A vacant lot in the Bronx’s Foxhurst neighborhood is about to sprout an eight-story building. Applications filed by the Stagg Group show the structure will have a total area of about 56,000 square feet, of which, 42,509 square feet will be residential space, to be divided amongst 63 rental apartments. There will be nine units per floor, as well as a 17-car parking garage on the first floor of the project. There will also be another 15 parking spaces in an off-street surface parking lot. Edmund Fogel of WMW Architects, P.C. is listed as the architect of record, and the site is located one block north of the Intervale Avenue stop on the 2 and 5 trains.
New building applications have been filed for 1082 Hall Place, in the Bronx’s Foxhurst neighborhood, for a lot with two existing structures. Presumably, the low-slung warehouse/garage will be demolished to make way for a new four-story and eight-unit residential structure, totaling 5,909 square feet. Victor Suben of Royal Engineering, P.C. is listed as the architect, and Urbana Sanchez, of 1082 Hall Place Realty, Inc., is developing.
One block northeast of the Intervale Avenue stop on the 2 and 5 trains, new building applications have been filed for a mixed-use structure at 961 Westchester Avenue, in the Bronx’s Foxhurst neighborhood. The building will have a total construction area of just over 35,000 square feet, with 4,937 square feet of commercial space on the ground floor, 6,613 square feet of community facility space on the second floor, and 22,078 square feet of residential space on floors three through seven. The project’s 24 units will average about 910 square feet apiece, possibly indicating condominiums. Panos Vikatos is the site’s architect, and Tony Roussos of Westchester Ave LLA LLC is the developer.
Real estate watchers are keeping an eye on development in the Bronx, as talks over the future of the 421-a tax break, which greased the skids for new construction in the borough, drag on into the ninth month. Despite the impasse, developers are still planning small buildings in the Bronx.
Last week, developer Bronx Pro Group filed plans for an affordable, senior housing development that would replace an abandoned church at 1017 Home Street, in a South Bronx neighborhood known as Foxhurst.