Property owner Wei Chen has filed applications for a four-story, four-unit mixed-use building at 37-60 103rd Street, in North Corona, located two blocks from the 103rd Street – Corona Plaza stop on the 7 train. The project will measure 7,299 square feet in its entirety, 3,709 square feet of which will be residential space for two duplex units. Retail space will measure 1,479 square feet on the ground floor. Robert Lin’s Flushing-based A&T Engineering is the applicant of record. An existing two-story townhouse must first be demolished.
Chee Wong’s TNE Buildings has filed applications for one five-story, 10-unit building and one five-story, eight-unit residential building at 368-372 East 194th Street, in Fordham, five blocks from the Kingsbridge Road stop on the B and D trains. Located minutes from Fordham University’s Rose Hill campus, the 10-unit one will have 7,965 square feet in residential space, which means units will average 796 square feet apiece. Meanwhile, the other one will have 4,791 square feet of residential space, with units measuring an average 599 square feet each. Pirooz Soltanizadeh’s Jamaica-based Royal Engineering is the applicant of record. Last October, two existing 2.5-story houses were filed for demolition.
Judith Burekhovich has filed applications for two three-story, three-family residential buildings at 1945-1947 East 18th Street, in the Madison section of Sheepshead Bay. Each of the two will measure 4,998 square feet and will include 3,749 square feet of residential space. That means full-floor units, which would be located four blocks from the Avenue U stop on the Q train, should average 1,250 square feet apiece. Salvatore Vincenti’s Brooklyn-based Cornerstone Designs is the applicant of record. The 60-foot-wide site’s former two-story house was demolished in 2011.
Last October, the foundation was being poured for Anbau Enterprises’ 34-story, 84-unit condominium building at 360 East 89th Street, on the Upper East Side, and today, the concrete structure is six stories above street level, thanks to photos by Tectonic. The project, dubbed Citizen360, will include one- to four-bedroom units as well as 3,265 square feet of ground-floor retail space, per the latest permits. When it opens in early 2017, residents will have access to amenities including yoga, training and multimedia studios, lounges, and an entertainment suite. SHoP Architects is designing the 212,325 square-foot building.
Property owner Larry Cerullo has filed applications for a six-story, three-unit mixed-use building at 40-19 27th Street, in the Queens Plaza section of Long Island City. The project will measure 8,291 square feet in total, with 2,000 square feet of manufacturing space planned on the ground and mezzanine levels, 1,275 square feet of commercial space on the first floor, followed by 4,018 square feet of residential space on the floors above. The units will average 1,339 square feet apiece, which means condos are probably in the works. Bluarch Architecture is designing. An existing two-story house must first be demolished.