Excavation work is underway in 151-165 Broome StreetAffordable Multifamily Home Site in Two Buildings, Manhattan Lower East Sidedesigned by handel architects Developed by Grand Street Guild Housing Development Fund Company, Grand Street Guild East Housing Development Fund Company, Southeast Grand Street Guild Housing Development Fund Company, and Clinton Broome Development LLC, the project is a 15-story “Building 3-5” It has been constructed. Together, his 16-story ‘Buildings 3-6’ at 165 Bloom Street and 151 Bloom Street will create a total of 480 units. Monadnock Construction is the general contractor for the property, which is located within the Seward Park Extension Master Plan, bounded by Bloom Street to the north, Pitt Street to the east and Clinton Street to the west.
Recent photos show that a good portion of 165 Broom Street has already been excavated, with excavators working underground. Construction of the basement level and reinforced concrete foundation slabs, perimeter and inner core walls will soon begin.
Temporary wooden walls support three sides of the site in preparation for the reinforced concrete walls and remaining foundation. 151 Bloom Street rises behind his six-story red brick building in the background.
151 Broom Street will span 174,000 square feet, with 245 units ranging from studios to one-bedrooms, and 14,280 square feet of ground-floor community facility space, including a 6,176-square-foot clinic and 8,113-square-foot medical offices. Planned. Social service facilities underfoot. 165 Broome Street has 235,235 square feet of residential space, a mix of studio and three bedroom units, and 65,668 square feet of parking space, accommodating 126 vehicles.
The main photo rendering shows 165 Broome Street, with a brick façade and dark trim with staggered window lattices. The podium is clad in light-coloured masonry and features a section of floor-to-ceiling glass in the northwest corner. 151 Broome Street appears subtly in the background on the left side of the rendering.
The black and white elevation below shows the north side of 151 and 165 Broom Street along with Broom Street. Both superstructures rise from the podium with similar panel construction and feature the same grid of windows with alternating dark trim work.
Construction is expected to be completed in the fall of 2024 and is expected to last about 22 months, as stated by the construction commission.
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