For too long, New Yorkers have suffered in the throes of a burgeoning housing crisis as one residential project after the next falls victim to delays caused by NIMBYism, political opposition and a years-long land entitlement process. The timeline to build housing in our city is fundamentally misaligned with the urgent need, as the Department of Homeless Services (DHS) shelter census swells toward 60,000.
Hospitality and lightness are at the heart of everything BHDM Design co-founder Dan Mazzarini does, whether developing approachable interiors that ease the mood for dental startup Tend or injecting lavish hotels from Miami to Waikiki with punches of pink. Credit the interior designer's early beginnings spearheading retail environments for global brands, where he quickly learned that people come first and gravitate toward memories and moments as opposed to a flashy veneer.
According to Gotham Organization, in partnership with Covenant House International, FXCollaborative, Langan Engineering and Environmental Services, and Monadnock Construction, Covenant House New York’s new headquarters has been selected as the winner of the 2022 Big Apple Brownfield Award for Community Support Services.
Celebrating a new year, a new administration, guests anticipate a good year for residential development, citing capital available for public/private partnerships to develop affordable housing. Guests discuss the tax credit issue of the successful Affordable New York Program-421a, land acquisition and pros and cons of areas considered for development: Harlem, Coney Island, Gowanus, East New York and more.
Gotham is planning a 47-story tower at 550 Tenth Avenue, which sits between West 40th and West 41st streets. Once completed, the building will include 453 apartments, 137 of which will be affordable.
The Gotham Organization has secured roughly $250 million in financing for the 47-story mixed-use tower it plans to build on Manhattan’s Far West Side
Located on the Long Island City waterfront, Gotham Point is a mixed-use development with over 1,100 apartments, 75 percent of which are priced below the market rate, and 50,000 square feet of resort-style amenities. The rent-stabilized residences on Hunter's Point South Park offer an urban oasis with East River views and exceptional access to Manhattan.
The Gotham Organization and RiseBoro Community Partnership have revealed amenity spaces at Gotham Point, a dual-tower residential development in Hunters Point South, Queens. Amenities include include a rooftop terrace, sundecks, communal lounges, an indoor-outdoor fitness center, co-working space, a children’s playroom, an urban rooftop farm, and boathouse.
Rent prices continue to increase as millennials and Gen Z move back to the city. But developers across the five boroughs are making a range of high-quality apartments in luxury buildings affordable to renters.
A massive development with over 1,000 units of housing is coming to Long Island City’s Hunter’s Point South neighborhood. Developed by the Gotham Organization and RiseBoro Community Partnership, Gotham Point includes two towers and a total of 1,132 residences, 75 percent of which are affordable.
The Gotham Organization, together with RiseBoro Community Partnership, has released renderings of Gotham Point, in the Hunter’s Point South waterfront neighborhood of Long Island City, Queens.
Crain's New York interviews Gotham's President of Development on how large developments will change post-pandemic.
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Gotham West Market, the award-winning food hall in Hell’s Kitchen, announced the launch of Sushi on Jones and Don Wagyu at a joint location.
The developer has teamed up with RiseBoro Community Partnership to build a massive two-tower property in Long Island City.
The mixed-use project will have 1,120 residential units, with 900 set aside for households earning between 30 and 145 percent of AMI.
Two residential towers, developed by the Gotham Organization and Riseboro Community Partnership, are planned for Long Island City as part of the Hunters Point South project.
Renters can order food, pay their rent, file maintenance requests and learn about building events all through their smartphone.
Food courts are being replaced by food halls, where the fare is trendier, healthier and often rotates in and out of the space.
Gotham Organization has been tapped to lead the development of the 80,000-square-foot property, which will have space for a temporary housing, a health-care operation, counseling and job training.
Gotham Organization took second place for March with plans for a mixed-use project spanning slightly less than 700,000 square feet at 1-15 57th Avenue in Long Island City.
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The building’s monthly events have been a great way to meet and hang out with their neighbors. “But what we really wanted was a place where the concierges knew us. We’re not coming to New York to bowl in the building. We’re coming to New York because of the people.”
"In Gotham buildings, for example, LIVunLtd assists with the move-in process, coordinating designers and painters and even help organize a home-entertainment system, Fazio says."
“Gotham Organization has a strong vision for the Nicole and Atlas—including providing affordable housing that is much needed in New York."
Joel Picket’s Gotham Organization landed an injection of debt to cover two Manhattan rental properties.
Dining spots like dell'anima are using the food hall model to curb rent costs and expand their footprint.
In an exclusive GlobeSt.com article, Phil Lavoie, COO of the Gotham Organization, explains why developers should consider food halls as a proven retail concept.
Of the nine neighborhoods on this list, East New York has the most units under construction. The Christian Cultural Center and the Gotham Organization are planning a 2,100-unit project.
The pastor teamed up with developer Gotham Organization and designer PAU - Practice for Architecture and Urbanism - to create a blueprint that includes 21,000 apartments, retail space, 24-hour childcare services, a performing arts theater, a school, and a park.
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The Rev. A.R. Bernard has partnered with Gotham Organization to transform the land around his Brooklyn church into shops, a school and 2,100 apartments.
New renderings were released this week of the one million square foot development coming to the Long Island City’s Hunter’s Point South neighborhood.
Goldman Sachs finalized a deal to invest in a massive affordable development in Long Island City — on the same day Amazon announced it would bring half of its HQ2 to the neighborhood.
When this massive development is done, it’ll be one of the largest affordable housing communities in New York City’s history.
Lavoie said his company decided to switch to managing its own buildings in 2016 to have greater control over its portfolio and brand.
Or, there’s activities that come at it from a social angle, with Gotham West organizing day trips for residents to go on together (such as their fall apple picking excursion).
Michael Bergemann’s all-day Italian bakery is, quite simply, one of New York’s finest slice shops. It’s located inside the food hall Gotham West Market.
Executive Vice President Bryan Kelly said: “[Our approach now is] to leverage our history, track record and ability to work with partners, whether that be city, state government, not-for-profit organizations
The Forge, a new luxury rental tower in Long Island City, just landed a $110 million loan.
Rather than installing a Duane Reade or Citibank as its first floor commercial tenant, it built something it thought might draw people westward: a 10,000-square-foot urban food bazaar, serving everything from tacos to pizza to ramen.
Since their shop opened in April in the newly reopened Gotham Market at the Ashland in Fort Greene, the three Oropeza brothers have filled a gap in the borough’s cosmopolitan menu.
For Gotham Market at The Ashland, Beers designed 180 colorful blown-glass spheres, connecting them into a sinuous chandelier that weaves its way above seating and counters for seven restaurants.
FedEx and UPS say they are delivering more and more packages every year, causing developers of high-rise res buildings to rethink how they handle packages.
In May, the Bolivian Llama Party team welcomed another location in the revamped Gotham Market at the Ashland in Fort Greene, Brooklyn.
As city cycling continues to surge, buildings are going beyond bike storage to offer resident-only bike tours, house-branded bikeshares and more.
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Kristin and Lou Divers rented a one-bedroom in the Ashland in Fort Greene, after previously renting at The Nicole, another Gotham building.
Food halls engaging tenants and keeping residents happy
Newcomer to Gotham West Market
Located just steps away from the Hudson River, in a window-filled Hell’s Kitchen warehouse, Gotham West Market features high-profile vendors with plenty of foodie credibility.
Brooklyn dominated the list overall, grabbing seven of the top 10 spots and all of the top five.
Real estate developers and artisanal vendors are carving out a mutually beneficial relationship at new food halls
Their proposal will bring a large number of affordable housing units to one of the city's last waterfront development sites
Gotham West Market (Hell's Kitchen) Gotham Market at The Ashland (Brooklyn)
Dining options are increasing in new developments
Schoolhouse-Inspired Residences from $1.875M
The rise in rental concessions may seem like good news, but renters shouldn't count on it forever.
Mapping the city's food hall explosion.
Landlords finally drop prices, offer incentives
Despite intense competition, new high-rise rental developments in and around Downtown Brooklyn are reporting strong leasing activity this spring.
Its James Beard Award-winning interior decor also launched AvroKO Hospitality Group, which would go on to define the artsy warehouse aesthetic at Gotham West Market and the garage-meets-art gallery feel of basement bar Genuine Liquorette.
Get your bibs ready.
Whether you fancy steamed hard shells, legs, cakes or rolls, summer is prime time for crab lovers.
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Here are some alternatives for renters looking for neighborhoods with a similar vibe.
Chef John Stage shares his top do's and don'ts for grilling.
When you’re traveling with a large group, it can sometimes be difficult deciding what sounds good to everyone for a meal. Fortunately, New York City has its fair share of food courts to help save the day.
Chef John Stage shares recipes for Red Rub Skirt Steak with Charred Tomato and Avocado Salsa and Flip Bird's Spatchcock Chicken with Harissa Spices.
Here are some alternatives for renters looking for neighborhoods with a similar vibe.
Ladies and gentlemen: Choza in the main terminal will start boarding for Baja, Mexico. Please have your passes ready.
The Gotham Organization is probably best known for the large residential and commercial project, Gotham West, on 11th Avenue.
The team behind Gotham Market in Hell's Kitchen has opened up a second location in Fort Greene, open since January and headed by celebrity chef John Stage of Dinosaur Bar-B-Que, which was voted America's best barbecue in ABC's "Good Morning America" poll.
Now that we've all packed away our winter boots and officially welcomed spring, your apartment could probably use a little perking-up after the long, cold winter.
On the ground floor of a luxury residential building, this Fort Greene brother of Gotham West Market is Brooklyn’s newest food hall.
Squeezed into a quiet section at the north end of the sprawling complex, past Uma Temakeria’s sushi hand rolls and the Cannibal’s butcher station, Corner Slice winks at pizza parlor nostalgists under its glowing neon signage.
Now the neighborhood of the Meatpacking District, Chelsea and Hell's Kitchen, and West Village to the south, is more accessible than ever, as are its major attractions including the new Whitney Museum of American Art (opened 2015) and Gotham West Market food hall (opened 2013).
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Adam Holtzinger of the Brooklyn-based KEEP just completed a 180-piece globe chandelier for Gotham Market at The Ashland in Brooklyn through Jeffrey Beers International.
Gotham Market at The Ashland in Brooklyn, N.Y., is the second food hall from Gotham Organization, Inc.
Brooklyn is a must-taste destination. The urban landscape is clustered with eateries and bars of every type so satisfication is just a subway ride away.
"Mathöllin" is to become Reykjavik’s answer to Torvehallerne in Copenhagen or Gotham West Market in New York, according to organisers.
If you think eating at a food court means you have to choose between a soft pretzel dipped in cinnamon sugar at Pretzel Time or a Whopper and fries from Burger King, think again.
Today’s post is a review on the new Gotham Market at The Ashland.
Egg & the Bird sandwich at Gotham Market at The Ashland
Ivan Orkin, the Jewish kid from Long Island who fell in love with noodles and today makes some of the best bowls of ramen in New York City, now sets his sights on another beloved urban staple: the pizza pie.
Industrial design elements over crab mac and cheese.
The iconic Gotham West Market in Hell’s Kitchen just got a little brother. And congratulations, it’s in Brooklyn.
Beneath The Ashland residences in Fort Greene, Brooklyn, a new eight restaurant center -- Gotham Market -- has just opened its doors.
The intersection at Fulton Street and Lafayette Avenue in Fort Greene tops the list of six retail areas poised for growth in CPEX Real Estate’s eighth annual Brooklyn Retail Report.
If The Ashland – Brooklyn’s tony new 53-story residential tower designed by FXFOWLE – has a leg up on its competitors, it’s the presence of the 16,000 sq ft Gotham Market on the ground floor.
The apartments pay homage to the elementary school that once called the building home
Gotham Organization's president on playing guitar, recovering from a skiing accident in Utah and how he sources deals.
Now you have the chance to move into a former schoolhouse built in the early 20th century. Redesigned by AvroKO, the building features 16 two-bedroom apartments ranging in size from approximately 1,200 to 1,400 square feet.
David Picket, president of New York-based developer Gotham, sees the charm in older buildings with character, both for his business projects and his personal home.
At 53 stories, this is the latest residential high-rise being completed in an area marketed as the Brooklyn Cultural District. Located at 250 Ashland Place, it's called The Ashland. Nearly half of the 586 apartments are affordable. In addition, the building offers plenty of amenities.
A recent report claims that nearly 40,000 new market-rate apartments are coming to New York City in the next three years, but it’s unclear if the spike in supply will overwhelm or barely faze the market.
FORT GREENE — As leasing is set to launch at Fort Greene’s newest luxury tower, the high-rise’s developers have released new images of the 53-story building and the ground-floor food hall set to open there this fall.
Construction is wrapping up on the The Ashland, a 53-story mixed-use skyscraper in Fort Greene, Brooklyn. In anticipation, the building’s website has launched ahead of the July 19 opening of its leasing office.
The rapid change of Fort Greene and Clinton Hill is continuing apace, with major real estate developments sprouting seemingly everywhere.
At the crossroads of Fort Greene, Downtown Brooklyn, and the BAM Cultural District, The Ashland rises. Next Tuesday, July 19, the 53-story, 586-unit tower will open its leasing office to prospective renters interested in its one-, two- and three-bedroom no-fee apartments, priced from $2,600/month for studios to $7,500/month for three-bedrooms.