The Stoler Report - Affordable Housing

We love being part of  positive change in the community and are extremely passionate about the Affordable Housing sector.  Check out what Ariel has to say during their discussion on the Stoler Report 

 

 

The top 10 biggest real estate projects coming to NYC

The largest project is from L+M Development on Exterior Street in the South Bronx

 

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NYC’s architects re-angle

With project costs through the roof and more developers looking to the outer boroughs, TRD ranked the most prolific firms citywide

 

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Wanted: The Oddest Lots

In New York, one of the most expensive cities for new development, there are acres of vacant land on irregular lots considered too narrow, too shallow or too onerous to build on. Like the offal left after the prime cuts of meat, they are the odds and ends that take the most skill to manipulate.

 

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Proposed Affordable Housing Development in Westchester Square Receives Strong Support from Local Community

Back in October 2018, YIMBY revealed a batch of fresh renderings and site plans for a proposed affordable housing development in the Westchester Square community of The Bronx. Today, the project is expected to move forward as intended following strong support from neighborhood residents, small business owners, and local union members.

 

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Permits Filed for 267 West 126th Street in Harlem, Manhattan

Permits have been filed for a seven-story mixed-use building at 267 West 126th Street in Harlem, Manhattan. Located between Adam Clayton Powell Jr Boulevard and Frederick Douglass Boulevard, the interior lot is one block east of the 125th Street subway station, serviced by the A, B, C, and D trains. New York City’s Housing Preservation and Development agency is listed as the owner behind the applications. 

 

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Camber Property Group Closes on $65 Million in Construction Financing for 100% Affordable Housing Project in Harlem

The Harlem project is a joint venture between Camber and non-profit partner Harlem Congregations for Community Improvement

 

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Here’s the next big project coming to the South Bronx

Vertical Community Development, Sioni Group are putting up a two-tower project on East 149th Street

 

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Meet the architects bringing NYC’s biggest 2018 projects to life

In a new analysis, TRD has compiled a list of the top architecture firms of 2018....

 

 

 

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What was the best decision that you made in 2018 and how did it impact your business?

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Hakimian Org buys Queens dev site with plans for 400-unit rental

Company has purchased site in Woodside with about 300K buildable sf

 

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New NYC apartments for rent: Fall 2018

From megaprojects to affordable apartments, these are the major rental projects to keep an eye on this fall

 

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Harlem Renaissance: Marriott brand moves in above historic theater

Just a few doors down from Harlem’s renowned Apollo Theater resides another theater that never quite rose to such fame, but still made its mark. The recently restored space may have its second shot at stardom, however, now that it’s home to a major hotel brand, among the first in the area.

 

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Central Harlem’s new residential development surge, mapped

Get a look at the new rental and condo developments that are taking shape in Central Harlem and Hamilton Heights

 

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Billion Dollar Development Project Brings Affordable Units, Cultural Space to Brownsville

A billion dollar development is headed for Brownsville, bringing an arts center and nearly 900 affordable housing units across three buildings to the neighborhood, to be built on city-owned sites.

 

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FIRM FOCUSES ON COMMERCIAL, RESIDENTIAL AND MIXED-USE DESIGN PROJECTS

 

Aufgang, principal of Aufgang Architects LLC: Leads his firm’s continued success in design...

 

 

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In Dumbo, Jehovah’s Witnesses warehouse replaced by pricey rentals

Apartments at the 12-story rental are asking from $3,277/month

 

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Improving Accessibility Through Technology

Architect Ariel Aufgang revealed how technology can improve home accessibility and why regularly updated regulations could help reduce costs for developers building such projects

 

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Building design innovations are needed to mitigate hurricane damage to properties

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Innovative Design Converges with Technology as Architects Enhance Residential Accessibility

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Permits Filed for 1164 River Avenue, Concourse, The Bronx

The 181-foot tall structure will yield 340,000 square feet, with 186,600 square feet dedicated to residential use, and 87,730 square feet for commercial use on the first and second floors

 

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Aufgang Architects-designed 210-room Marriott Hotel rises above Victoria Theater

HARLEM, NY--When completed next year, the Marriott Hotel now rising above Harlem’s historic Victoria Theater will accelerate the economic revitalization of central Harlem’s main commercial corridor on West 125th St.

 

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Aufgang Architects has broken ground on a historic preservation and adaptive re-use project that comprises a 27-story, 210-room glass-façade Marriott hotel above the historic Victoria Theater

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Harlem's Future Tallest Building Finally Gets Out of the Ground; See New Images

The curtain is finally rising on the long-planned redevelopment of Harlem's Victoria Theater. A recent visit to the construction site at 233 West 125th Street, which partially touches the Apollo Theater, reveals that the 28-story endeavor has reached street level. The $200 million project is being led forward by the Lam Group, Exact Capital, and Danforth Development Partners. The Empire State Development Corporation (ESD) is also helping fund the venture.

 

 

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Verticality Imminent for Victoria Theater Redevelopment at 233 West 125th Street, Harlem - New York YIMBY

The gradual redevelopment of Harlem’s 125th Street corridor isn’t showing any signs of slowing down. Construction is starting to rise above ground level for a 26-story hotel and 25-story residential tower at 233 West 125th Street. The project is best known for its connection with the Victoria Theater, which will be restored and integrated with the Marriott. The Lam Group is the developer.

 

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Live across from the historic Woodlawn Cemetery in the Bronx, from $519/month

 The development, which sits across from the sprawling Woodlawn Cemetery in the Bronx, was designed by Aufgang Architects and was chosen as the 2016 Project of the Year by the New York Association for Affordable Housing.

 

 

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Peninsula Hospital Redevelopment

Today, YIMBY has the first look at plans for 2,200 new units proposed for the former Peninsula Hospital site, in Edgemere, Queens.

 

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Suffern's transit-oriented revival attracts investors

SUFFERN - The village's downtown revitalization in the form of transit-oriented development has been talked about among local officials and developers for more than a decade. 

 

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Live in a new mixed-use building in the Bronx’s Mount Hope neighborhood from $368/month

A housing lottery launched this week for 105 mixed-income units at a newly constructed building in the Mount Hope neighborhood of the Bronx. Designed by Aufgang Architects, the more than 110,000-square-foot complex at 2028 Creston Avenue features 114 residential units and space for retail and community activities

 

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Soon to be largest deliberately demolished tower ever, 270 Park Avenue proposal faces backlash

Plans to replace JPMorgan Chase’s current headquarters at 270 Park Avenue with a much taller tower at the same site is facing opposition from architecture and preservation buffs, shortly after the proposal was announced.

 

 

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Empty Harlem lot will transform into 136 apartments for seniors

The apartments will be part of a nine-story building that will rise just south of Marcus Garvey Park

 

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7-story mixed-use building will rise in a manufacturing-heavy part of Long Island City

Two buildings will be knocked down in Long Island City to make way for a seven-story, mixed-use structure.

 

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5-building Webster Commons hits housing lottery

It’s owned by the NYC Housing Partnership, designed by Aufgang Architects and built by Joy Construction Corporation.

 

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The top 10 biggest real estate projects coming to NYC

An entity called 37-21 30th Street Corp. filed plans for this mixed-use building in Astoria that would span 135,378 square feet, split between 133,452 square feet of residential space and about 11,000 square feet each of manufacturing and commercial space. Aufgang Architects was tapped to design the building, which would contain 199 residential units and stand 75 feet tall.

 

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AUFGANG ARCHITECTS ON TOP TEN LIST OF MOST PROLIFIC ARCHITECTS IN NYC OVER PAST SIX YEARS

 

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New Mixed-Use Building Coming to Fort Greene & New Condos Slated For Clinton Hill

Designed by Aufgang Architects, the 328,000-square-foot building will feature 363 rental apartments, 73 of which will be affordable units, according the architects’ website. The residences will range in size from studios to two-bedrooms

 

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First Look at Bushwick’s New DeKalb Ave Development

BUSHWICK – Yet another massive new apartment building is coming to Bushwick, as renderings were revealed for 1601 Bushwick, a rental development from the Camber Property Group.

 

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Permits Filed for 894 Fountain Avenue, East New York, Brooklyn

New permits have been filed for a mixed-use building at 894 Fountain Street, in East New York, Brooklyn. The extant multi-building complex is owned by the State of New York and was previously the home of the Brooklyn Developmental Center.

 

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Azimuth Development plans 30-unit building in Harlem

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NYC Real Estate Experts Offer Their 2018 Predictions

Our robust affordable housing design activity is continuing in 2018. We have considerable design work on the boards, affordable as well as market rate and luxury. In 2018, affordable housing projects will be getting bigger. Our work underway includes a number of very large affordable projects, such as three in the Bronx and Brooklyn totaling 600 units. These involve our urban planning team as well as architectural design ...

 

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Meet the architects bringing NYC’s biggest 2017 projects to life

Aufgang Architects | Number of projects: 15 | Total sf: 1.5 million

 

 

Aufgang’s largest project this year was 1755 Watson Avenue, a 283,346-square- foot mixed-use building in the Bronx. A majority of the space — nearly 256,000 square feet — is slated for residential use. Roughly 16,600 square feet will be set aside for retail and commercial use on the ground floor, according to documents filed with the DOB. Azimuth Development Group filed plans for the project in mid-December. According to New York YIMBY, the site was rezoned to allow for a larger project. Aufgang didn’t make ‘s 2016 ranking. A majority of its projects this year are planned for Brooklyn and the Bronx.

 

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Harlem Baptist Church To Become 30-Unit Apartment Building

The new development will rise 125-feet-tall on the site of the Second Providence Baptist Church in Central Harlem.

 

 

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9-story building to grace Bronx Pentecostal Deliverance site

Permits have been filed for a 312,880-square-foot mixed-use building at 1755 Watson Avenue in Soundview.

 

The project was made possible after the site was rezoned from R5 to R7A. R5 zoning allows for a Floor Area Ratio of only 1.25, which would typically produce a three- or four-story attached house, according to New York YIMBY.

 

 

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Permits Filed for 40 Debevoise Street, Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Back in July of 2015, YIMBY reported on initial new building applications for 40 Debevoise Street, in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Now, new permits have been pulled, indicating the site will grow substantially larger than first reported, with its height increasing from four floors to eight, and the total square footage roughly doubling.

 

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Focus on affordable housing brings architects rewards

My colleagues and I are very proud of our long track record designing affordable housing for New Yorkers. We recently began construction on Concourse Village West, a 265-unit affordable project, part of a three-site affordable housing development in the Fleetwood – Concourse Village neighborhood of the Bronx.

 

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CONCORD VILLAGE WEST DESIGNED BY AUFGANG ARCHITECTS WILL RISE AT 702 GRAND CONCOURSE IN THE BRONX NY YIMBY

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RENDERINGS REVEALED FOR 702 GRAND CONCOURSE, SOUTH BRONX

PRESS RELEASE: FOCUS ON AFFORDABLE HOUSING BRINGS ARCHITECTS EMOTIONAL REWARDS

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Epic’s Upper East Side opportunity

EPIC Commercial Realty has been retained to sell 331-337 East 82nd Street, four adjacent vacant townhouses on the Upper East Side.

 

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Harlem's decade-long Victoria Theater redevelopment is moving forward

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Under Construction: Unfreezing the Long-Vacant Ruppert Ice House in the Bronx

For more than two decades, the former ice factory at 20 Bruckner Boulevard in the Mott Haven section of the Bronx sat vacant. Its past forgotten by many, it had become known to people simply as “The History Channel building” because of the towering advertisement on the roof that was there for 15 years.

 

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