Permits have been filed for a four-story residential building at 449 Liberty Avenue in East New York, Brooklyn. Located between Wyona Street and Bradford Street, the interior lot is three blocks east of the Liberty Avenue subway station, serviced by the C train. Sal Mendolia is listed as the owner behind the applications.
Permits have been filed for a four-story residential building at 460 Seneca Avenue in Ridgewood, Queens. The site is five blocks away from Dekalb Avenue subway station in Bushwick, serviced by the L train, and eight blocks away from the Seneca Avenue subway station, serviced by the M train. Sal Mendolia is listed as responsible for the development.
The East New York development boom continues to gain steam, and new building applications have now been filed for a site somewhat removed from the majority of the neighborhood’s new construction, at 975 Liberty Avenue. The lot is located just to the south of Cypress Hills’ boundaries, two blocks north of the A and C trains’ Euclid Avenue stop. The construction area will measure just shy of 37,000 square feet, which will include a nine-car parking garage on the first floor, 478 square feet of commercial space, and 23,125 square feet of residential space, to be divided amongst 35 units. At an average size of 650 square feet, rentals are all but guaranteed. Vasilious Georgopolous of Panagis Georgopolous Architect PLLC is the architect of record, and Sal Mendolia of Liberty for All LLC is listed as the developer. An existing two-story structure must first be demolished.
Brooklyn-based property owner Sal Mendolia has filed applications for a five-story, 18-unit residential building at 3-31 St. Nicholas Avenue, in Ridgewood. The project will measure 16,903 square feet with residential units averaging 681 square feet each, which indicates they will be rental apartments. Amenities include off-street parking for nine cars, storage for nine bicycles, private residential storage, laundry facilities, and a rooftop recreation space. Panagis Georgopoulos’s Flushing-based architecture firm is the architect of record. The 65-foot-wide, 6,127-square-foot assemblage is partially occupied by a dilapidated single-story building. Demolition permits haven’t been filed. The Myrtle-Wyckoff Avenues stop on the M and L trains is three blocks away.
A parking lot for Wyckoff Heights Medical Center in Bushwick is about to become apartments. Owner Sal Mendolia has filed plans for an eight-story residential building at 371 Stockholm Street, between St. Nicholas and Wyckoff avenues.