NYC’s Top 10 Biggest Real Estate Projects

532 Neptune Avenue
A 691,405sq. ft. building is being constructed by Ruby Schron’s Cammeby’s International on Coney Island. The building will have 44 floors, thereby making it the tallest building in the area. The plans call for 513,850sq. ft. of residential space. This space will be divided amongst 544 apartments. There will also be 162,220sq. ft. of commercial space. Lastly, there will be a remaining 15,521sq. ft. of community space.


532 Neptune Avenue

10 Montieth Street
Simon Dushinsky’s Rabsky Group will be responsible for developing this site. The developer filed a permit application for a 265,629sq. ft., seven-story building. The building will be home to 398 units. The building will also have about 5,000sq. ft. of commercial space. The site was purchased by Dushinsky for $53 million last year.


10 Montieth Street

416 Kent Avenue
Located in beautiful Williamsburg, two rental buildings will begin construction due to Eliot Spitzer’s Spitzer Enterprises filing a second set of permit applications. Spitzer filed plans for an 18-story apartment building next door, at 420 Kent Avenue at the end of this past year. The plans that were drawn up call for a total of roughly 149,000sq. ft. of residential space for 200 units. They also detail a 3,000sq. ft. commercial space and 233 parking spots.


416 Kent Avenue

74-10 88th Street
Nathan Hirsch is planning the construction of a Talmudic seminary at this location. 74-10 88th Street is located in the Glendale neighborhood of Queens. Mark Mariscal will be in charge of designing the four-story, 142,183sq. ft. residential building.


74-10 88th Street

101 Pennsylvania Avenue
This location will become home to a seven-story medical office in Brooklyn, New York. The structure is poised to fill the whole block it is situated on. The company in charge of designing the 121,000sq. ft. building is Array Architects.


101 Pennsylvania Avenue

1535 Bedford Avenue
Also located in Williamsburg, 1535 Bedford Avenue will be transformed into a 133-unit residential building. Adam America Real Estate who purchased the site for $32.5 million, are in charge of all development plans. Sed plans detail an eight-story, 106,006sq. ft. building that will include a 15,000sq. ft. commercial space.


1535 Bedford Avenue

79 Avenue D
A 12-story, 96,038sq. ft. residential building located in Alphabet City Manhattan will soon begin construction. The developer purchased the site for $12.5 million last year. The building will feature 108 luxury units spanning about 88,170sq. ft. Plans for apartments say the average size of the units will be about 800sq. ft.


79 Avenue D

42-10 27th Street
Albert Shirian’s New York Lions Group is in the process of developing an 18-story, roughly 90,000sq. ft. residential building. 42-10 27th Street will be home to 110 apartments and an 8,645sq. ft. commercial component. Shirian purchased the property back in 2005, as well as the adjacent lots, for a total of $8 million.


42-10 27th Street

2763 Morris Avenue
Alex Berkovitch’s Universal Contracting is planning to build a 68,056sq. ft. residential development in the Bronx that will include 65 affordable units. The building will also be home to a house of worship. James McCullar Architecture is designing the 11-story building.


2763 Morris Avenue

953 Atlantic Avenue
Bere Weber is in the process of developing plans to build a 98-unit residential building at this site on Atlantic Avenue. Gerald Caliendo will be responsible for the design of the eight-story, 67,253sq. ft building will replace a White Castle.


953 Atlantic Avenue

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