Hotel Proposed For Construction In Long Island City, NY
Plans have been filed in Long Island City, NY for the construction of a 35-story mixed-use tower. The 447-foot tall structure will contain 84 apartments, 156 hotel rooms, 39,767 square-feet of ground-floor commercial space, and 42 enclosed parking spaces. The construction of a party room with a catering kitchen and panoramic views on the 31st floor is also being proposed. Costs and an estimated completion date are currently unknown.
Lindenwood University Explores A $80 Million STEM Building
Lindenwood University in St. Charles, MO has begun exploring the construction of a new STEM building, with an estimated start date of February 2020. The 162,000 square-foot project will be constructed at an estimated cost of between $80 million. This building is only one component of a larger $100 million to $150 million plan to renovate and do maintenance on existing STEM buildings on Lindenwood’s campus.
More Highrises Are Being Constructed in Austin
The construction of two new highrises is underway in Austin, a 19-story apartment tower, dubbed The Bowen, and a 24-story office tower, named Domain Tower 2. The apartment tower will consist of 340 residential units, while the office building will contain more than 330,000 square-feet of office space. Both the estimated cost and completion date for the project are currently unknown.
24-Story Office Tower Opens In Brooklyn’s Williamsburg Neighborhood
A 24-story office building, named Ten Grand, has been opened on the Williamsburg Waterfront in Brooklyn, NYC. The structure sits beneath, and within, a larger, 45-story tower. Amenities within Ten Grand include private conference rooms, a 45-seat theater, rooftop cabanas, gyms, and a bike lobby. The ground floor of the structure is comprised of various retail shops and restaurants.
Proposal For A Mixed-Use Project In Downtown Rapid City, SD Approved
A proposal calling for the construction of a mixed-use project in downtown Rapid City, SD has been approved. The plan calls for a 113-room hotel, 54 apartments, a conference center, and ground-floor retail space. A development agreement still needs to be drafted and approved by the city council. The project’s estimated timeline and costs are still currently unknown.