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  • The new Wyndham Garden Hotel

    The 18-story Wyndham Garden Hotel is approaching completion at the intersection of the Bowery and Hester Street in Chinatown. Though the structure is already topped out and much of the glazing is in place, the renderings give a clearer idea of how it would ideally look, and that is none too promising.

    The base of the building, at 91-93 Bowery Street, glazed and framed with masonry, occupies its lot completely. But then the structure rises up as a series of modest setbacks away from the Bowery and culminate in a fairly unimaginative summit defined by two balconies on different levels, as well as a sequence of columns, all cast in a stridently modernist idiom. This summit in turn is capped by a masonry-clad mechanical core.

  • New low-rise Norfolk Street condo to open

    December 16, 2010 06:55PM

    Ariel Tirosh of Prudential Douglas Elliman and the 115 Norfolk Street condominium

    Sales for a brand new condominium at 115 Norfolk Street on the Lower East Side will launch next week, according to exclusive broker Ariel Tirosh, a vice president at Prudential Douglas Elliman. The Real Deal got a sneak peek today at the almost-completed seven-story building, a 24-unit low-rise between Delancey and Rivington streets.

    The development, 115 Norfolk, is the latest in a string of condos built in the last several years on the block, including the Blue Condominium at 105 Norfolk and the Switch Building at 109 Norfolk. Designed by Gryzwinski + Pons, the modern-looking concrete and wood-clad building has one-, two- and three-bedroom units, in addition to two penthouses. Each apartment is laid out in a “wing” style, with a bedroom or office situated on either side of the main living room and kitchen area. The building includes a basement parking garage accessed via hydraulic elevator, a communal garden, a roof deck and a virtual doorman. … [more]