Property owner Samuel Delaney has filed applications for a two-story, three-unit residential building at 230 Beach 109th Street, in Seaside, Queens, three blocks from the Beach 105th Street stop on the A and S trains. The building will total 2,640 square feet, which means units will average 880 square feet apiece. Great Neck-based Meltzer/Costa & Associates is the architect of record. The project is being built under the post-Sandy Build It Back program, and an existing two-story building must first be demolished.
In June, we unveiled some glassy renderings for 88-92 Linden Boulevard in Flatbush, and now the developer, Boaz Gilad, has filed new building applications for the nine-story development.
Nassau County-based Feinstein CP Realty has filed applications for a four-story, 81,532 square-foot automotive commercial building at 30-35 College Point Boulevard, in southern College Point. The building will handle automobile sales, repairs, and other services, and will also hold storage space and associated offices. The nearly 120,000 square-foot lot will include 149 parking spaces, and Maryland-based Penny Design Group is the applicant of record.
In November of 2014, YIMBY revealed renderings of Radson Development’s eight-story, 54-unit mixed-use building planned at 275 West 140th Street, in northern Harlem, and now the building is finally rising above street level, per Harlem+Bespoke. Dubbed Strivers Plaza, the building will include an 8,000 square-foot supermarket on the ground floor, as well as a 500 square-foot community facility space. Aufgang Architects is designing, and completion can likely be expected closer to 2017.
Earl Roberts, operating as an anonymous LLC, has filed applications for a nine-story, 16-unit residential building at 235 Hawthorne Street, in Prospect Lefferts Gardens, right around the corner from the Winthrop Street stop on the 2 and 5 trains. The building will total 17,797 square feet, which means units will average 1,112 square feet apiece, possibly indicative of condos. Issac & Stern Architects is designing, and a 2.5-story house must first be demolished.