Stellar Management is seeking city approval to add 14,000 square feet of ground-floor retail to the base of their 30-story, 200-unit residential building at 70 West 93rd Street, on the Upper West Side, according to DNAinfo. The expansion would include five retail units and a reconfigured lobby. The area around the building is currently a concrete plaza, and approval from City Planning is required. Richard Metsky is one of the designers.
Steven Goldschmied, of GPS Capital, has filed applications for a four-story, eight-unit residential building at 378 Harman Street, in northern Bushwick, two blocks from the Knickerbocker Avenue stop on the M train. The building will measure 5,410 square feet, which means units will average a rental-sized 675 square feet. Julien Flander is the applicant of record, and the lot is currently vacant.
Queen’s-based B&H Contracting Group has filed applications for a seven-story, seven-unit residential building spanning the vacant through-block lot at 1701 Anthony Avenue, in Claremont, just below the Cross-Bronx Expressway. The building will measure 8,466 square feet and will boast surprisingly large apartments, averaging 1,210 square feet each. Percy Griffin’s Griffin Architect & Planner is the applicant of record.
Last Fall, YIMBY revealed renderings of the three-story, 115,000 square-foot proton beam therapy center being developed by Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, Montefiore Medical Center, Mount Sinai Hospital and ProHEALTH at 225 East 126th Street, in East Harlem. Now, Commercial Observer reports the site has finally traded hands for $26 million. Construction is expected to begin this Summer for a Spring 2018 completion. VOA Associates is designing.
Jewel Saeed, operating under an LLC, has filed applications for a seven-story, 46-unit mixed-use building at 26-02 4th Street, on Hallets Point, a piece of land poking out into the East River in Astoria. In the 42,340 square-foot building, the first two floors will house a healthcare facility measuring 10,435 square feet. The residential units, averaging 695 square feet, will spread across the upper five floors.
A three-story building must first be demolished. The building was formerly a factory before its residential conversion in 1995, now housing 13 units of supportive housing. Gerald Caliendo is the architect of record.