PMG proposes new, 12-story resi development in West Village

Project includes smaller building with LGBT community center and 13 affordable units

TRD New York /
Feb.February 16, 2015 08:15 AM

Kevin Maloney’s Property Markets Group is looking to build a 12-story residential building on Leroy Street in the West Village.

A parking lot and a commercial building would have to make way for the new development, which would be 125 feet tall, span 79,000 square feet and include 30 units, according to Curbed. A smaller building right next to the new structure would include 13 affordable units for LGBT seniors as well as a community center that would be run by the Stonewall Community Development Corporation, according to Curbed.

The community, however, did not welcome the plans for the location, which is located at 111 Leroy Street at the corner of Greenwich Street, the website reported. The new renderings for the project were revealed last week at a community board hearing. Workshop/apd’s Andrew Kotchen is the architect of record.

Last month, the developer applied to convert an existing building into a 19-story residential development on West 22nd Street. [Curbed] — Claire Moses 


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