A Briarwood-based LLC has filed applications for a three-story, 11,277-square-foot daycare center at 80-15 188th Street, in Fresh Meadows. The daycare facility will accommodate children ages one through five, according to the project’s Schedule A. The structure will feature an outdoor playground in the backyard and a second playground on the roof. Gerald J. Caliendo’s Briarwood-based architecture firm is the architect of record. The 50-foot-wide, 5,088-square-foot property is occupied by a two-story house. Demolition permits were filed in September.
Renderings have been revealed by Hill West Architects for Court Square City View Tower, expected to rise at 23-15 44th Drive, located on the corner of 23rd Street in the heart of Long Island City. The architect’s website states the mixed-use project will rise 66 stories and contain 802 condominium units.
Albany still hasn’t resurrected the 421-a tax exemption program, and developers of big affordable housing projects have become tired of waiting for a tax break that may not return. Now Procida Companies is pushing forward with one of those developments, a 300-unit affordable housing complex at 96 New Lots Avenue in Brownsville.
While most of us probably tried to spend Saturday curled up inside, one intrepid YIMBY Forums user braved the snow to check out progress on 111 Murray Street, a new skyscraper rising between West Street and Greenwich Street in TriBeCa.
The Liberty Science Center is moving forward with plans to develop an eight-story, 400,000-square-foot mixed-use academic complex on the 16-acre site at 222 Jersey City Boulevard, in Jersey City’s Liberty Harbor section. Dubbed SciTech Scity, it will include the Liberty Science K-12 school, which will likely consist of charter, vocational, and/or private schools, Jersey Digs reported. There will also be roughly 160,000 square feet of research and collaborative office space, called Edge Works.