2004


    Monadanock Construction


    http://www.moncon.com/current.html

    ST. TERESA OF AVILA SENIOR HOUSING
    555 ST. John's Place, Brooklyn, NY.
    A new 64 unit 9 story apartment building for the elderly. This project is sponsored by the Catholic Charities of Brooklyn & Queens and HUD.


  2. #32

    Default Park Place Towers

    Projects #16 & 17

    Park Place Towers I
    222 Park Place
    4 stories 40 feeet
    Van Brody Architects
    222 Park Place Realty Corp./Dean Brody
    Residential Condominiums
    14 units 30,810 Sq. Ft. (Total)
    Completed 2004

    Park Place Towers II
    222 Park Place
    4 stories 40 feeet
    Van Brody Architects
    222 Park Place Realty Corp./Dean Brody
    Residential Condominiums
    14 units 30,810 Sq. Ft. (Total)
    Completed 2004



    Aguayo & Huebener Realty
    Park Place Towers


    http://www.ahrlty.com/222PP/222C.html

    2-BEDROOM 2-BATH
    SIMPLEX UNIT 2C
    rooms: 5
    bedrooms: 2
    bathrooms: 2
    property type: condo
    approx. sq. feet: 927
    price: $486,675
    maint/cc: $283

    Announcing an exciting new condominium in Prospect Heights! In a great location near shopping, transportation, restaurants, and cultural attractions! Fourteen units from 925 to 2488 square feet. Simplex, Duplex, and Penthouse units with outdoor space and on-site parking availablity. Features include stainless steel appliances, polished granite counter tops, cherry cabinets, central air conditioning, marble baths with jacuzzi, and hardwood floors. For typical floor plans of units in addition to the 2-Bedroom Simplex shown above, click on the unit descriptions below. For the particular unit you are interested in, the floor plan is available from an Aguayo & Huebener agent. Call today for floor plans and a private showing.

    • ELEVATOR BUILDING
    • QUALITY CONSTRUCTION
    • PARKING AVAILABLE
    • CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING
    • CABLE READY
    • SECURITY ALARM SYSTEM

    2+ Bedroom, 1.5-Bath Duplex
    from $565,722

    Townhouse Style Duplex
    2-Bedroom 1.5 Bath, Rec Room
    from $861,120

    Penthouse 2-Bedroom, 2-Bath
    Duplex from $734,475


    Quote Originally Posted by ltjbukem73
    went to two open houses today at prospect pl b/w grand and classon and on park place b/w flatbush and vanderbilt:
    http://ltjbukem.blogspot.com/2005/02...trends-in.html


    Links:
    http://www.brooklynproperties.com/co...ce.php?id=2844
    http://www.brooklynproperties.com/condo217.htm
    http://www.dailyheights.com/archives/park_pl/

  3. #33

    Default 804 Bergen Street

    Project #18

    804 Bergen Street
    4 stories 55 feet
    Scarano & Associates Architects
    Dev-MHN Equities Corp.
    Residential Condominium
    10 units 13,200 Sq. Ft.
    Proposed





    Scarano & Associates Architects
    804 Bergen Street


    http://scaranoarchitects.com/

    Long, narrow parcels are always a challenge when new construction is involved. Sculpting a building mass that floods the interiors with light and air and providing multiple elevation changes leads to a visual bridging between adjacent properties.


    The site is that tiny garage. Project #4 is the ug to the right.

    Links:
    http://www.dailyheights.com/forums/v...857ba0a92af02f

  4. #34
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    http://www.dailyheights.com/archives...what_temp.html

    April 15, 2005

    Guess What? Temple Tower Could Be 30 Stories After All

    (NOTE: All of the 'air rights' business below could be out of date. Still searching for updates but have not found any.)

    Interesting. You know that tall luxury condo that will be built on the Union Temple parking lot facing Grand Army Plaza? Now, a member of the Prospect Heights Parents List (Yahoo! Groups) say the developer is in trying to buying air rights from a few neighboring buildings. Successfully buying air rights would permit him build up to 30 stories. The plan would have to survive community approval and review, of course, but it could be done.

    So... the New York Times article may be "incorrect" for now, but that "30 stories" figure came from somewhere.

    ALSO:We found out that the Eastern Parkway block association has discussed the condo development with Council Person Letitia James. Summary:

    -Glass, white, curved to fit the street shape
    -Eastern Athletic's pool will lose (some of?) its grand view! (but will still receive light)
    -Meier building will be 150 feet, or slightly higher than Union Temple)

  5. #35

    Thumbs up

    Wow, 804 Bergen Street Project #18 is a cool design, Scarano is doing its thing.

  6. #36

    Thumbs up

    Quote Originally Posted by Gulcrapek
    -Glass, white, curved to fit the street shape
    This promises to be a great building, glass, white, and curved buildings are cool. Cool is the only word to define Meier when he's at his best.
    Last edited by NoyokA; June 22nd, 2008 at 09:19 PM.

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    You didn't have to remind me about those

  8. #38

    Default 392 St. Marks Avenue

    Project #19

    392 St. Marks Avenue
    5 stories 70 feet
    Scarano & Associates Architects
    Dev-D & W Management
    Residential
    24 units 27,125 Sq. Ft.
    Proposed


    Thread on dailyheights.com:
    http://www.dailyheights.com/forums/v...528e6b7ce4ff27

    Map:
    http://www.mapquest.com/maps/map.adp...te=ny&zipcode=


    Attractive building across the street from the site
    Last edited by Derek2k3; April 19th, 2005 at 12:51 PM.

  9. #39

    Thumbs up 957-959 Pacific Street

    Project #20

    957-959 Pacific Street
    4 stories 55 feet
    Hyun Kyung of Scarano & Associates Architects
    Dev-957 Pacific Street LLC
    Residential Condominiums
    10 units 12,616 Sq. Ft.
    Under Construction 2006








    Scarano & Associates Architects
    957-959 Pacific Street


    http://www.scaranoarchitects.com/

    New buildings are meant to enhance their context. Offsetting grey brick veneer against the different tones of stucco and aluminum creates a visually interesting composition. White stucco element wrapping around the building give it a sense of lightness, or "passing through". The vertical line of black stucco along the left side of the building ties together the various elements in the fa e. Punched round windows in the center give the viewer a visual break from the grid of the facade.


    http://www.mapquest.com/maps/map.adp...te=ny&zipcode=
    Map
    Last edited by Derek2k3; May 12th, 2005 at 10:18 PM.

  10. #40

    Default Brooklyn Atlantic Yards

    No need to compete with the other thread so just an overview of the initial project.

    Brooklyn Atlantic Yards
    Dev-Forest City Ratner

    TOTAL 7,671,418 s.f.
    Commercial 2,167,267 s.f.
    Residential 4,407,880 s.f.
    Retail 307,336 s.f.
    Arena 800,000 s.f.



    Projects #21-39

    Brooklyn Nets Arena
    Frank Gehry
    Dev-Forest City Ratner
    800,000 s.f.
    Proposed 2006-2008
















    Brooklyn Atlantic Yards Office Tower 1
    620 feet
    Dev-Forest City Ratner
    Commercial Office
    664,378 s.f.
    Proposed

    Brooklyn Atlantic Yards Office Tower 2
    440 feet
    Dev-Forest City Ratner
    Commercial Office
    553,127 s.f.
    Proposed

    Brooklyn Atlantic Yards Office Tower 3
    210 feet
    Dev-Forest City Ratner
    Commercial Office
    271,170 s.f.
    Proposed

    Brooklyn Atlantic Yards Office Tower 4
    500 feet
    Dev-Forest City Ratner
    Commercial Office
    678,592 s.f.
    Proposed

    Brooklyn Atlantic Yards Residential Tower A
    362 feet
    Dev-Forest City Ratner
    Residential
    599,616 s.f.
    Proposed

    Brooklyn Atlantic Yards Residential Tower B
    272 feet
    Dev-Forest City Ratner
    Residential
    397,440 s.f.
    Proposed

    Brooklyn Atlantic Yards Residential Tower C
    452 feet
    Dev-Forest City Ratner
    Residential
    660,960 s.f.
    Proposed

    Brooklyn Atlantic Yards Residential Tower D
    182 feet
    Dev-Forest City Ratner
    212,256 s.f.
    Residential
    Proposed

    Brooklyn Atlantic Yards Residential Tower E
    353 feet
    Dev-Forest City Ratner
    338,400 s.f.
    Residential
    Proposed

    Brooklyn Atlantic Yards Residential Tower F
    407 feet
    Dev-Forest City Ratner
    330,336 s.f.
    Residential
    Proposed

    Brooklyn Atlantic Yards Residential Tower G
    317 feet
    Dev-Forest City Ratner
    Residential
    399,168 s.f.
    Proposed

    Brooklyn Atlantic Yards Residential Tower H
    263 feet
    Dev-Forest City Ratner
    Residential
    267,120 s.f.
    Proposed

    Brooklyn Atlantic Yards Residential Tower I
    190 feet
    Dev-Forest City Ratner
    Residential
    236,592 s.f.
    Proposed

    Brooklyn Atlantic Yards Residential Tower J
    218 feet
    Dev-Forest City Ratner
    Residential
    242,928 s.f.
    Proposed

    Brooklyn Atlantic Yards Residential Tower K
    281 feet
    Dev-Forest City Ratner
    Residential
    286,704 s.f.
    Proposed

    Brooklyn Atlantic Yards Residential Tower L
    218 feet
    Dev-Forest City Ratner
    Residential
    274,320 s.f.
    Proposed

    Brooklyn Atlantic Yards Residential Tower M
    110 feet
    Dev-Forest City Ratner
    Residential
    161,040 s.f.
    Proposed
















    Links:
    www.bball.net/
    http://www.wirednewyork.com/forum/sh...2&page=1&pp=15
    http://newyorkmetro.com/nymetro/arts...eviews/n_9639/

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  12. #42

    Default new construction at pacific/underhill

    new residential at pacific/underhill. anyone have any ideas?
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  13. #43

    Default new info on the washington condos at 35 underhill

    here at this blog:
    http://ltjbukem.blogspot.com/2005/06....html#comments

    anyone else w/ news, please let us know.

  14. #44

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    ^A 3 story building that will probably look hideous.
    http://a810-bisweb.nyc.gov/bisweb/Jo...48D12433631AE6

    Project #5

    880 Bergen Street
    878-888 Bergen Street/467-475 St. Mark's Avenue
    14 stories 137 feet
    Nick Tsapatsaris & Associates
    Dev-467-475 St. Mark's Avenue LLC
    Residential
    120 units 111,080 Sq. Ft.
    Under Construction 2004-2006


    Quote Originally Posted by Gulcrapek
    880 Bergen Street 5/22 - this could pass for a 70s housing project.



    Project #13

    364 St. Marks Avenue
    364-366 St. Marks Avenue
    6 stories 61 feet
    Bricolage Designs
    Residential
    16 units 25,515 Sq. Ft.
    Under Construction 2004-2006


    Quote Originally Posted by Gulcrapek
    364 St Marks Avenue
    6 floors, 17 units
    61 ft
    Architect: Bricolage Designs

    Project #14
    735 Dean Street
    4 stories 50 feet
    Mark Gould Architect
    Dev-Technic Realty
    Residential
    7 units 5,951 Sq. Ft.
    Under Construction 2004-2006


    Quote Originally Posted by Gulcrapek
    735 Dean Street - addition
    4 floors, 7 units
    50 ft
    Renovation architect: Mark Gould

    Last edited by Derek2k3; November 5th, 2005 at 07:32 PM.

  15. #45

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    what's the status on the actual tower, I walked by the area yesterday, and the lot in the area is huge hole in the area, that has the potential to really be beautiful. Makes you wonder why real-estate developers werent after that lot before...

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