Curious about what’s being built, interesting listings and other development across the area? We’ve got you covered.

Here’s the week of April 6 – April 12:

Manhattan

Gamma Closes on $86M Purchase of 3 Sutton Place, Taps Juul-Hansen as Architect for Tower After triumphing in court and winning a foreclosure auction, Gamma Real Estate has closed on the $86 million acquisition of a development site at 3 Sutton Place, where it plans to build a 700-foot-tall condominium tower. (Commercial Observer)

Gamma Closes on $86M Purchase of 3 Sutton Place, Taps Juul-Hansen as Architect for Tower

Ari Onassis’ former Sutton Place townhouse hits the market for $30M The 12-room house, now on the market for $29,950,000, also has a private backyard, as well as a terrace perfect for boat watching and a spectacular glass, circular staircase that “virtually cantilevers over the river.” (6sqft)

Tribeca’s 56 Leonard reveals its amenities, designed by Herzog & de Meuron This architect-designed space has some unusual elements—for one, a sculptural spiral staircase (made of raw concrete, a dominant material throughout the dual-level area) that connects the ninth and tenth floors. (Curbed)

Building Tour: One Wall Street Construction is underway on the conversion of One Wall Street, the landmark fifty-story limestone Art Deco tower located on an entire block at the intersection of Broadway and Wall Street in the Financial District. (Field Condition)

Seven-Story, 39-Unit Affordable Residential Project Filed at 847 St. Nicholas Ave. All of the project’s residential units will rent at below-market rates through the housing lottery. (NY YIMBY)

Long-stalled Lower East Side site will become a co-living residence

Long-stalled Lower East Side site will become a co-living residence Rent for a bedroom will start at $1,799. (Curbed)

Could a cantilevered transportation hub better connect Roosevelt Island to the rest of NYC? A French architect has envisioned a new transit hub for the island. (Curbed)

All over NYC, projects are in limbo All across the city, new residential projects are experiencing hiccups and delays that not only saddle developers with added expenses but also increase the chances that their products will launch in a soft market. (The Real Deal)

Historic Tribeca townhouse with thoroughly modern interiors wants $7M The home is more than 200 years old. (Curbed)

Brooklyn

Revealed: 10-Story Office Redevelopment Project Atop Macy’s Renderings have been revealed of the planned redevelopment of two interconnected commercial buildings that currently house Macy’s at 422 Fulton Street, in Downtown Brooklyn. (NY YIMBY)

Bedford-Union Armory developers strike deal with 32BJ SEIU to staff project with union workers Developers behind the proposed Bedford-Union Armory redevelopment and 32BJ SEIU have struck a deal that would staff the project with union building service workers and create a job training program. (The Daily News)

ODA New York’s Crown Heights rental is nearing completion The eight-story building features 120 apartments, 20 of which are affordable. (Curbed)

ODA New York’s Crown Heights rental is nearing completion

Three-Tower, 857-Unit Mixed-Use Complex Rises Above Street Level at 416-420 Kent Ave. Construction is now seven floors above street level on the 22-story, 252-unit mixed-use tower under development at 416 Kent Avenue, located along the South Williamsburg waterfront. (NY YIMBY)

The Bronx

Bronx mansion built for Christ’s return finally sells for $6.2M The Riverdale home was originally asking $15M. (The Real Deal)

Staten Island

For under $1M, a Staten Island storybook cottage with stunning views The charming single-family home overlooks some of the island’s prettiest property. (Curbed)

Jersey City

235 Grand Should Add to Jersey City’s Skyline By 2019 Demolition has commenced at 235 Grand Street in Jersey City’s Liberty Harbor neighborhood, and a new rental building plus some added green space will be coming to the site before you know it. (Jersey Digs)