Permits have been filed for an eight-story apartment building at 583 Emerald Street in Lindenwood, Brooklyn. Located between Linden Boulevard and Loring Avenue, the corner lot is about eight city blocks south of the Grant Avenue subway station, serviced by the A train. Daniel Rad of Radson Development is listed as the owner behind the applications.
Permits have been filed for two three-story residential buildings at 155-12 and 155-14 Fairfield Place, in Lindenwood, Queens. The site is a mile and a half from the Aqueduct Racetrack Subway Station, and the JFK Airport Subway Station, both serviced by the A trains. Harris Hussnain, owner of the site, will be responsible for the development.
Property owner Zios Sachtouris has filed applications for a four-story, six-unit residential building at 82-22 South Conduit Avenue, in Lindenwood. The structure will measure 11,905 square feet and its residential units should average 1,273 square feet apiece, indicative of condominiums. The residences will take on a townhouse-style configuration, with each unit spanning across all four levels. Each unit will come with a single, enclosed parking space on the ground floor. Anthony C. Villano’s Brooklyn-based ACV Architecture is the architect of record. The 10,188-square-foot site, which is currently vacant, fronts a street that doesn’t exist yet. According to the tax lot map, there’s going to be a new street that diagonally connects Linden Boulevard and 149th Avenue. The dead ends of 80th, 81st, 82nd, and 84th streets will connect to the new street. For reference, the new building will be located between 82nd and 84th streets.
Property owner Huiqing Hu, doing business as an anonymous Flushing-based LLC, has filed applications for a three-story, seven-unit residential building at 77-06 155th Avenue, in Lindenwood. The structure will measure 6,059 square feet and its residential units should average 866 square feet apiece. Amenities include a nine-car parking garage and a rooftop recreational area. Chuandong Hao’s Bayside-based HCD Architect is the architect of record. The site is currently occupied by a two-and-a-half-story wood-framed house and demolition permits were filed for it in May. The site is located within a sunken section of the neighborhood that remains detached from the street grid and vulnerable to flooding.
In the borderlands of East New York and Lindenwood, where Brooklyn meets Queens, property owner Luz Perez Ortiz has filed applications for two two-family residential buildings at 1460-1462 Blake Avenue. The development would measure 7,272 square feet in total, and its four residential units would average a spacious 1,818 square feet apiece. Each structure would rise three stories in height, although units would be located on the upper two levels only. The neighborhood, dubbed The Hole, is frequently subject to flooding and is severely disinvested in by the city. The site, however, is located just west of the most sunken streets, some of which are 30 feet below grade. Felix Tambasco’s Brooklyn-based Sears Tambasco Architecture is the applicant of record.