Permits have been filed for a five-story residential building at 1819 Sedgwick Avenue in Morris Heights, The Bronx. The site is a block away from the Morris Heights subway station, serviced by Metro-North. The 176th Street subway station on the 4 train is 11 blocks away, and the 175th Street subway station is four blocks further, serviced by D trains. Gabriel & Juliet Inc. is listed as responsible for the development.
Queens-based property owner Robert Ustayev has filed applications for a four-story, four-unit residential building at 64-60 Austin Street, in Rego Park. The structure will measure 6,221 square feet and its residential units should average 1,244 square feet apiece, indicative of condominiums. The project will feature a townhouse-style apartment across the ground and second floors, followed by a single apartment on the third floor, and two units on the fourth floor. Robert Bahary’s Great Neck-based Bahary Architecture is the architect of record. The 19-foot-wide, 1,914-square-foot lot is currently occupied by a two-story brick house. The 63rd Drive-Rego Park stop on the M and R trains is five blocks away.
Ryan Garbo’s Brooklyn-based GB Properties has filed applications for a five-story, 10-unit residential building at 751 Lexington Avenue, in central Bedford-Stuyvesant, four blocks from the J train’s stop at Kosciuszko Street and Broadway. The building will measure 7,200 square feet, which means units will average a rental-sized 720 square feet. Great Neck-based Bahary Architecture is the architect of record, and an existing single-story brick structure must first be demolished.
On a 1,040 square-foot vacant lot in northern Williamsburg, GB Properties plans to build a three-story, two-unit mixed-use building measuring just 5,202 square feet. The piece of land is at 291 North 8th Street, two blocks north of the G train’s stop at Metropolitan Avenue, and the building will feature 3,131 square feet of retail space on the ground and cellar levels. Above, full-floor units will average 1,040 square feet apiece. Robert Bahary’s Great Neck-based Bahary Architecture is designing.