Handel Architects, the architecture firm behind Essex Crossing, is number one on The Real Deal‘s list, with eight projects totaling 3,320,968 square feet.
Congratulations to Beach Green Dunes, a Passive House multifamily building in Far Rockaway, Queens, for being named to the HIVE 50 List. Beach Green Dunes received the honor for “making Passive House attainable to low-income, special needs, and workforce households, to secure them resilient access to energy and safety resources in coastal urban areas.”
Greenpoint Landing will occupy 22 acres of the East River waterfront and feature over 5,500 apartments, a new school, public parks and walkways.
Ground has broken on Greenpoint Landing, which will feature two towers that the American Institute of New York describes as “like two dancers … simultaneously lean[ing] into and away from one another.”
Congratulations to Handel Architects for receiving a Design Award for Sendero Verde, a sustainable affordable housing development in East Harlem.
The first building of the Lambert House redevelopment financed through New York City’s Housing Development Corporation (HDC) and Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) Extremely Low & Low-Income Affordability (ELLA) programs and the Department of City Planning’s Mandatory Inclusionary Housing program.
The $300 million project involves New York City’s Economic Development Corporation (EDC), Housing Development Corporation (HDC), the Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD), and the Mutual Housing Association of New York (MHANY).
When completed, the development will include 740 affordable housing units, approximately 52,000 square feet of public open space, 17,000 square feet of retail, 56,000 square feet of light industrial space, 53,500 square feet of community facilities, and an education center.
“City and Elected Officials Join Pennrose, Riseboro Community Partnership and Project Partners to Break Ground on 218 Units of Affordable Housing in East New York”
50 Penn is financed under New York City’s Housing Development Corporation (HDC) and Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) Extremely Low & Low-Income Affordability (ELLA) programs.
A former automobile wrecking and salvage facility at 151 Woodward Avenue in Ridgewood will be converted to a 50,000-square-foot site that will house about 72 dogs, 110 cats and an undetermined number of rabbits and Guinea pigs.
On the site of what was formerly a juvenile detention center, La Peninsula will include 740 affordable apartments, a childcare center and space for artists and light manufacturing.
Hirschen Singer & Epstein LLP’s recognition as a Phipps Community Builder stems from the firm’s commitment for over 50 years as a mission-driven real estate law firm, including substantial work with Phipps Houses. HSE was represented at the Phipps Community Builder Awards Dinner by HSE partners Russell A. Kivler and Oliver G. Chase.