DOB Digest: Seven Stories, Five Units Coming to Vacant Washington Heights Lot, Filing Crunch Continues, More

505 West 168th StreetVacant lot of 505 West 168th Street, image via Google Maps (Aug. 2013)

MANHATTAN:

505 West 168th Street: Applications have been filed for a seven-story, five-unit mixed-use residential and community building measuring 12,935 square feet at the vacant lot of 505 West 168th Street, in Washington Heights; Fred Geremia is designing.

436 East 13th Street: An LLC has filed applications for two six-story, six-unit residential buildings — each spanning 10,002 square feet — at the lots of 436 and 442 East 13th Street, in the East Village. Vail Associates Architects is designing, and existing low-rise structure must first be demolished at both lots.

BRONX:

2552 Yates Avenue: Applications have been filed for a three-story, four-unit residential building of 3,370 square feet at the vacant lot of 2552 Yates Avenue, in Laconia; Fred Geremia is designing.

2231 Boller Avenue: Applications have been filed for two two-story, two-unit residential buildings — each measuring 2,200 square feet — to span the vacant lots of 2231-2233 Boller Avenue, in southern Baychester.

BROOKLYN:

2128 Ocean Avenue: Ocean Bay Building Management has filed additional applications for a planned nine-story, 56-unit residential building of 53,081 square feet at 2128 Ocean Avenue, in far-northern Sheepshead Bay. Building Consulting Engineering is the architect of record, and the existing two-story structure was approved for demolition in October.

280 St Marks Avenue: Escorial 280 SMA LLC has filed applications for a five-story, 32-unit residential building of 50,758 square feet to span 278-292 St Marks Avenue, in Prospect Heights. DXA Studio is designing, and an existing single-story warehouse was approved for demolition earlier this month.

4419 12th Avenue: Applications have been filed for a six-story, 10-unit mixed-use residential and community building totaling 24,050 square feet to span the lots of 4419-4423 12th Avenue, in northern Borough Park. Kenneth Thomas is designing, and an existing two-story structure must first be demolished.

4815 14th Avenue: Applications have been filed for a six-story, 10-unit mixed-use residential and community building totaling nearly 20,000 square feet at 4815 14th Avenue, in central Borough Park. Kenneth Thomas is designing, and an existing three-story structure must first be demolished.

99 Granite Street: An LLC has filed applications for a six-story, 26-unit residential building of 17,632 square feet at 99 Granite Street, in far-southern Bushwick. Thomas O’Hara is the architect of record, and an existing single-story structure must first be demolished.

1056 42nd Street: Applications have been filed for two six-story, 10-unit mixed-use buildings (each to measure nearly 17,700 square feet), and three four-story, four-unit residential buildings (each totaling between 5,500 and 6,000 square feet), all to span the lots of 1056-1074 42nd Street, in northern Borough Park. Kenneth Thomas is the architect of record, and an existing single-story structure was recently approved for demolition.

1275 41st Street: Applications have been filed for a four-story, eight-unit residential building of 10,816 square feet at 1275 41st Street, in northern Borough Park. Kenneth Thomas is designing, and an existing three-story townhouse must first be demolished.

774 53rd Street: An LLC has filed applications for a seven-story, 9,615 square-foot mixed-use commercial and community building at 774 53rd Street, in eastern Sunset Park. Jung Wor Chin is designing, and the existing two-story townhouse will be utilized in reconstruction.

1473 47th Street: JLF Realty Group has filed applications for a four-story, four-unit residential building of 8,810 square feet to span 1471-1473 47th Street, in central Borough Park. Kenneth Thomas is designing, and the existing two-story townhouse was approved for demolition in October.

1414 47th Street: An LLC has filed applications for a five-story, four-unit residential building of nearly 8,800 square feet at 1414 47th Street, in central Borough Park. Kenneth Thomas is designing, and an existing three-story structure must first be demolished.

513 Grand Avenue: Meier Family Limited Partnership has filed applications for a single-story, single-unit mixed-use building of 8,144 square feet at the vacant lot at 513 Grand Avenue, in far-western Crown Heights. Commercial space will measure 6,944 square feet, and Rizwan A. Salam is the architect of record.

QUEENS:

26-01 4th Street: Ming & Gardens Realty has filed applications for a 13-story, 118-unit mixed-use residential and “medical office” building totaling nearly 174,000 square feet at 26-01 4th Street, in far-western Astoria. HCD Architect is designing, and the existing two-story warehouse was approved for demolition last July.

140-18 Cherry Avenue: Elysium NY LLC has filed applications for a seven-story, 22-unit mixed-use residential and community building totaling 17,103 square feet at 140-18 Cherry Avenue, in Flushing. Cheng-Yang Lee is the architect of record, and an existing two-story structure must first be demolished.

46-40 Vernon Boulevard: Applications have been filed for a five-story, six-unit mixed-use building of nearly 7,500 square feet at 46-40 Vernon Boulevard, in Long Island City. Douglas Cutler is designing, and an existing three-story townhouse must first be demolished.

63-22 102nd Street: Rego Park Partner has filed applications for two three-story, three-unit residential buildings — each measuring 5,022 square feet — to span 63-12 – 63-22 102nd Street, in northern Forest Hills. John C. Chen is designing, and an existing two-story structure must first be demolished.

56-14 Van Cleef Street: 21-28 Realty Holdings has filed applications for a four-story, seven-unit residential building of nearly 5,000 square feet at 56-14 Van Cleef Street, in Corona. Frank Petruso is designing, and the existing two-story structure was approved for demolition last August.

53-12 102nd Street: Applications have been filed for a four-story, seven-unit residential building of nearly 5,000 square feet at 53-12 102nd Street, in Corona. Thomas Tung is the architect of record, and the existing single-story structure passed pre-demo inspection in August.

179-05 Linden Boulevard: Applications have been filed for a single-story, 4,259 square-foot commercial building at 179-05 Linden Boulevard, in St. Albans. Line Design is the architect of record, and an existing single-story structure must first be demolished.

148-16 Newport Avenue: Applications have been filed for a two-story, single-family residence measuring 4,070 square feet at 148-16 Newport Avenue, in Neponsit; Just Architecture is designing.

50-35 102nd Street: Applications have been filed for two three-story, three-unit residential buildings — each measuring 3,060 square feet — spanning the lots of 50-33 – 50-35 102nd Street, in Corona. An old 2.5-story structure was demolished in October.

160-18 121st Street: SLC Investors has filed applications for a two-story, two-unit residential building of 2,100 square feet at the vacant lot of 160-18 121st Street, in South Jamaica.

149-35 Delaware Avenue: Applications have been filed for a two-story, single-family residence of 2,000 square feet at 149-35 Delaware Avenue, in East Flushing. An existing 2.5-story structure must first be demolished.

1415 Cross Bay Boulevard: Applications have been filed for a three-story, two-unit residential building of 1,250 square feet at 1415 Cross Bay Boulevard, in Broad Channel. An existing single-story structure must first be demolished.

608 Bayside Avenue: Breezy Point Cooperative has filed applications for a two-story, single-family abode of 843 square feet at 608 Bayside Avenue, in Roxbury. The former Sandy-damaged abode was demolished in 2013.

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