Developer Piermont Properties has released the first renderings of a new, six-story multi-residential development at 188-11 Hillside Avenue in Hollis, Queens. Designed by Meltzer/Mandl Architects as a consultant for EDI International, the building will eventually comprise a mix of market-rate rental apartments, community-oriented facilities, and two levels of sub-grade parking.
An anonymous Jamaica-based development firm has filed applications for a three-story, four-unit residential building at 94-74 199th Street, in Hollis, Queens. The project will measure 5,511 square feet and its resdiential units should average 1,378 square feet apeice, indicative of condominiums. There will be two off-street parking spaces. Jin Woo Jang’s Little Neck-based architecture firm is the architect of record. The 8,155-square-foot property is vacant. The site’s two-story residential predecessor was demolished back in 2006. The Hollis Long Island Rail Road station is five blocks away.
ACME New York Properties Inc. has filed applications for two three-story, three-unit residential buildings at 190-24 – 190-26 Woodhull Avenue, in Hollis, located a block from the neighborhood’s Long Island Rail Road station. Each one will measure 6,392 square feet, and across both buildings, the residential units should average a spacious 1,598 square feet apiece. The apartments will span an entire floor and will probably feature family-sized configurations, featuring multiple bedrooms. Richmond Hill-based Hansa Building Engineering Services is the applicant of record. The 50-foot-wide plot is currently vacant. Its two-story predecessor was demolished back in 2012.
Guy Iber, doing business as an anonymous Brooklyn-based LLC, has filed applications for four three-story, three-family residential buildings at 188-21 – 188-27 Woodhull Avenue, in Hollis, located three blocks from the neighborhood’s Long Island Rail Road station. Each structure will measure 5,207 square feet, although the residential space across the entire development will add up to 15,624 square feet. That means full-floor units will average a family-sized 1,302 square feet apiece. Akeeb Shekoni’s Queens-based Askon Architects is the architect of record. Permits were filed last September to demolished the existing two-and-a-half-story house.
The City’s Human Resources Administration is pushing to make six long-vacant, two-story buildings on Hollis Avenue – between 202nd and 204th Streets, in Hollis Queens – into permanent affordable housing for homeless veterans. The roughly 120-unit complex is in the midst of gut renovations, according to DNAinfo. The Bluestone Group is currently leasing the properties, which span 202-04 to 203-24 Hollis Avenue, from Rita Stark. The buildings are now being furnished, although there’s no word yet on when move-ins can be expected.