After two years, property owner Isaac Schwartz has filed more applications for an 11-story, 71-unit residential building at 41-11 – 41-15 23rd Street in Long Island City . The structure will have 59,200 square feet of residential space, and Karl Fischer is designing. The building applications have just been approved, and the single-story warehouse and another two-story structure were demolished earlier this year.
Ariel Property Advisors are marketing the vacant lots at 9114-9116 5th Avenue and 411-413 92nd Street, on the same block in southern Bay Ridge, for $3.3 million. The properties allow for a combined 19,716 square feet of commercial development, and are linked in the center of the block, according to Brooklyn Daily Eagle.
Prolific Staten Island developer Thomas Costa has filed applications for a large-scale single-family-building subdivision at the undeveloped swath of land at Page Avenue and Amboy Road, in Tottenville. Spanning the yet-to-be paved 200-218 Cheevers Lane, six three-story homes averaging 2,960 square feet are planned. At 205-219 Cheevers, five two-story homes measuring 2,640 square feet each are in the works. Finally, at 65-77 Giegerich Avenue, four three-story homes averaging nearly 2,500 square feet are planned. Moss & Sayad Architects is designing.
In December 2014, YIMBY brought you news of developer Xi Zhao’s planned six-story, eight-unit mixed-use building at 42-43 27th Street, in Long Island City, and now The Court Square Blog reports the site has been cleared of its single-story predecessor. Construction will likely begin soon on the 7,000 square-foot building, of which 1,450 square feet is being designated for retail. Tan Architect is designing, and the design has yet to be revealed.
UPDATE: Reps have gotten in touch with YIMBY, noting that these renderings are now outdated, and that Morris Adjmi is now designing the building instead of AA Studio.
A residential conversion is in the works for a three-story loft building at 89 Grand Street in Williamsburg, and YIMBY has the first look at the planned three-story expansion and new two-story building next door.