Eight Single-Family Houses Planned At 134 Elizabeth Street, Port Richmond, Staten Island

641 Delafield AvenuePre-demolition 641 Delafield Avenue, photo by Nicholas Rizzi for DNAinfo

Alan Becker, doing business as an anonymous Staten Island-based LLC, has filed applications for eight two-story, single-family houses at 134-154 Elizabeth Street and 647-651 Delafield Avenue, in Port Richmond, located on Staten Island’s north shore. The houses will come in various sizes; beginning with the smallest, there will be two that measure 2,183 square feet in total, four that will measure 2,294 square feet, and two that will measure 4,589 square feet. The new homes will include off-street parking and basement levels. Staten Island-based Stanley Krebushevski is the architect of record. The 23,801-square-foot plot of land was subdivided in November. The site was once occupied by the burned-out House of Miracles Church until it was demolished last December.

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1 Comment on "Eight Single-Family Houses Planned At 134 Elizabeth Street, Port Richmond, Staten Island"

  1. staten island guy | March 22, 2016 at 8:28 am |

    New houses good for area but still an unsafe neighborhood. Sad to see church go.

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