DOB Digest: SOE Filed for 275 4th Avenue in Gowanus, Corona Infill, and More

275 4th Avenue275 4th Avenue, image by Adam America/ODA Architecture

Brooklyn:

275 4th AvenueDeveloper Adam America has filed in “support of excavation” for their 11-story and  78-unit mixed-use building at 273-281 4th Avenue, in Gowanus. Demolition of the existing McDonald’s has been approved, and is scheduled to begin today. ODA Architecture is designing the nearly 65,000 square-foot building, which will include 4,500 square feet for commercial use.

434 Manhattan AvenueAn anonymous LLC filed applications to construct a four-story and 10-unit residential building of 6,715 square feet at the vacant lots of 430-440 Manhattan Avenue, in Greenpoint. Edward F. Zevallos is designing the building, which will sit at the north corner of Manhattan Ave. and Bayard Street.

730 Bergen StreetDevelopers have filed in “support of excavation” for a four-story and three-unit residential building of 4,903 square feet at the vacant lot of 730 Bergen Street, in Prospect Heights; S3 Architecture is designing.

Queens:

38-60 13th StreetAn anonymous LLC has filed applications for a 10-story and 72-room hotel of nearly 25,000 square-feet at 38-60 13th Street, in Astoria. An existing one-story warehouse structure must be demolished; Chang Hwa Tan is designing.

103-16 Corona AvenueDaniela R LLC has filed applications to construct a four-story and 16-unit residential building of 11,615 square feet at the vacant lots of 103-14 – 103-16 Corona Avenue, in Corona. Delargent Design has also incorporated a small community facility within the building.

101-03 Radcliff AvenueGreg R1 LLC has filed applications to construct three, three-story and three-unit residential buildings totaling 8,249 square feet at the vacant lots of 101-03 – 101-09 Radcliff Avenue, in Corona; Delargent Design is the architect of record.

Staten Island:

27 Starr AvenueMichael Savo has filed applications to construct three, three-story and single-family abodes at the vacant lots of 11-27 Starr Avenue, in West Brighton; each building will span nearly 2,500 square feet.

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