The Beechwood Organization is developing a six-story, 195-unit apartment-hotel on a vacant plot of land on the western end of Meadowbrook Point, a 720-unit senior residential community they recently finished at 1100 Corporate Drive, in Nassau County’s East Garden City. According to Real Estate Weekly, the building, dubbed The Vanderbilt, will host 178 residential units and 17 hotel suites. The residential units will be rental apartments, coming in studio, one-, and two-bedroom configurations. Amenities include an English garden, a fitness center, a yoga room, a library, entertainment rooms, a café, meeting rooms, and a private courtyard featuring a pool and restaurant. Stonehill & Taylor Architects will be designing the interiors. The foundation was recently laid, and construction is expected to finish in late 2018.
A huge vacant lot in the heart of Arverne, in the Rockaways, is about sprout a seven-story apartment building. Benjamin Companies and Beechwood Organization have filed plans for an 88-unit building at 6804 Tides Road, a newly created street off Rockaway Beach Boulevard between Beach 68th and 69th Streets.
Benjamin Companies and the Beechwood Organization have filed applications for a seven-story, 126-unit mixed-use building at 190 Beach 69th Street, in Arverne, Queens, located just south of the Beach 67th Street stop on the A train. The building is part of Arverne by the Sea’s multi-family phase dubbed “The Tides.” It’s the mega-project’s final phase, and roughly 2,300 townhouses have already built on the surrounding oceanfront, according to The Real Deal. This building will measure 151,760 square feet in total, and the residential space will amount to 105,442 square feet, which means units will average 837 square feet apiece. Commercial-retail space and car parking will be located in a ground-floor podium. Urbahn Architects is the applicant of record and developers expect to break ground within the coming months.
Beechwood Organization has demolish the dilapidated warehouses at 5 Atlantic Avenue, in East Rockaway, and is now backfilling the property to make way for an 84-unit residential development. The project, dubbed Marina Pointe, will consists of four-story buildings in the form of attached townhouses and condominiums, LI Herald reports. Site preparation should be complete by early 2016, with construction following shortly after. Completion is expected before 2017. The site is located across the street from the East Rockaway Long Island Rail Road station, in southern Nassau County.