DOB Digest: 55 West 17th Street Kicks Off, Filings for 299 Livingston Street, More

299 Livingston299 Livingston pre-demo, from Google Maps


55 West 17th Street: Toll Brothers City Living has filed applications for excavation at 55 West 17th Street, in Chelsea — the site of a planned 19-story and 51-unit residential building. Demolition of the existing six-story structure began in August.


1936 West Farms Road: Pankaj Shah — of Shri Sainath LLC — has filed applications for foundation and structural work in conjunction with a 14-story and 153-unit mixed-use building. The project totals nearly 237,000 square feet, and is located at the vacant lot of 1936 West Farms Road, in West Farms; NDG Architect is designing.


299 Livingston Street: A slew of additional applications were submitted to the DOB in preparation for a 17-story and 37-unit residential building of nearly 37,800 square feet, filed in August at 299 Livingston Street, in Downtown Brooklyn. Existing low-rise structures must still be demolished.

194 22nd Street: Praim Singh — of 194 22nd Street LLC — has filed applications to construct a five-story and seven-unit residential building of 4,988 square feet at 194 22nd Street, in South Slope. An existing two-story structure passed pre-demolition inspection in August, and Gee 2000 is designing.

664 Jefferson Avenue: Boaz Gilad — of Decatur Upreal LLC — has filed applications to construct a four-story and seven-unit residential building of 4,856 square feet at 664 Jefferson Avenue, in Bedford-Stuyvesant. The site’s two-story predecessor was demolished in August, and Suresh Manchanda is listed as the architect of record.


212 Targee Street: Phil Farinacci has filed applications to construct a two-story and single-family abode of 1,650 square feet at the vacant lot of 212 Targee Street, in Clifton.

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