A warehouse on the corner of Quay and West streets will get a six-story residential addition. The Cayuga-developed property will have a mix of studios to three-bedroom apartments, as well as five townhouses in the original structure. Construction will likely begin next year.
This stalled development may never come to be, but if it does, it will bring 44 condos to the WNYC Transmitter Park-adjacent lot. The project was issued permits for the Karl Fischer-designed building in July 2013, but they were revoked in February.
Private equity firm Quadrum Global picked up this lot at the corner of West and Huron streets for $45.5 million in August 2014. The site which is currently occupied by an industrial building can accommodate a residential building up to 430,000-square-feet.
Arguably the most transformative of developments planned for the neighborhood, the massive Greenpoint Landing will bring 10 buildings and 5,000 apartments to the East River waterfront. First permits for the mega-development were filed in March for two affordable buildings at 21 Commercial Street and 33 Eagle Street. The development will eventually bring some 1,400 affordable apartments to the area, as well as a 640-seat school, retail space, and parkland to the area.
This aptly boxy addition to Box Street is compliments of Isaac & Stern. The six-story building will bring 50 apartments, bike parking, and rooftop amenity space to the short street.