Large-scale residential projects dominate September NYC building filings

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New York YIMBY posted this image of a rendering of 260 South St. from 2016 by Handel Architects, saying it is unclear if the design has changed significantly since then

The 10 largest New York City building plans (ranked by square feet) filed in September were multifamily developments.

The Real Deal reports that Brooklyn had four of the largest projects, followed by the Bronx with three, Manhattan with two and Queens with one.

The largest project in terms of the number of proposed units is in Manhattan, where Two Bridges Associates is preparing to construct a 73-story complex at 261 South Street in Two Bridges. (Two Bridges is a joint venture of CIM Group and L+M Development Partners.) There will be two towers, connected by a 14,500 sq. ft. community area. Handel Architects is listed as the architect of record.

Another four of the largest projects are:

11 Ocean Parkway, Brooklyn
JEMB Realty plans a 13-story mixed-use building on the edge of Windsor Terrace. The project will include 375 residences, and about 4,200 sq. ft. of community and 4,400 sq. ft. of commercial space in the 396,000 sq. ft. development. FXCollaborative Architects is the architect of record.

15 Hanover Place, Brooklyn
Lonicera Partners plans to build a 34-story, 300,000 sq. ft. mixed use building in downtown Brooklyn, with 314 residences and about 12,000 sq. ft. of commercial space.  Fogarty Finger is the architect of record.

737 Fourth Avenue, Brooklyn
BEB Capital will construct a 14-story mixed-use building in Sunset Park. The proposed 188,000-sq. ft. building will have 5,400 sq. ft. of commercial and 750 sq. ft. of community space. Dencityworks Architecture is listed as the architect of record.

585-03 68th Road, Queens
Prosper Property Group is preparing for  a seven-story mixed-use building in Rego Park. The proposed 150,000-sq. ft. building would have 133 residential units and 650-sq. ft. of commercial space. Gerald Caliendo Architects is the architect of record.


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