The construction at 615 Tenth Avenue is nearly completed and the building, that will house Target on the ground floor, has a name — Bloom on Forty Fifth.

They had originally planned to call the development Hudson Gardens, but had a change of mind.

The Hell’s Kitchen construction of the seven-story, 92 apartment condo is nearing completion, with Target opening their 29,000 sq. ft. store on Sunday, October 25. It will be Target’s fourth store in the city and will retail clothing, fresh produce, grab-and-go items, home furnishings, beauty products, and portable technology.

Compass has just started to market apartments, with a studio coming in at $750,000, a one-bedroom apartment selling for $975,000, and a two-bedroom, two-bathroom 1,033 sq. ft. apartment on the market for $1,895,000.

The “light-filled residential oasis” was designed by Marvel Architects and developed by Xin Development International. It’s built on the site old Hess/Speedway Gas Station between W44/45th Street.

The sidewalk scaffolding is still up, but it will be coming down in the coming weeks.