The Department of City Planning (DCP) is now reviewing proposals to construct two new affordable housing properties for seniors and a charter school in Arvene, Queens, a waterfront neighborhood on the Rockaway Peninsula. The proposed buildings will take shape along Beach 67th Street between Beach Channel Drive and Thursby Avenue.
Construction is now underway at 163 Beach 96th Street, a new 11-unit condominium building in Rockaway Beach, Queens. The building is designed by Michael Muroff Architect‘s New York City design studio and is expected to debut by the end of 2021.
Renderings from Fischer + Makooi Architects reveal a new mixed-use residential property at 133 Beach 116th Street in Rockaway Park, Queens. The asymmetrical, bifurcated structure comprises two vertical volumes split down the middle by private outdoor spaces associated with the residential component.
Beach Green Dunes Phase II has officially broken ground, representing the city’s continued investment to rehabilitate Far Rockaway following the devastation of Hurricane Sandy. The development will contain 127 rental units, which will be designated affordable housing for very low, low, and moderate income residents. The project will also contain 3,000 square feet of retail area and a parking structure designed to accommodate 50 motor vehicles.
If you thought the days of piling subsidized housing up on the edges of New York City were over, you thought wrong! Earlier today, an application was filed to construct a 154-unit senior housing facility…