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Pulse   11/12/2012

New York

Danforth Development Partners LLC plans to redevelop the 2,220-seat Victoria Theatre located on West 125th Street in Manhattan into a mixed-use development that will include a 175-room hotel, 140 condominium units and space for community-based organizations like the Jazz Museum in Harlem and offices for the Apollo Theater. The project will also include two theaters with seating for 99 and 200 that will be used for cultural arts groups in Harlem. The project is valued at $100 million. Danforth Development Partners LLC, Attn: Steven C. Williams, Principal, 527 Manhattan Ave., New York, 10027. DR#99-00789801.

New York

MTA/Long Island Railroad Co. plans to replace a 12-car elevated center island platform at Massapequa Station and repair its understructure. The project includes removal and replacement of the platform, canopy stairs, escalator and elevator as well as lighting and communication systems. The project is valued at between $10 million and $50 million and is scheduled to begin in January. MTA/LIRR Co., Attn: Darlene Bolanos, Owner, 9027 Sutphin Blvd., Jamaica, 11435. DR#12-00637698.

New Jersey

The College of New Jersey Facilities & Budget Finance plans to construct a nine-building, 307,500-sq-ft campus town in Ewing that will include 216,000 sq ft of housing for approximately 400 students, 80,000 sq ft of retail space, an 11,500-sq-ft athletic facility and 500 parking spaces. The project is valued at $50 million. Construction is scheduled to begin in January with completion expected by late spring 2014. The College of NJ Facilities & Budget Finance, Attn: Roselle Horodeski, Contract Management, Administrative Services Building, 2000 Pennington Rd., Trenton, 08628. DR#11-00611798.


New Jersey

NFI Real Estate is starting construction on the 614,800-sq-ft Subaru of America Distribution Center in Florence. The single-story warehouse will consist of 3,000 sq ft of office space, a 2,800-sq-ft employee break area and 125,000 sq ft of cooler space. The project is valued at $60 million and is expected to be completed by May 2013. NFI Real Estate, Attn: Choong Yim/Dan Folcher, Project Managers, 1515 Burnt Mill Rd., Cherry Hill, 08003. DR#09-00529059.


Charter Oak Credit Union is building a 60,000-sq-ft, $12-million headquarters in Waterford. Enterprise Builders, Newington, is the construction manager. Completion is scheduled for August 2013. Charter Oak Credit Union, Attn: Brian Orenstein, Acting CEO, 32 Chicago Ave., Groton, 06340. DR#11-00632850.


New Jersey

Atlantic Cape Community College is seeking general contractor bidders for the construction of a $16 million, 33,400-sq-ft, two-story science technology engineering math facility in Mays Landing. The structure will feature science labs, computer labs, office space and a partially vegetated roof with walkways. Atlantic Cape Community College, Attn: Terry Sampson, Executive Director, Administration Building, J-225 5100 Black Horse Pike, Mays Landing, 08330. DR#09-00586306.

New Jersey

Philipsburg Board of Education is seeking general contractor bidders for the construction of a new three-story, 330,031-sq-ft high school for about 2,200 students to be located on about 120 acres. The project is valued at $87 million. Philipsburg Board of Education, Attn: Paul Rummerfield, President, 445 Marshall St., Philipsburg, 08865. DR#99-00766940.


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