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4 Upcoming Developments In Hell's Kitchen

There is a steadily growing number of apartments in Hell's Kitchen that have either been or are being constructed over the past several years. Much of this had happened around and or along 42nd Street, along with several pockets of spaces across the avenues that developers seek to find more space to build more apartments in Manhattan. We list a few of the newest developments below that you should be aware of. 

1) 312 West 43rd Street 

Located by the corner of West 42nd Street and Eighth Avenue is 312 West 43rd Street, which will yield 330 rental units. Designed by Handel Architects and developed by National Real Estate Advisors and Taconic Partners, the topped out 33-story reinforced concrete building is seeing its curtain wall going up. There will also be 28,000 square feet of amenities, and two floors of retail space.

The rental apartments in the taller 33-story tower will occupy floors five through 30, and the amenity space will be housed on the fourth floor. These include landscaped private outdoor gardens, a rooftop swimming pool, a spa and sauna, coworking areas, and a fitness center. The remaining units will be located in the shorter annex that rises along West 43rd Street, 312 West 43rd Street is scheduled to finish construction in the fall of 2024.

2) 550 Tenth Avenue


Sitting along the southern border of Hell's Kitchen along Tenth Avenue between West 40th and 41st Streets is 550 Tenth Avenue, a new and upcoming 47-story residential skyscraper designed by Handel Architects, owned by GO Covenant LLC, and developed by Gotham Organization and Goldman Sachs Asset Management JV, the ground-up 520-foot-tall reinforced concrete superstructure will span 430,000 square feet and yield a total of 453 rental units, with 137 residences for moderate and middle incomes, as well as 9,000 square feet of commercial retail space, over 20,000 square feet of residential amenities, and 26,764 square feet of administrative office space for Covenant House

550 Tenth Avenue’s residential amenities will include an upper-level lounge and adjacent outdoor sky deck with views of the Empire State Building, Hudson Yards, and sunsets over the Hudson River. The podium will have additional amenity spaces for social, leisure, and health and fitness activities. 550 Tenth Avenue is the largest building in Hell's Kitchen under construction and is anticipated to be completed in June 2025, as noted on site.

3) 735 Ninth Avenue 

735 Ninth Avenue is a short eight-story residential building that stands topped out. Designed by Bojidar Kadiev and developed by Joseph Galvano under the 735-739 Ninth Avenue Realty Corp., the steel-framed superstructure will yield a total of 12 apartments in Hell's Kitchen and ground-floor commercial space for a restaurant and retail tenant. The site is located near the corner of Ninth Avenue and West 50th Street.

Although small in scale, this still adds to the steady growth of new construction and apartments in New York City in one of Manhattan's most popular and desirable neighborhoods. The main rendering below depicts the slender northern elevation clad in bright red brick, with floor-to-ceiling glass at the base for the retail frontage and two rows of windows per level from floors two through six. The volume pushes back at the seventh story for the upper two units, which will each occupy an entire floor and come with private terrace space. Meanwhile, a communal rooftop deck is planned to cap the entire structure. Work should likely finish near the end of 2023.

4) The Gild 

Located within the inner streets of Hell's Kitchen is 439-441 West 54th Street, a seven-story residential building designed by ODA and developed by Yaus Special Clinton District LLC known as The Gild. The topped out 66-foot-tall structure will yield 28 condominium units spread across 38,850 square feet, for an average of 1,170 square feet apiece. Units will range from one- to three-bedroom layouts. The site is located between Ninth and Tenth Avenues. Brown Harris Stevens Development Marketing will be handling sales of the homes. 

Residential amenities will include a lobby with a part-time doorman with video backup, an outdoor terrace with a sensory/mediation room and children’s playground, bike and residential storage, a shared outdoor rooftop terrace, and a common garden. The closest subways are the A, C, B, D, and 1 trains at the 59th Street-Columbus Circle station. The E train at the 50th Street station along Eighth Avenue is also within walking distance. Work is expected to finish this spring. 


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