Great Neck-based developer Kamali Organization has filed applications for 10 single-family homes spanning the vacant lots at 2403-2429 East 69th Street, in Bergen Beach, a block in from the East Mill Basin inlet. The residential development will total 15,560 square feet in total, and each two-story home will measure a spacious 1,556 square feet. Arnold Montag’s AM/PM Design & Consulting, also based in Great Neck, is the applicant of record.
Earlier this spring, YIMBY reported on a filings for a three-story, 32-unit residential building designed by Karl Fischer at 695-705 6th Avenue, in South Slope, and now developers Shiraz Sanjana and RNS Holdings have acquired the property, according to the Daily News. The site boasts 34,800 square feet of development rights, and the building on file measures 34,632 square feet, but we don’t know if Karl Fischer’s plans are still in store. Sanjana is planning condos, and the existing single-story warehouse must first be demolished.
Property owner Nir Sapir has filed applications for a four-story, two-unit residential building at 72 Clifton Place, in Clinton Hill, a block away from Classon Avenue G train stop. The townhouse will measure 3,600 square feet, and 1,800 square-foot residential units will occupy the bottom and upper halves. Oscar Fuertes’ Bayside-based OMF Architecture is designing.
With formwork about to rise above ground level at Nordstrom Tower, the Smith + Gill-designed supertall’s plans seem to be finalized, pending possible adjustments at the very top. But other renderings for Extell’s site were created by several firms during the RFP process, and we now have images of proposals by Foster + Partners and Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners. While they will remain unbuilt, both versions of the building offer fantastical takes on the future of Midtown in their own right.
Empty lots are slowly disappearing in western Crown Heights, as developers snap them up for condo-worthy prices. One of these developers has filed plans to erect a five-story, eight-unit apartment building on the vacant plot at 529 Park Place, between Grand and Classon Avenues.