Permits have been filed for 14-61 127th Street, in the College Point Neighborhood of Queens. The project is slated to become a 60 foot tall mixed-use structure with space split between a hotel and a community facility. The location has gained notoriety over the past few months due to community unrest over the construction plans.
Permits have been filed for two buildings at 3315 and 3317 Parkside Place, in The Bronx’s Norwood. The site is eight blocks away from the 205th Street Subway Station, the final stop for the D train. The Williamsbridge Train Station, serviced by Metro-North, is two blocks away. Atlantis Development will be responsible for the project.
Permits have been filed for a four-story mixed-use building at 237 Utica Avenue in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. The site is two blocks away from the Utica Avenue Subway Station on Eastern Parkway, serviced by the 2, 3, 4, and 5 trains, and nine blocks away from the Utica Avenue Subway Station on Fulton Street, serviced by the A and C trains. Utica Avenue Realty Corporation will be responsible for the development.
Permits have been filed for a four-story mixed-use building at 116-01 101st Avenue in South Ozone Park, Queens. The site is two avenues away from the Lefferts Boulevard Subway Station, the last stop in Queens for the A train. SP 116th Realty will be responsible for the development.
Renderings have been revealed for the rooftop recreation terrace on top of Brooklyn Point, located at 138 Willoughby Street, in Downtown Brooklyn. Swimmers will be able to look over the East River to Downtown and Midtown Manhattan, and once complete, it will be the highest residential infinity pool in the Western Hemisphere. The tower rises up 720 feet, nearly a hundred feet higher than the Marina Bay Sands Hotel and its rooftop pool in Singapore. Matthews Nielsen Landscape Architects will be responsible for the site, which also includes a sundeck, outdoor dining area, changing room and showers, and outdoor movie screening space.