30 East 31st Street, NYCOwner/Developer:
Morris Adjmi ArchitectsFeatures:
The project consists of a new high-end 39-story residential condominium building with a total area of approximately 88,269 sf located in NoMad. There will be forty-one condos spread across the second through thirty-ninth floors with the average size of 1,714 sf each. Many of the apartments will have full-floor configurations and the penthouse will cover two floors. Residential amenities will be located on the ground, cellar and second levels.
221 West 29th Street, NYCOwner/Developer:
SK Development Group, CB Developers & Ironstate DevelopmentArchitect:
Goldstein, Hill & West Architects, LLPFeatures:
The project consists of a new residential building of 95 apartment units plus amenity areas, parking garage and building support areas such as lobby, lounge and utility storage housed in a total of 21 floors above grade and 2 subgrade levels. The 138,000 sf building resides in the northern limits of Chelsea, which is known for its vibrant nightlife and posh restaurants.
575 4th Avenue, Brooklyn, NYOwner/Developer:
Fischer + Makooi ArchitectsFeatures:
The Project consists of a new ground up luxury residential condominium project, with 11 stories above grade and 1 level below grade, with a total area of approximately 105,000 gsf located in Park Slope, Brooklyn. The first floor shall include commercial retail space and parking. Some apartments will have private balconies and two second story apartments will be duplexes. Large amenity spaces are located at the roof and at the second floor setback.
210 East 39th Street, NYCOwner/Developer:
SK Development Group & CB DevelopersArchitect:
Rawlings Architects, PCFeatures:
This 19 story, 57 unit 67,600 sf building sits in the heart of Murray Hill next to its sister project at 200 East 39th Street, also designed by GEA. The space will include 8,000 sf of office space on the ground level through 3rd floors and also has 10 residential units available at below market-rate rents through an affordable housing lottery. The embassy to the African nation of Lesotho will occupy a portion of the office space, which was also fitted out by GEA.
347 Bowery, NYCOwner/Developer:
The project consists of a 13 story, five-unit residential project located in the East Village. The structure measures 27,472 sf and rises 148 feet to the roof. There will be 8,439 sf of retail space from the cellar through to the second floor. The building includes both duplexes and triplexes.
4439 & 4511 Third Avenue, Bronx, NYOwner/Developer:
L+M Development Partners Inc.Architect:
These sister projects at 4439 and 4511 Third Avenue (also known as St. Barnabas Towers) are located in the Belmont section of the Bronx, and will top out at 11 and 12 stories. The new buildings will measure 294,207 square feet and 145,952 square feet, respectively. GEA is providing MEP/FP services for these two mixed-use buildings, located in the former parking lot of St. Barnabas Hospital. 95 of the 314 units will be set aside as supportive housing for the homeless and the other 219 units will go for below-market rates through the housing lottery. 4439 shall include three floors of retail and commercial space, including an ambulatory surgery center, a full cafeteria and a teaching center for homeless services.
7 & 8 Navy Pier Court, Staten Island, NYOwner/Developer:
Minno Wasko Architects and PlannersFeatures:
This 1,000,000 sq.ft. residential complex consists of a total of 8 (eight) multistory structures set over a continuous underground garage base. The building is also fitted with single and multistory retail spaces, fitness area, meeting rooms, lounge and exterior amenities such as an outdoor pool, green walkways and a courtyard.
West 35th Street and Dyer Avenue, New York, NYOwner/Developer:
Aufgang + Subotovsky Architecture and Planning, PLLCFeatures:
The project consists of two new luxury condominum towers with a commercial space on the first floor. The project will be approximately a total of 112,387 gsf.
88-90 Lexington Avenue, NYCOwner/Developer:
These two buildings will hold 119 units ranging from one to four bedrooms, plus penthouse and duplex townhouse units. The 19-story 88 Lexington will include 70 condos while 90 Lexington will include 49 condos. The work includes updating lobbies and amenity areas.
7 Harrison Street, New York, NYOwner/Developer:
Matrix Harrison, LLCArchitect:
The building is a luxury rental loft conversion of approximately 38,000 square foot. The existing 7-story masonry building is located in the Tribeca Mixed Use District/Tribeca West Historic District. The building will have a new all glass penthouse built with high efficiency HVAC systems, radiant floor heating and Japanese type landscape.