Permits have been filed for a property located at 269 Port Richmond Avenue, in the Elm Park neighborhood of Staten Island. The site is located within a developed commercial strip, and is fairly urban by the borough’s standards, located about a two mile drive from the St. George Ferry Terminal.
The project is slated to be a community facility and rise 56 feet divided between four stories.
The 18,600 square foot space is under development by Camelot, of Staten Island, which is listed on the signage of the extant structure. Posen Architects will be responsible for the design.
Demolition permits were filed for the existing low-slung occupants in December of 2017, however no completion date has been announced.