Property owner Jenny Wu has filed applications for a six-story, 10-unit mixed-use building at 1430 West 4th Street, in eastern Bensonhurst, four blocks from the N train’s Bay Parkway stop. The building will measure 11,139 square feet in total, and will feature 2,394 square feet of health care facilities on the basement level. On the five floors above, residential units will average 875 square feet apiece. Zhen Yu Ye’s Bay Ridge-based Ye Development Inc. is the applicant of record. The site’s two-story predecessor was demolished in 2005.
Pik Wan Cheng, operating under an anonymous LLC, has filed applications for a five-story, 22-unit mixed-use building at 144-89 38th Avenue, in Murray Hill, four blocks from the LIRR station at 41st Avenue and 149th Street. The building will measure 20,384 square feet, and includes 5,550 square feet on the basement level for a children’s daycare. Residential units, averaging a rental-sized 675 square feet, will take up the first through fifth floors. Flushing-based Chang Hwa Tan is the architect of record, and permits were filed in July to remove a dilapidated two-story structure.
Whitestone-based Zankera Construction Inc. has filed applications for 10 three-story, multi-family residential buildings spanning 149-21 – 149-39 78th Street, in Lindenwood, directly east of Brooklyn’s Cypress Hills. The development will total 30 residential units — three per building — across 35,690 square feet of space, making for spacious average units of 1,190 square feet. Platonic Solids Architecture is designing, and the swath of land is currently vacant.
Late last year, Pink Stone Capital filed applications for a 51-story, 429-unit mixed-use tower with 23,000 square feet of retail space at 111 Washington Street, in the Financial District, and now the developer has tasked Cushman & Wakefield to market the site. In early 2014, YIMBY reported that the assemblage has 362,300 square feet of development rights, and according to the Daily News, Pink Stone expects to sell it for more than $170 million. Handel Architects was the architect of record for the old plans.
An 11-story, mixed-use building may rise along a busy six-lane stretch of Queens Boulevard in Kew Gardens, across the street from Queens Borough Hall and Criminal Court. A New Jersey-based builder has filed applications for a development with apartments, commercial and community facility space at 124-22 Queens Boulevard, between 82nd Avenue and 82nd Road.