Northwell Health (formerly the North Shore-LIJ Health System) has filed applications for a two-story, 38,191-square-foot research building at 59-25 Little Neck Parkway, in Little Neck, Queens. The facility will feature a café and storage area/warehouse on the ground floor, followed by a business offices and laboratories on the second floor. Jeffrey Zutz’s NoMad-based Flad Architects is the architect of record. The 250-foot-wide, 56,000-square-foot property – bound by Little Neck Parkway, 59th Avenue, and 260th Street – is currently vacant. Until 2015, it was occupied by a two-story office building.
Ceres Realty Capital is proposing to transform the three-story (plus basement), multi-family residential building at 442 West 22nd Street, in Chelsea, into a single-family mansion. The proposed redevelopment would include the addition of a single-story penthouse, DNAinfo reported. Alteration permits haven’t been filed with the Buildings Department, but William Suk’s Midtown South-based Suk Designs is the architect. Suk is currently taking the project through the Landmarks Preservation Commission’s (LPC) approval process. Exterior alterations must be approved by the LPC as the property sits within the Chelsea Historic District. The building has been vacated with exception to one tenant.
A slew of affordable housing projects are headed for an industrial slice of the central Bronx sandwiched between the Cross Bronx Expressway and the elevated subway tracks. The latest development to join the list is a 10-story affordable residential building at 1880 Boston Road, in a long-neglected neglected neighborhood known as West Farms.
A small, pre-Civil War residential building in Brooklyn will be returned to something resembling its former glory. On Tuesday, the Landmarks Preservation Commission approved the restoration of 121 Congress Street. That’s located between Hicks Street and Henry Street in the Cobble Hill Historic District.
The loss of the 421-a tax abatement has certainly hurt development in the Bronx, but a few determined builders are still venturing out to parts of the borough where new construction is rare. Chelsea-based developer Kim Tasher has filed plans for a five-story residential and medical building at 1144 Evergreen Avenue, in the southeast Bronx neighborhood of Soundview.