Four Three-Story, Two-Family Townhouses Planned at 69 Elvin Street, Castleton Corners, Staten Island

69 Elvin StreetVacant 69 Elvin Street. Image via Google Maps.

A Staten Island-based property owner has filed applications for four three-story, two-family townhouses at 61-73 Elvin Street, in Castleton Corners, on Staten Island’s North Shore. The buildings will measure 2,878 square feet each. Across all four, the residential units should average 1,231 square feet apiece. In each structure, one unit will spread across the basement and first levels, while the second unit will take up the second and upper mezzanine levels. Anthony Scaglione’s Staten Island-based architecture firm is the architect of record. The 17,177-square-foot plot, at the corner of Gannon Avenue North, is vacant.

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3 Comments on "Four Three-Story, Two-Family Townhouses Planned at 69 Elvin Street, Castleton Corners, Staten Island"

  1. A comment before David!

    Just wanted to say thanks for your coverage of the small projects, in addition to the big guys. As a young engineer who wants to move into the NYC development scene – and who wants to make a push against all of the “f*cking ugly buildings”, it is an immense resource to have updates of the latest building projects at my fingertips. Keep up the good work.

  2. On four three-story reached an agreement, after the project plans and decision to Staten Island.

  3. StatenIslander1967 | December 30, 2016 at 5:00 pm |

    I must say, in one respect the last thing we need are more homes that crowd more cars into a very limited space. However, I live about 200 feet from this site, and it is a rat hole. Actually, in the most literal sense it is a rat hole- rodents, garbage, unkept, etc. for years. This is one of those cases where a development is more than welcome.

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