Staten Island-based Javco Group Construction has filed applications for twin two-story, two-family residential buildings at 5304-5308 Amboy Road, in Huguenot, along Staten Island’s South Shore. The buildings will each measure 3,812 square feet and, across both, their full-floor residential units should average 1,178 square feet apiece. That means family-sized apartments are likely in the works. Each structure will also come with a 200-square-foot, single-car garage. James V. Morri’s Staten Island-based JVM Architect is the architect of record. The 75-foot-wide, 9,375-square-foot property was occupied by a two-story house until that structure was demolished over the summer.
A schematic diagram has been revealed of the 20-story, 112-unit mixed-use project planned at 91 Leonard Street, a.k.a. 351-355 Broadway, in TriBeCa. YIMBY initially reported on building applications nearly a year ago. Now YIMBY can report that foundation work is underway, as well, as seen in a photo posted to the YIMBY Forums.
In addition to projects at 480 Tenth Avenue and 500 West 52nd Street, the Clinton Housing Development Company (CHDC) is planning to build a 13-story, 110-unit mixed-use building at 552 West 52nd Street, in Hell’s Kitchen. The project will contain 110 affordable residential units geared towards artists.
A groundbreaking ceremony has been held for an eight-story, 68-unit mixed-use building at 54-25 101st Street, a.k.a. 54-15 101st Street, in Corona. The latest building permits indicate the project will measure 56,700 square feet and rise 80 feet in height, not including the bulkhead. There will be a 5,031-square-foot pre-kindergarten on the ground floor, followed by 68 affordable residential units, all designated for seniors, on the floors above. The apartments should average 688 square feet apiece.
The Sephardic Mikveh of Midwood has filed applications for a two-story, 8,143-square-foot ritualarium at 607 Avenue K, located on the corner of Ocean Parkway in Midwood. The facility will feature a ritual area in the cellar, administrative offices and a waiting area on the ground floor, and a multi-purpose room on the second floor. The Brooklyn-based Spiral Group is the architect of record of the 27-foot-tall structure. The 3,600-square-foot lot is vacant. Its three-story predecessor was demolished back in 2007. The Avenue J stop on the Q train is 10 blocks away.