DOB Digest: ODA Files for Lexin Capital’s 40-Story Luxury Tower at 75 Nassau in FiDi, More

75-83 Nassau StreetPre-demolition 75-83 Nassau Street (at right), image via Google Maps (Aug. 2013)

MANHATTAN:

75 Nassau Street: Lexin Capital has filed applications for a 40-story, 197-unit mixed-use tower — measuring nearly 229,000 square feet — at 75-83 Nassau Street, in the Financial District. ODA is designing the nearly 500-foot-tall structure, and existing six- and three-story buildings must first be demolished.

BRONX: 

3066 Buhre Avenue: Applications have been filed for a seven-story, 35-unit residential building measuring nearly 28,800 square feet at 3066 Buhre Avenue, in Middletown – Pelham Bay. Fernando Geremia is designing, and an existing two-story home must first be demolished.

BROOKLYN:

168 Avenue P: An LLC has filed applications for an eight-story, 30-unit residential building measuring nearly 30,000 square feet at 168 Avenue P, on the northern edge of Gravesend. Chi F. Lau is designing, and the existing two-story home was approved for demolition in February.

65 Irving Place: An LLC has filed applications for a four-story, six-unit residential building measuring nearly 5,900 square feet at the vacant lot 65 Irving Place, in southern Clinton Hill. Richard Allon is the architect of record.

QUEENS:

1716 Summerfield Street: An LLC has filed applications for a three-story, seven-unit residential building measuring 6,654 square feet at 1716 Summerfield Street, in southern Ridgewood. Barry Goldsmith is designing, and an existing two-story abode townhouse must first be demolished.

108-07 44th Avenue: Applications have been filed for two four-story, seven-unit residential buildings — each measuring nearly 4,400 and 4,900 square feet — at the vacant lots 108-03 – 108-07 44th Avenue, in North Corona. Chang Hwa Tan is designing.

10 West 10th Road: Applications have been filed for a three-story, single-family abode measuring 850 square feet at 10 West 10th Road, in Broad Channel. An existing single-story structure must first be demolished.

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