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  • hap

    From left: HAP Development’s Eran Polack and 2211-2217 Third Avenue and schematic design

    Shortly after buying a vacant Harlem lot for $13 million, HAP Investment Management has filed plans for a 10-story apartment building with 124,000 square feet. [more]

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  • robyn

    Interior renderings of 316 East 3rd Street in East Village

    Developers David Amirian and Eric Brody of the Brody/Amirian Group and Joseph Klaynberg of Wonder Works Construction, in partnership with JSR Capital, plan to launch leasing next week at a new eight-story rental building known as the Robyn in the East Village, The Real Deal has learned. [more]

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  • rabsky

    644 East 14th Street

    Developer Simon Dushinsky’s Brooklyn-based Rabsky Group has filed plans for a nearly 61,789-square-foot, 15-story building in the East Village.

    Karl Fischer has signed on as architect of record. The property at 644 East 14th Street between Avenue B and Avenue C will hold a community center on the first five floors, and 50 apartment units across more than 34,000 square feet. It is unknown whether the apartments will be rentals or condominiums. The ceilings are expected to hang low, given the 120-foot height of the property. [more]

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  • 101 Bedford in WIlliamsburg

    WEEKENDEDITION The final block of apartments at the Karl Fischer-designed 101 Bedford development in Williamsburg are set to hit the leasing market tomorrow. [more]

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  • tessler-172-mad

    Yitzchak Tessler and 172 Madison Avenue

    Developer Yitzchak Tessler is teaming up with Manhattan-based NMP Group to build 31-story apartment complex on a vacant site at 172 Madison Avenue, according to a plan exam application filed late last week. [more]

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  • 738-broadway

    738 Broadway (Inset: Joseph Chetrit of the Chetrit Group)

    The Chetrit Group has put the first four of eight condominium units at Noho loft conversion 738 Broadway on the market. [more]

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  • skyway

    Skyway’s Steven Mashaal, 30 West 21st Street

    UPDATE, 10:53 a.m., Jan. 6: Skyway Development Group intends to build a seven-story single-family home in the Flatiron District, on the site it purchased for $38.5 million in June.

    The  6,500-square-foot townhouse at 30 West 21st Street between Fifth and Sixth avenues will hold a ground-floor retail space, a one-car garage, six floors for a single residence, and a terrace, according to a plan exam application filed today. Karl Fischer is serving as architect of record on the project. [more]

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  • Karl Fischer and a rendering of 427 East 12th Street

    Karl Fischer and 427 East 12th Street

    Nine out of the 10 units at the Karl Fischer-designed condominium at 427 East 12th Street are in contract, according to StreetEasy. The East Village condos, nestled between Avenue A and First Avenue, were asking between $850,000 for a one-bedroom unit to $2.4 million for the penthouse.

    The site, at 427 East 12th Street, was bought in April 2010, for $1.87 million by developer Shaky Cohen. [more]

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  • Karl Fischer and 564 St. John's Place in Crown Heights

    Karl Fischer and 564 St. Johns Place in Crown Heights

    Architect Karl Fischer and developer Simon Dushinsky’s Rabsky Group are bringing a new residential project to Crown Heights. The eight-story, 136,373-square-foot project, at 564 St. Johns Place, will have 172 apartments, according to Department of Buildings filings. [more]

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  • starbucks-greenpoint

    From left: 910 Manhattan Avenue in Greenpoint, and 65 Ainslie Street in Williamsburg

    Williamsburg will likely be hosting its first Starbucks coffee shop, as indicated by job postings for a new site at 405-409 Union Avenue. [more]

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  • karl-fischer

    1045-1047 Fulton Street in Brooklyn and Karl Fischer

    A Clinton Hill funeral home will be laid to rest so that a six-story Karl Fischer-designed building can take its place.

    Last week, demolition permits were filed for the three-story Fairhaven Funeral Chapel, located at 1045-1047 Fulton Street, near Downing Street. The planned apartment complex will hold 28 units — over 21,048 square feet of residential space — and feature private terraces and bicycle storage.  [more]

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  • Landmark Park Slope at 267 Sixth Street, Brooklyn

    Landmark Park Slope at 267 Sixth Street, Brooklyn

    Landmark Park Slope, the Naftali Group’s new Brooklyn luxury rental tower designed by Karl Fischer, is already half leased and residents are moving in, The Real Deal has learned exclusively. [more]

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  • 373 Wythe Avenue, Williamsburg, Brooklyn

    373 Wythe Avenue, Williamsburg, Brooklyn

    The Williamsburg, a luxury rental building near Two Trees Management’s famed Domino Sugar Factory site, kicked off leasing today, representatives from Halstead Property Development Marketing, which is the exclusive leasing and marketing agent, told The Real Deal. [more]

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  • Karl Fischer and a rendering of 427 East 12th Street

    Karl Fischer and a rendering of 427 East 12th Street

    The six-story, 10-unit East Village condo project in the hands of architect Karl Fischer is almost finished, Curbed reported.

    The brand new units, with four out of 10 already listed on StreetEasy, range in price from $850,000 for a second floor one-bedroom to $2,395,000 for the penthouse. Interior renderings reveal floor-to-ceiling windows and “sleek concrete floors.” [more]

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  • 30-west-21st

    30 West 21st Street

    Skyway Development Group has acquired a 12-story commercial building at 30 West 21st Street for $38.5 million from Kimco Realty Corporation, the real estate firm announced yesterday in a release.

    James Nelson of Massey Knakal Realty Services brokered the deal, which includes about 60,000 square feet of existing office and retail space and 66 feet of combined frontage. The property, formerly Alma Lofts, is located between Fifth and Sixth avenues in the Flatiron District. In 2011, Extrovertic, a health care marketing company, signed a five-year lease there for 5,150 square feet, as previously reported. [more]

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  • landmark-park-slope

    Landmark Park Slope

    The white-glove buildings of Manhattan have formally arrived in Park Slope.

    Naftali Group has revealed prices for the Landmark Park Slope, a rental building at 267 Sixth Street, in the neighborhood of the same name, DNAinfo reported. The Karl Fischer-designed tower, on the corner of Fourth Avenue, comes complete with “hotel style amenities,” including a concierge tasked with making dinner reservations and procuring concert tickets, the publication said. [more]

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  • From left: 23 Bleecker Street at center and Karl Fischer

    A new five-story apartment building designed by architect Karl Fischer could fill a vacant lot at 23 Bleecker Street in Brooklyn’s Bushwick neighborhood, Curbed reported. The project would have 20 units, a rooftop recreational area and bike storage. [more]

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  • East 12th Street rental to rise higher

    December 21, 2012 12:00PM

    84 Third Avenue and Karl Fischer

    The under-construction Karl Fischer-designed rental building at 84 Third Avenue at East 12th Street will rise 12 stories instead of nine, EV Grieve reported. The update comes from Department of Buildings papers, which show that the additional stories were approved on Nov. 28. [more]

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  • From left: Karl Fischer and 201 Water Street

    Dumbo could have a new residential building in its midst at 201 Water Street, Brownstoner reported. The owner of the property is listed as Simon Dushinsky. Karl Fischer is the architect on record and has an upcoming date with the Landmarks Preservation Commission on the October 23 for an application to alter the building’s masonry openings, install storefront infill, construct rooftop additions and replace windows. [more]

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  • The Mantena

    A Hudson Yards rental building, the Mantena, was quietly nabbed by Sam Zell’s Equity Residential last week, the New York Post reported. The New York Knicks’ Iman Shumpert lives at the building.

    The 98-unit building was sold by Joy Construction, which developed the Karl Fischer-designed project which opened earlier this year. The asking price in the deal, brokered by HFF’s Andrew Scandalios, was $90 million, though a final sale price was not yet known, the Post said. [more]

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