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  • chang-kaufman

    From left: Sam Chang and Gene Kaufman

    UPDATED, Dec. 19, 6:30 p.m.: McSam Hotel Group’s Sam Chang, who signed a deal this week to buy a Midtown Manhattan industrial property, filed permits today for a three-building, 557,400-square-foot project in Flushing, Queens.

    Chang paid $26 million for the development site as well as a neighboring parcel at 40-70 Delong. The sites collectively hold 557,400 square feet, Chang said. The properties will hold both a hotel and two residential properties. A warehouse occupied by Flushing Building Material Supply currently sits on the site at 131-02 40th Road. [more]

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  • Rendering of 333 West 38 Street and the site itself

    333 West 38 Street rendering and site

    New permit applications were filed for a hotel project in the Garment District. The building is being designed by Gene Kaufman.

    The 21-story tower, which will be located at 333 West 38th Street, is set to house 79 rooms. Those units will be spread across 28,000 square feet in the hotel. According to the plans, an average room in the building will be roughly 350 square feet in size, and every level up to the 18th floor will have four rooms. [more]

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  • Gene Kaufman’s new FiDi hotel revealed

    September 11, 2014 11:30AM
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    From left: 8-12 Maiden Lane rendering, location on map and Gene Kaufman

    Architect Gene Kaufman’s new Financial District hotel will feature old-school masonry on the bottom, sleek and modern glass on the top. [more]

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  • chang

    585 Eighth Avenue and Sam Chang

    Hotel developer Sam Chang borrowed nearly $42 million in loans for his 35-story Holiday Inn project in Midtown West, according to property records filed with the city last night.

    Chang received the mortgages from Dallas, Texas-based Bank of the Ozarks, and then proceeded to pay off $11.4 million to the New York Community Bank. The 85,000-square-foot hotel at 585-587 Eighth Avenue near 39th Street is slated to hold 271 rooms, more than 199 rooms previously planned for the site. [more]

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  • chang-hilton

    From left: Rendering of Hilton Garden Inn Midtown East at 206 East 52nd Street, and Sam Chang

    Less than a week after the opening of the Hilton Garden Inn Midtown East, developer Sam Chang closed on the sale of the 85,000-square-foot hotel for $85.3 million, according to property records filed with the city yesterday.  [more]

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  • 431 Canal Street

    431 Canal Street

    The third time is the charm for a six-story mixed use development at the vacant 341 Canal Street.  [more]

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  • Architect-Panel

    From left: Betram Beissel, Paul Whalen, Gene Kaufman, John Cetra and Bjarke Ingels

    The amount of non-union labor used to develop buildings in New York City is expected to increase, according to several leading architects. That’s despite such work in the past having been inferior to that of union labor, one said. [more]

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  • chang-west-40th

    Sam Chang and 346 West 40th Street

    Developer Sam Chang plans to bring a 594-room hotel to the parking garage site at 346-354 West 40th Street that he purchased for $26.3 million in December.

    Gene Kaufman, a regular collaborator of Chang’s, is serving as architect on the 35-story hotel project between Eighth and Ninth avenues, according to building permits filed today, as first cited by the blog New York Yimby. The cabin-like units will be no larger than 300 square feet apiece. [more]

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  • 100 Bogart Street

    100 Bogart Street

    WEEKENDEDITION A new building designed by ubiquitous architect Gene Kaufman is coming to 100 Bogart Street in Bushwick, and in an unusual move, the structure won’t have any apartments — just artist studios and retail.  [more]

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  • 347-bowery

    347 Bowery and rendering (Inset: Glauco Lolli-Ghetti of Urban Muse)

    Manhattan-based developer Urban Muse is planning a 13-story mixed-use residential project at 347 Bowery in East Village, the latest development in the works along the busy, rapidly changing street. [more]

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  • The Bossert Hotel at 86 Montague Street and Gene Kaufman

    The Bossert Hotel at 86 Montague Street and Gene Kaufman

    Gene Kaufman is no longer the architect of record on the conversion project of the landmarked Hotel Bossert in Brooklyn Heights. Kaufman has been replaced by Jeffrey Holmes of Australian architecture firm Woods Bagot, according to city Department of Buildings filings.

    Developers the Chetrit Group and David Bistricer bought the 86 Montague Street property in 2012 for $81 million. [more]

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  • chetrit

    Christen Portelli and 396 Broadway

    Isaac Chetrit is in contract to sell an office building at 396 Broadway in Tribeca to an executive of investment firm Bridgeton Holdings, for $42 million, the buyer confirmed to The Real Deal today.

    The deal brings an end to several different plans Chetrit had for the 10-story prewar building, which he purchased in 1994 for $1 million after foreclosure proceedings against former owner Fortune Smooth US Ltd. [more]

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  • Gene Kaufman

    Gene Kaufman

    Two new residential buildings, developed by Grand Street Development, are slated to rise in Williamsburg, both designed by Gene Kaufman.

    The first Kaufman-designed structure, at 774 Grand Street, is to rise eight stories and contain 62 rental units, a fitness center, three common roof spaces and onsite parking. Slated to open at the beginning of 2016, 20 percent of the units will be affordable housing. [more]

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  • Gene Kaufman

    Gene Kaufman

    It’s no maiden voyage for Gene Kaufman. The new owner of 8 Maiden Lane has tapped the prolific architect to design a 25-story, 191-room hotel on the site — his second on the narrow Financial District street.

    The 75,742-square-foot project, to be crowned with a 25th-floor bar and outdoor terrace, will be located between Broadway and Liberty Place, according to a plan exam cited by BuzzBuzzHome. The cryptically-named 10-12 MLane LLC purchased the current four-story building in August for $5.6 million. The seller, Rusdan Operating Corp., had owned the lot since 1978. [more]

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  • kaufman-wburg

    56 North 9th Street in Williamsburg

    Prolific New York architect Gene Kaufman has been tapped to design a seven-story mixed-use building at 56 North Street, near Kent Avenue, in Williamsburg. [more]

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  • From left: Joseph Chetrit, 500 Metropolitan Avenue and Gene Kaufman

    The Chetrit Group has resumed construction at the stalled 500 Metropolitan Avenue site in Williamsburg, Brownstoner reported. The 15-story project will be mixed-use, with 148 hotel rooms and 81 residential units. Work appears to have started on the foundation, Brownstoner said. [more]

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  • Gene Kaufman and 70 and 90 Columbus Street

    Construction will begin in the next two months at a long-stalled 1.2 million-square-foot mixed-use project in Jersey City, the architect for the project told The Real Deal today. The two 50-story towers, designed by Gwathmey Siegel Kaufman + Associates Architects, were approved by the Jersey City Municipal Council and Planning Board in December, clearing the way for the massive project to move ahead, according to Gene Kaufman, owner of GSKA. [more]

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  • Gene Kaufman and 125 West 28th Street (credit: PropertyShark)

    Gene Kaufman has built himself a mini-empire around West 28th Street. The architect is behind the design of the hotel rising at 125 West 28th Street, directly next to a Kaufman-designed Holiday Inn Garden at 121 West 28th Street and in front of another Kaufman-designed building, New York YIMBY reported. [more]

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  • From left: 300 Schermerhorn Street and Gene Kaufman

    Two empty lots in Downtown Brooklyn will become hotels designed by Gene Kaufman with completion set for 2014, Brownstoner reported.

    The Department of Buildings approved plans last year for a 182-unit building at the corner of Nevins and Schermerhorn streets, the blog said. Queens-based Barone Management bought the site in January for $4.5 million, according to city records. [more]

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  • At the desk of: Gene Kaufman

    July 18, 2012 04:30PM

    From the July issue: 

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