115 King Street: King Equity Partners has filed applications for a three-story and 52,377 square-foot residential building — with an undetermined number of units — spanning 107-125 King Street, in Red Hook. A single-story structure at No. 115 was approved for demolition in August, and Jeffrey Cole is designing.
1122 Chestnut Avenue: An LLC has filed applications for a seven-story and 57-unit mixed-use building of 61,629 square feet — containing 12,562 square feet of commercial space — spanning the vacant lots of 1116-1124 Chestnut Avenue, in Midwood. Joseph Spector of Dome Architecture is designing.
2819 West 17th Street: Applications have been filed for a five-story and nine-unit residential building of 9,144 square feet at 2819 West 17th Street, on Coney Island; an existing three-story structure was approved for demolition in August, and Harry Hong is listed as the architect.
604 20th Street: Applications have been filed for a three-story and seven-unit residential building of 8,933 square feet spanning 594-604 20th Street, in Windsor Terrace; existing one- and two-story structures must first be demolished, and Rybak is designing.
217 Buffalo Avenue: An LLC has filed applications for a four-story and eight-unit residential building of 6,032 square feet at the vacant lot of 217 Buffalo Avenue, in eastern Crown Heights; Gregory Switzer is designing.
92-61 165th Street: Silverstone Property Development has refiled applications for a 14-story and 89-unit residential building at 92-61 165th Street, in Downtown Jamaica. An existing single-story structure was approved for demolition in August, and Aufgang is designing the structure, which will include 7,234 square feet of retail.
31-77 37th Street: An LLC has filed applications for a five-story and 29-unit residential building of nearly 20,000 square feet spanning 31-75 – 31-77 37th Street, in Astoria; an existing single-story structure must first be demolished, and T.F. Cusanelli & Filletti is designing.
429 Jersey Street: Applications have been filed for a three-story and two-unit mixed-use building of 3,000 square feet at the vacant lot of 429 Jersey Street, in St. George.