Jamaica-based property owner Nathan Somehk has filed applications for three two-story, two-family houses at 257-37 – 257-43 147th Drive, in southern Rosedale, located roughly a mile from the neighborhood’s Long Island Rail Road station. Each of them will 3,599 square feet, and their full-floor residential units should average a family-sized 1,197 square feet apiece. All three structures will feature a laundry room in the cellar as well as two off-street automobile parking spots. Queens-based Gerald J. Caliendo is the applicant of record. The 120-foot-wide lot is currently occupied by a one-and-a-half-story house. Demolition permits were filed in February.
Long Island-based Collier Realty has filed applications for six two-story, two-family houses, two between 434-436 Beach 29th Street and four between 429-437 Beach 28th Street, in the Wave Crest section of Far Rockaway, Queens. The Beach 29th Street buildings will measure 3,520 square feet each, and their full-floor units should average 1,173 square feet apiece. The Beach 28th Street buildings will measure 3,300 square feet each, and their full-floor units should average 1,100 square feet apiece. Long Island-based Shahriar Afshari is the applicant of record. The block-thru development plot, located two blocks south of the Beach 25th Street stop on the A train, is currently vacant.
Developer Phipps Houses hopes to rezone an industrial area just south of Sunnyside Yards in Queens, in order to build a large affordable rental building. We came across initial renderings and new details for the 10-story building in zoning documents, which were posted before Phipps pitched their project to the City Planning Commission on Monday.
Construction is finally wrapping up on a long-stalled four-story, mixed-use building at 19-80 Steinway Street (a.k.a. 19-73 38th Street), in the Ditmars-Steinway section of northern Astoria. DNAinfo reports all of the project’s 83 residential units will rent at below-market rates. The building is dubbed Steinway Estates and its apartments will come in studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom configurations. The ground-floor will contain 17,785 square feet of retail space, 2,400 square feet of medical office space, and a 219-car parking garage. Amenities include 12,000 square feet of storage space, a fitness center, and a laundry in the cellar, in addition to a rooftop terrace. Queens-based Gerald J. Caliendo Architect is the architect of record. Bronx-based Steve Zervoudis is listed as the property owner, and occupancy can probably be expected later this year.
In January, the 12-story, 87-unit residential building under development at 41-22 24th Street, in the Queens Plaza section of Long Island City, was seven stories above street level. Now, The Court Square Blog reports the 85,582-square-foot project has topped out 120 feet above street level. Curtain wall installation has not begun yet, although the structure is currently completely veiled in scaffolding and work should begin soon. The rental apartments should average 761 square feet apiece, and amenities listed in the Schedule A include a rooftop terrace, storage for 45 bikes, a 21-car parking garage, a fitness center, entertainment rooms, a laundry room, and tenant storage space. Lions Group is the developer and MY Architect is behind the design. Completion is expected by the end of this year.