Demolition permits have been filed for two buildings at 10-14 West 57th Street and 20 West 57th Street in Midtown, Manhattan. Located between 5th Avenue and 6th Avenue, the sites are steps away from the 57th Street subway station, serviced by the F train. Anthony Calicchio of Solow Realty & Development Group is listed as the owner behind the applications. Solow Realty has been methodically purchasing parcels on West 57th Street, including 7, 10-14, 16, 20-22; all near their quintessential office property—9 West 57th Street.
After more than a year of mudslinging and name-calling, it seems Related Companies and the Building and Construction Trades Council have returned to the negotiating table. In the past two weeks, BCTC president Gary LaBarbera and Related president Bruce Beal Jr. have met at least twice to discuss their ongoing dispute over labor at Hudson Yards. A memo provided to The Real Deal that was sent out by the president of the North America’s Building […]
Permits have been filed for a two-story residential building at 2733 East 27th Street in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn. Located between Voorhies Avenue and Shore Parkway, the interior lot is less than a mile east from the Sheepshead Bay subway station, serviced by the B and Q trains. Oscar Kitsis under the Dupont Management LLC is listed as the owner behind the applications.
Image via Flickr Many New Yorkers are looking forward to a long weekend, but it won’t be without its fair share of service changes. On Monday, MTA services will operate on special schedules, with Metro-North and the LIRR offering off-peak fares throughout the day. The worse news is that subways and buses will be on a Saturday schedule, meaning that many of the planned service interruptions listed below will extend into Monday, and in some cases, even Tuesday. Over the weekend 1 trains skip 168 Street in both directions. Uptown 4 trains run express from Brooklyn Bridge to 14 Street-Union Square in Manhattan. Manhattan-bound 4 trains […]
Faced with high land prices, developers are reconsidering weirdly shaped lots passed over for years. But how long will these cheap sites stay that way?