DOB Digest: 643 Greenwich Street, Mid-Rise in Borough Park, More

643 Greenwich Street643 Greenwich Street, image by Barry Rice Architects

Manhattan:

643 Greenwich StreetThe Church of St. Lukes in the Fields has filed a slew of applications to construct a 12-story and 45-unit building of 170,098 square feet at the vacant northeast corner of Greenwich and Barrow Streets — or 643-651 Greenwich Street — in the West Village; community space will amount to 75,521 square feet. The LPC approved the project last spring; construction is imminent.

Brooklyn:

1128 36th AvenueApplications have been filed to begin excavation, foundation, and structural work on a planned seven-story and 27,800 square-foot mixed-use building at the vacant lots of 1128-1136 36th Avenue, in Borough Park; John Maniscalco is designing.

1415 67th Street: Andy Mak has filed applications for a three-story and nine-unit residential building of 6,000 square feet at the vacant lot of 1415 67th Street, in northern Bensonhurst; James Wu Chen is designing.

757 Bergen StreetOren Even-Har is filing applications for a three-story and three-unit residential building of nearly 5,500 square feet at 757 Bergen Street, in northwestern Crown Heights; the filings come amid buildings proposed for Nos. 755 and 753 Bergen Street. A two-story wood-framed structure was approved for demolition yesterday; Yevgeniy Rybak is designing.

24 Huntington StreetJonathan Chau — of 18 Huntington Realty LLC — has filed applications for three, three-story and three-unit residential buildings — each between 2,500 and 2,900 square feet — at the vacant lots of 20, 22 and 24 Huntington Street, in Red Hook; Edward Lui is designing.

Staten Island:

1087 Hylan BoulevardJohn Noce — of an anonymous LLC — has filed applications to construct a single-story and 2,662 square-foot retail building at 1087 Hylan Boulevard, in Concord; the site was previously home to a gas station.

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