New building applications have been filed for a 14-story building at 128 West 26th Street, on the eastern edge of Chelsea. The structure will contain 2,047 square feet of retail space on the ground level, topped by 22,449 square feet of residential up above. The latter component will be divided between 13 units, or one per floor, with the average size of over 1,700 square feet indicative of condominiums. Panagiotis Vikatos is listed as the architect, and Gary Vinbaytel of 126 West 26th Street LLC is the developer.
The vacant lot on the corner of Bedford Avenue and Pacific Street, in Brooklyn’s Crown Heights neighborhood, is about to see a major new development. Building applications have been filed for a nine-story structure totaling just under 150,000 square feet, with 94 units in total. While that would normally translate into condominiums, back in January, DNAInfo reported that Newark-based Bedford Arms LLC was seeking to build affordable housing at the site. Now, with permits pulled, they are set to do just that. John Schimenti, P.C. Architect is listed as the designer, and with the lot already cleared, construction should begin imminently.
An existing structure at 679 East 21st Street, in Brooklyn’s Flatbush neighborhood, is about to bite the dust for a new six-story development. Permits filed with the Department of Buildings show that the replacement will total 10,645 square feet, to be divided between 17 apartments, with the average unit size of 626 square feet indicative of rentals. The building will also include a penthouse level. Boaz Golani’s Beam Group is designing the project, and Pena Jovanny of Kendy Construction Corp is listed as the site’s developer.
Building applications have been filed for a new development at 1480 New York Avenue, in East Flatbush, Brooklyn, and today YIMBY can reveal what the project will look like, with plans designed by Summer Alhamash of Heritage Architecture. The seven-story structure will contain a mix of community facility and residential space.
New Rochelle has seen several new high-rises announced over the past few weeks, but in between the new towers, infill development continues to improve the burgeoning edge city. Yesterday, The Printhouse, at 165 Huguenot Street, broke ground. The building will have 71 rental units, seven of which will be designated as affordable, and will rise six floors. Megalith Capital is developing alongside East & Hudson, while Magnusson Architecture and Planning is designing. The full rundown is available in the latest from the city’s Mayor’s Office.