New York

53-62 61st Street

Four Three-Story Buildings With 11 Residential Units Coming To 53-62 61st Street, Maspeth

Midtown South-based Shimon Properties has filed applications for four three-story, two-to-three-unit residential buildings at 53-60 – 53-68 61st Street, located on the corner of 54th Avenue in Maspeth. Three of the buildings will measure 3,640 square feet each and contain three apartments apiece. The fourth building will measure 4,360 square feet and will feature 1,270 square feet of medical offices on the ground floor, followed by two apartments on the floors above. Across all four buildings, the units should average 870 square feet apiece. David Nagan’s Fresh Meadows-based King David Architecture is the architect of record. The 10,823-square-foot assemblage is occupied by two single-story rowhouses. Demolition permits were filed in August.




1795 45th Street

Three-Story, 3,800-Square-Foot Mixed-Use Commercial Building Coming To 1795 45th Street, Borough Park

Brooklyn-based USA Prince Properties has filed applications for a three-story, 3,792-square-foot mixed-use commercial building at 1795 45th Street, located on a wedge-shaped lot on the corner of Dahill Road in eastern Borough Park. There will be an equal amount of commercial and community facility space spread across all three levels, per the Schedule A. Kenneth Thomas’s Hudson Valley-based firm is the applicant of record. The 1,896-square-foot lot is vacant. The 18th Avenue stop on the F train is a block away.


439 36th Street

Two-Story, Two-Unit Rowhome Renovated At 439 36th Street, Greenwood Heights

Property owner Richard Juliano has completed the renovation of the two-story, two-unit rowhome at 439 36th Street, in Greenwood Heights. The 35-foot-tall structure, which includes a basement, received a new façade, a redesigned interior, and upgraded appliances and infrastructure components. Samuel Choi’s Brooklyn-based S&K Building System Solutions is the applicant of record. Move-ins can probably be expected imminently, if it’s not already occupied. The 36th Street stop on the D, N, and R trains is at the corner of the block.


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