New on the map this week:
In Manhattan, an 18-story building in Gramercy was revealed; At Broadway in NoHo, a one-story bank in a vest-pocket has finally been replaced with a modern, but contextual, co-working space. Construction was delayed as the artist Christo, who lived next year, complained that the word was rattling his building. And while neighbors in rent-stabilized buildings killed a proposed 15-story building in Inwood, but Crain’s finds that the neighborhood was impervious to rent upticks,
The Real Deal: Phipps Houses has withdrawn a rezoning application that would have paved the way for its controversial affordable housing development.
DNAinfo The new ferry dock planned for Long Island City as part of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s 2017 Citywide Ferry service launch will be located on the northern end of Gantry Plaza State Park, officials said.