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Pulse   05/19/2014

New York

Jewish Lifecare Manhattan plans to construct a 414-bed nursing facility. The 376,000-sq-ft project will consist of 264 long-term-care beds located on floors nine through 12. Each floor will house 24 beds and include two "green-house" homes complete with living and dining areas, a kitchen, private bedrooms and bathrooms with showers and staff support areas. Also, 150 short-term rehabilitation beds will be located on floors four through eight along with community dining and decentralized therapy and activity space. The remaining floors will contain shared common areas, administrative offices and service and support areas. The building will also feature a rooftop garden of about 1,950 sq ft, a lounge, chapel, auditorium, library and gym. The project is valued at $175 million. Construction is scheduled to begin this June, and completion is slated for April 2017. Tishman Construction Corp., New York City, is the general contractor on the project. Jewish Lifecare Manhattan, Attn: Audrey S. Weiner, President/CEO, 120 West 106th St., New York, 10025. DR#11-00594870.

New York

The Related Cos. plans to build a 960,000-sq-ft, mixed-use building as part of its Hudson Yards development project. The project will consist of 250 residential units, a health club, indoor pool, rooftop terrace, dog spa, party room, business center and a 170,000-sq-ft cultural shed building. Construction is scheduled to begin in August, with completion slated for 2017. The project is valued at $219 million. Tishman Construction Corp., New York City, is the construction manager, and Tutor Perini Corp., Peekskill, is the general contractor. The Related Cos., Attn: Max Gilbane, Project Manager, 60 Columbus Circle, New York, 10023. DR#12-00459352.

New Jersey

Select Properties Inc. plans to build the Soleil Condominium/Hotel & Spa Resort in Ocean City. The project includes 103 studio, one- and two-bedroom suites; a fitness center; restaurant; high-tech meeting rooms; and indoor and outdoor swimming pools. The inner core of the 266,000-sq-ft building will contain a four-level parking garage with spaces for 390 vehicles. The project is valued at $60 million. Select Properties Inc., Attn: Clay Heckler, President, 2312 North Broad St., Colmar, Pa., 18915. DR#04-00787092.

New Jersey

China Construction America (CCA) plans to build a 1,000-unit apartment building with views overlooking the Hudson River in Jersey City. The project is valued at between $350 million and $450 million and will also include retail and parking. CCA, Attn: Art Blattner, Project Manager, 525 Washington Blvd., Ste. 1688, Jersey City, 07310. DR#12-00438257.

New York

The New York City Dept. of Environmental Protection plans to make repairs to the Catskill Aqueduct to ensure that it is in a state of good repair prior to the shutdown of the Rondout West Branch Tunnel in 2021. The project, which is valued at $138 million, will also provide for the cleaning of the aqueduct to recover lost transmission capacity as a result of biofilm growth. NYCDEP, Attn: Greg Hall, Contract Administrator, 5917 Junction Blvd., Fl. 17, Flushing, 11373. DR#13-00439501.


20 Security Drive LLC plans to redevelop a 20-plus-acre site in Avon that includes existing buildings and a parking garage. The redevelopment might include retail, housing and office space. The project is valued at between $25 million and $50 million. 20 Security Drive LLC, Attn: Mark Greenberg, Principal, 184 Fern Ave., Litchfield, 06759. DR#10-00630529.


Hartford Hospital plans to build a new health care bone and joint institute that will connect to the existing hospital. The new medical office building will include 10 operating rooms and 50 inpatient beds. It will house the hospital's orthopedics and musculoskeletal care providers and services, including primary and specialty care, diagnostics, rehabilitation, rheumatology, neurology and pain management. There will also be an innovation center with a motion lab. The project is valued at $110 million. Hartford Hospital, Attn: Jeffrey Flaks, COO, 80 Seymour St., Hartford, 06106. DR#14-00487140.

New York

Amy's Kitchen plans to construct a 500,000-sq-ft manufacturing plant in Goshen. The project is valued at $95 million. Amy's Kitchen, Attn: Amy Berliner, Project Manager, P.O. Box 7868, Santa Rosa, Calif., 95407. DR#14-00420291.

New York

Canandaigua-Finger Lakes Resort LLC plans to build a 153,100-sq-ft resort on Lakeshore Drive. The project will include 111 rooms, a 400-seat conference center, restaurant, pool and spa. Sitework and demolition is under way, with construction expected to begin in June. The project is valued at $54 million. Canandaigua-Finger Lakes Resort LLC, Attn: David Genecco, Principal, 205 Lakeshore Dr., Canandaigua, 14424. DR#10-00622752.


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City University of New York (CUNY) is seeking bidders for the renovation of the basement in Baruch College's Field Building. Work includes lowering the lobby as well as structural, mechanical and electrical and plumbing systems. The project is valued at between $28 million and $31 million. CUNY, Attn: Michael Feeney, Chief of Consultants, 555 West 57th St., 11th Fl., New York, 10019. DR#12-00552252.

New York

The State University of New York (SUNY) at Stony Brook is seeking general contractor bidders for the construction of a 400-bed residence hall and a 60,000-sq-ft general campus dining facility. The project is valued at $48 million. SUNY at Stony Brook, Attn: Marie D'Andrea, Contracts Officer, Research & Development Park Building 17, Ste. 160, Stony Brook, 11794. DR#10-00620176.


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