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.
Rabbi Eli Cohen of the Crown Heights Jewish Community Council said Yeshiva principals have met with the operator to discuss ways that they will be able to schedule time for their students to use the fields and pool that will be part of the Bedford-Union Armory redevelopment.
The project by developer BFC Partners and the New York City Economic Development Corporation will include 415 rental, over half of which will be below market-rate.
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.