DOB Digest: 10-Story Building Coming to 1444 3rd Avenue, Brooklyn Booming, and More

1444 3rd Avenue1444 3rd Avenue, image via Google Maps

Manhattan:

1444 3rd Avenue: DRK Third Avenue LLC has filed fresh permits to construct a 10-story, nine-unit residential building at 1444 3rd Avenue on the Upper East Side. The proposed building would total 25,269 square feet — including ground-floor retail — and will replace a brick low-rise.

Bronx:

1020 Carroll Place: Thorobird Companies LLC has filed excavation permits for 1020 Carroll Place in the Concourse. The developer’s plan is to construct a 12-story residential building housing 50 apartments, based on building applications filed in April. The existing development site is both triangular and vacant.

Queens

45-41 162nd Street: H&V Management I LLC has filed building applications to construct four, three-story townhouse at 45-35 – 45-41 162nd Street in Flushing. Each townhome will house two residential units, and span 3,619 square-feet. The majority of the lots are vacant, but 45-37 162nd houses a two-story wood-framed home that has already been approved for demolition.

Brooklyn

127 South 1st StreetStructural system drawings have been submitted with building applications to construct a four-story, two-unit low-rise at 127 South 1st Street in Williamsburg. The proposal would require the demolition of a dilapidated one-story warehouse. ND Architecture & Design is designing the 3,306 square-foot structure.

10 Lexington Avenue: 10 Lex Holdings LLC has filed building applications for a five-story, 81-unit residential building at 10-14 Lexington Avenue in Clinton Hill. The structure will total 54,834 square feet, and demolition permits for the existing warehouse were approved in March. Zambrano Architectural Design is the architect of record.

137 Grand Street: Excavation and foundation filings are up for a four-story, two-unit low-rise 137 Grand Street, in Williamsburg. Building applications reveal spacious abodes and high ceilings, as the building’s roof will be 50 feet up. Julien Flander is listed as the architect of record for the 3,118 square-foot structure.

770 Lafayette Avenue: Applications are up for a four-story, seven-unit low-rise at 770 Lafayette Avenue in Bedford-Stuyvesant. The adjacent vacant lot — at 766-768 Lafayette — is also being developed, but by a different LLC. The proposed 5,398 square-foot building would replace a two-story, wood-framed townhouse.

2290 Atlantic Avenue: Saint George Houses Inc has submitted building applications to construct a three-story, two-unit walk-up at 2290 Atlantic Avenue in Brownsville. The lot contains a one-story structure that must be demolished, and although it’s not included in the application, the adjacent lot at 2288 Atlantic is also vacant. Bras Design Inc is designing the 2,771 square-foot structure.

686 MacDonough Street: Gil Holdings LLC has filed building applications to construct a four-story, six-unit walk-up at 686 MacDonough Street in Bedford-Stuyvesant. The lot comes vacant and is ready for construction; the structure will measure 3,920 square feet.

729 Decatur Street: Decatur Opportunity LLC has filed building applications for a four-story, six-unit walk-up at 729 Decatur Street in Bedford-Stuyvesant. The building will span 4,214 square-feet, and will rise on a vacant lot between wood-framed townhouses.

Staten Island

28 Bloomingdale RoadBloomingdale Associates Inc has filed permits to construct three, three-story townhouse at 24-30 Bloomingdale Road in Prince’s Bay. Each townhouse will have two units, and span between 3,500 and 3,900 square-feet. 28 Bloomingdale has an existing three-story wood-framed house that was approved for demolition earlier this month.

36 Portsmouth Avenue: The property owner of 36 Portsmouth Avenue in Todt Hill has filed building applications to construct a three-story, single family residence spanning 4,536 square-feet. The existing one-story wood-framed house was approved for demolition back in February.

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