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Over the past few months, only construction projects deemed essential could take place while New York City was all but shut down to contain the spread of COVID-19. However, as the city is engaged in Phase One of the four-part reopening plan, construction has roared back to life. New health and safety protocols are in place at the job sites, but work is back underway and, consequently, bringing new life to the transportation sector as well. Below, see some of the projects where we are most excited to have construction resume.

Developer: Volvi Hirsch/1169 Hoe LLC | Design by S. Wieder Architect
Rental | 7 stories | 25 units
Completion estimated for 2021

1169 Hote Avenue - Bronx Development Credit: S. Weider Architect PC

Developer: Arik Bar-Chaim | Design by Saleh & Associates
Condo | 4 stories | 14 units
Completion estimated for 2021

via B2 COde Consultants
In East Williamsburg, a pair of seven-unit buildings are going up at 79-81 Powers Street between Lorimer and Leonard Streets. The design by Saleh & Associates looks promising with its large windows and timber-finished upper stories. The site is a short walk from the Lorimer Street subway station, serviced by the L and G trains.

Developer: Bruchy Lefkowitz | Design by J Frankl Associates
Rental | 9 stories | 90 units
Completion estimated for 2022


Developed by Rogers Realty Holdings LLC | Design by C. Stern Design
Condo | 7 stories | 32 units
Completion estimated for 2020

933-937-Rogers-Avenue-01 Rendering via C. Stern Design
A pair of twin residential buildings is taking shape in the Flatbush section of Brooklyn. A rendering shows a tasteful homage to industrial architecture of yesteryear with a red brick facade and oversized casement windows. Several apartments have private balconies, and all residents will have access to a roof deck, lounge, and central laundry room. Car and bike parking will also be available, but the projects is up the street from the Beverly Road 2/5 subway station.

Developed by Rabsky Group | Design by Fischer Rasmussen Whitefield Architects
Condo | 9 stories | 78 units
Completion estimated for 2020

948-Myrtle-Avenue-01 Rendering of 948 Myrtle Avenue via Fischer Rasmussen Whitefield Architects
In the heart of Bedford-Stuyvesant, a new condominium designed by Fischer Rasmussen Whitefield Architects (formerly Karl Fischer Architects) has risen on the former site of a Key Food supermarket. Renderings show oversized windows throughout the building and sporadically places private balconies. Residential amenities will include storage, a bike room, a lounge, and a roof deck. As of this writing, an offering plan with an $83.68 million sellout is under review.

Developed by Parkview Management Inc. | Design by Fischer Rasmussen Whitefield Architects
Condo | 7 stories | 41 units
Completion estimated for 2020

25-Bartlett-Street-01 Rendering via Fischer Rasmussen Whitefield Architects
A new condominium is on the rise on Pfizer's former site in the southern section of Williamsburg. Renderings show a tasteful brick building with private balconies for select units and oversized windows throughout. The building will have commercial space at grade level, and amenities will include a bike room, a roof terrace, and 15 parking places. An offering plan with a $34 million sellout was submitted last summer.

Developed by 19th Avenue Properties LLC | Design by Fischer Rasmussen Whitefield Architects
Condo | 9 stories | 163 units
Completion estimated for 2020

886-Dahill-Road-01 Rendering via Fischer Rasmussen Whitefield Architects
Following the purchase of this property in July 2016, The Real Deal reported on the challenges faced by the developers: The property required a specific distribution of one- through five-bedroom units, and a minimum size of 700 square feet was set for one-bedrooms. Years later, construction is underway and an offering plan with a $181.73 million sellout price is currently under review. Several units have private balconies, and amenities include a bike room, a roof deck, and attended accessory parking at cellar level.

Developed by Jade Century Properties | Design by Architects Studio PC
Condo | 5 stories | 61 units
Completion estimated for 2020

14-33-31st-Avenue-01 Rendering of Astoria 31 via Jade Century Properties
Astoria 31 is a new five-story condominium that will house 64 one- to two-bedroom units. Several apartments will have private terraces or balconies, and all residents will have access to a spacious courtyard and shared roof deck. Construction has topped out, and an offering plan is under review.

Developed by 159 NYC LLC | Design by ARC Architecture + Design Studio
Condo | 6 stories | 12 units
Completion estimated for 2022

159-East-118th-Street-01 Rendering via ARC Architecture + Design Studio
A few blocks north of the 116th Street 6 subway stop, a sleek, skinny new building is taking shape. Renderings show that several units will have private balconies, and that the building will be topped with a shared landscaped roof deck. Additional amenities will include a bike room and storage.

Developed by 83-15 Parsons LLC | Design by ARC Architecture + Design Studio
Rental | 4 stories | 33 units
Completion estimated for 2022

83-15-Parsons-Boulevard-01 Rendering of 83-15 Parsons Boulevard via ARC Architecture + Design Studio
The Jamaica section of Queens has seen a spate of high-rise development in recent years, but the four-story 83-15 Parsons Boulevard bucks that trend. However, residents will still enjoy incredible natural light through oversized windows, private balconies in select units, storage space, a laundry room, a lounge, and a roof deck. The new building will also house new retail space, a new community facility, and 22 parking places.

Developed by Infinity Properties LLC | Design by ARC Architecture + Design Studio
Condo | 8 stories | 21 units
Completion estimated for 2022

906-Bergen-Street-01 Rendering of 906 Bergen Street via Loopnet
A short walk from the Franklin Avenue A/C/S subway stop, plans have been approved for an 8-story, 21-unit condominium in Crown Heights. The new building will comprise 17 1-bed/1-bath units, one 2-bed/1-bath unit, two 1-bed/2-bath duplex units, and one 2-bed/2-bath duplex unit. Amenities will include a roof deck and eighth-floor lounge.

Developed by The Avenir GP LLC | Design by Marchetto Higgins Stieve
Rental | 13 stories | 486 units
Completion estimated for 2020

Credit: MHS Architects
An enormous new development is in the works several blocks up the street from Jersey City’s Journal Square PATH station. According to local design powerhouse Marchetto Higgins Stieve, the 13-story West Side Square will contain 486 residential units, 285 parking places, and 15,000 square feet of retail space. A rendering also shows public outdoor space on a car-free street outside the building.

Developed by Jade Century Properties | Design by Architects Studio PC
Rental | 21 stories | 261 units
Completion estimated for 2022

98-4-63rd-Road-01 Rego 98 via Jade Century Properties/Architects Studio
Rego 98 is a new multifamily high-rise taking shape in a part of Queens best known for its single-family homes and mid-rise residential buildings. The 261 units in the 21-story building will range from studios to two-beds, and residents will have access to indoor and outdoor amenities alike, including rooftop space. The site is up the street from the 63rd Street-Rego Park M/R subway stop and close to local supermarkets, restaurants, and services.

Developed by Yuval Golan | Design by Afshari PC
Condo | 7 stories | 12 units
Completion estimated for 2022

532-Clinton-Avenue-01 Rendering via The Corcoran Group / Arc Architecture and Design Studio
When this Clinton Hill lot was sold, it came with approved Department of Buildings plans for a 7-story, 12-unit building. The planned building will contain 10 3-bed/2.5 bath units and two 2-bed/2-bath units, not to mention a bike room and shared outdoor space. Demolition permits for the townhouse previously on-site were filed in March 2018, and work on the new project is underway.

Developed by Bolivar Development | Design by GF55 Architects
Rental | 12 stories | 178 units
Completion estimated for 2021

1998-Second-Avenue-01 Rendering via GF55 Architects
Real estate loans experienced a sharp decline after New York closed down to contain the spread of coronavirus, but that didn’t stop developer Peter Fine: In May 2020, his firm secured a $70 million construction loan for a new project at 1998 Second Avenue, which lies along the path of the next phase of the Second Avenue subway. According to permits filed last fall, amenities at the new building will include a bike room, laundry room, mail room, storage, lounge, and roof deck. Completion is estimated for the first quarter of 2021, and residents are expected to move in next fall.

Developed by NY EZ Property Holdings LLC | Design by Architects Studio PC
Rental | 14 stories | 77 units
Completion estimated for 2022

35-22-Parsons-Boulevard-141-61-Northern-Boulevard-01 Rendering via Architects Studio PC
Renderings have been revealed for a new 14-story building mixed-use, multifamily building in the heart of Flushing. It will have a cellar-level food court, first-floor retail space, and a community facility on the second through third floors. Apartments will start on the third floor, featuring floor-to-ceiling windows throughout and, for some lucky residents, private balconies or terraces.

Developed by 4th Street Developments LLC | Design by JFA
Rental | 7 stories | 99 units
Completion estimated for 2022

26-30-4th-Street-01 Rendering via JFA
A short distance from Astoria Park, a new development comprises two low-rise residential towers connected by a shared inner courtyard and reached via a sleek entryway. Additional residential amenities will include package rooms, bike rooms, a recreation room, a central laundry room, a roof deck, and 50 parking places. As the rendering shows, select units have private balconies.

29 Jay Street

Developed by NY EZ Property Holdings LLC | Design by Marvel Architects
Commercial | 11 stories | 225,000
Completion estimated for 2020

29-Jay-Street-01 Rendering via Marvel Architects
Located in the DUMBO Historic District, a new commercial building seeks to combine the area’s industrial history with contemporary design. To that end, Marvel Architects has employed a long span steel structural frame, a simple but attenuated facade, and a faceted glass fiber reinforced concrete skin. The building creates a gateway into Brooklyn Bridge Park and promises spectacular views of Manhattan and Brooklyn.

67 Taaffe Place

Design by Yossi G.
Commercial | 9 stories | 225,000
Completion estimated for 2022

67-Taaffe-Place-01 Rendering via Yossi G.
Located just outside Brooklyn Navy Yard, designer Yossi G. has released the first look at a new commercial building. The exterior rendering shows a sleek, modern building with oversized windows, a setback that allows for a fifth-floor outdoor terrace, and a landscaped roof deck. Interiors show sleek office space, a contemporary kitchen, and high-end baths.

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