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L+M and Type A celebrate phase one opening of $349 million mixed-use development - Bronx Point

Bronx, NY L+M Development Partners, Type A Projects, BronxWorks, and The Hip Hop Museum held a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of the housing and public space components at phase one of Bronx Point, the much-anticipated $349 million mixed-use

Hudson Square Properties joint venture unveils 555 Greenwich - 16-story office tower

Manhattan, NY Hudson Square Properties (HSP), a joint venture of Trinity Church Wall Street, Norges Bank Investment Management and Hines, has unveiled the completed 555 Greenwich, a 270,000 s/f, 16-story office tower in Hudson Square

Monadnock Development starts leasing for 136,000 s/f mixed-use building 300 Huntington

Brooklyn, NY Monadnock Development has launched leasing for 300 Huntington, a six-story, 136,000 s/f mixed-use commercial development in Gowanus/Carroll Gardens, and the neighborhoods’ only new ground-up office/commercial building.

865 Rogers Avenue Realty launches leasing at 24,000 s/f boutique development

Brooklyn, NY Leasing begins at 865 Rogers Ave., a 26-unit boutique development located in Flatbush. Brokerage firm, Modern Spaces, was named by developers 865 Rogers Avenue Realty as the exclusive marketing and sales team for the six-story residential project. The 24,000 s/f development site is in a substantial and historical district that borders the east side of Prospect Park.

Shawmut Design and Construction hosts Supplier Diversity Mixer for Construction Inclusion Week

Manhattan, NY Shawmut Design and Construction (Shawmut) participated in Construction Inclusion Week for the second consecutive year and joined an exclusive group of industry leaders as an official sponsor to raise awareness of the critical need to improve diversity and inclusion in construction. The firm specifically curated a week-long agenda of activities, industry events, and learning opportunities nationwide

Breaking Ground commences Project Welcome MAT

New York, NY Breaking Ground has launched Project Welcome MAT (Moving on an Accelerated Timeline), a three-year, $6 million initiative that seeks to reduce the time between an unsheltered individual’s acceptance into permanent supportive housing and their move-in date. Project Welcome MAT is funded by a three-year, $3.7 million grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, through the New York City Continuum of Care

Lendlease, LMXD and Daiwa House initiate sales at Claremont Hall

Manhattan, NY Lendlease with LMXD, an affiliate of L+M Development Partners, and Daiwa House Texas Inc., have commenced closings at Claremont Hall in Morningside Heights. Situated within the campus of Union Theological Seminary (UTS), the 41-story, mixed-use condominium building was designed by architecture firm Robert A.M. Stern Architects (RAMSA) with amenities and lobby arrival designed in partnership with CetraRuddy. 

DDG and Global Holdings 50-story tower surpasses $200 million in sales

Manhattan, NY National real estate developer DDG and partner Global Holdings building at 180 East 88th St., the tallest residential building above 72nd St. on the Upper East Side at 50 stories, has surpassed $200 million in sales. Establishing the development as one of the best-selling condo projects on the Upper East Side this year

Tankhouse and SO-IL develop sustainable luxury residence

Brooklyn, NY The 450 Warren St. condominium building delivers integrative indoor/outdoor living. From the curved-glass shared entry into the planted central atrium and two open-air courtyards, to the open mesh-wrapped and curved concrete walkways on five levels, 450 Warren St. is one of the only luxury residences where sunlight and rainfall are welcomed by design. 

Rechler Equity breaks ground on 140,875 s/f industrial building

Medford, NY Rechler Equity Partners broke ground at 10 Donald’s Way, a 140,875 s/f industrial building, the first at the planned Rechler Business District. Named in honor of the late real estate innovator Donald Rechler, 10 Donald’s Way will carry on his legacy of economic development on Long Island.