1729 Haight Avenue: The owner of 1729 Haight Avenue — a vacant lot located in Morris Park — has filed to construct a three-story and three-unit residential building of 3,748 square feet; Gino O. Longo is designing.
1901 East Tremont Avenue: An anonymous LLC has filed applications to construct a one-story commercial building of 6,404 square feet at the vacant sliver of 1901 East Tremont Avenue, in Parkchester.
535 Flushing Avenue: Herab Realty has filed applications to construct a six-story and six-unit mixed-use building of nearly 13,000 square feet at vacant lots of 533-537 Flushing Avenue, at the northwestern corner of Flushing and Lee Avenues, in Williamsburg. The Jeffrey Kamen-designed building will have 2,900 square feet for commercial use, and roughly 1,100 square feet for a community facility.
306 MacDougal Street: Meir Meisels had filed applications to construct a four-story and eight-unit residential building of 5,455 square feet at the vacant lot of 306 MacDougal Street, in the eastern corner of Bedford-Stuyvesant; Leonid Segal is the architect of record.
2008 East 3rd Street: The property owner of 2008 East 3rd Street — in Gravesend — has filed to construct a two-story single-family abode of 3,360 square feet; demolition of an existing two-story structure began in May, according to notifications.
925 Euclid Avenue: Developer Frank Lapetina has filed applications to construct six, two-story and two-unit townhouses — each spanning roughly 2,150 square feet — at the vacant northeastern corner of Euclid and Wortman Avenues, in East New York. The lots being utilized are 923-925 Euclid and 687-693 Wortman.
49 Tompkins Circle: Edward Esposito has filed applications to construct twin, two-story and single-family abodes — each of 2,580 square feet — at the vacant lots of 47-49 Tompkins Circle, in Tompkinsville.
26 Herbert Street: An anonymous LLC has filed applications to construct a three-story and two-unit residential building of 2,400 square feet at 26 Herbert Street, in the formerly wooded area of Prince’s Bay. In addition, the developer also filed applications for six, two-story and single-family houses for the newly paved Patricia Court, likely branching off Seguine Avenue to the east; each home will span roughly 1,900 to 2,000 square feet.
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