Affordable housing still available at Hayden located at 43-25 Hunter Street

Rockrose still has availability for the affordable units in Hayden at 43-25 Hunter Street, according to a spokesman. “It’s a great opportunity,” Vice President for Planning Paul Januszewski said in an email to The Court Square Blog. Interested parties should visit HunterStreetApts.com to find out more information. Applicants in the right salary range can qualify for […]
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Signage appears for Book Culture at 26-09 Jackson Avenue

Signage has appeared for Book Culture, which will be coming fall of 2017 to 26-09 Jackson Avenue. The book retailer has three locations in Manhattan’s Upper West Side, and will open in a building that is owned by Rockrose. The New York Times was the first to report the leasing of the space.1 Recently, scaffolding […]
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Ground floor reveal: Hayden at 43-25 Hunter Street

Construction crews recently peeled away plywood fencing covering the ground floor at Rockrose’s project, Hayden, located at 43-25 Hunter Street.1 The retail space is a 5,200-square-foot lot that will be home to City Chemist before the end of the year. Here’s more information on the space via DNA Info: City Chemist, which has existing stores in […]
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Lottery opens for affordable housing at ‘Hayden’ at 43-25 Hunter Street

A lottery for affordable housing has opened for Hayden located at 43-25 Hunter Street.1 The building will have 974 apartments and 195 of them will be affordable units for those making 60% of AMI or less. Applications for the lottery to award the affordable units are being accepted now through Nov. 30. Also, local residents of Community Board 2 get preference […]
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Construction rises above fence at Rockrose’s Eagle Loft at 43-22 Queens Street

In June, construction crews at Rockrose’s 43-22 Queens Street Eagle Loft were just installing rebar as the building was just starting to rise.1 When we stopped by last week, we saw that construction has reached over the fence, as seen in the photo below. On-site signage calls for a Fall, 2017 delivery. Permits were approved on […]
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