Staten Island-based Mzx Group Inc. has filed applications for a seven-story, 13,182 square-foot ambulatory, diagnostic and healthcare treatment facility at 867 53rd Street, in eastern Sunset Park, located nine blocks north of the N train’s stop at 8th Avenue. The project appears to have taken advantage of bonus FAR available because it is a community facility. Hui Zeng’s Queens-based ABC Engineering is the applicant of record, and permits were filed in October to demolish an existing two-story, two-unit brick apartment.
Realnet Holding LLC, based in Great Neck, has filed applications for two small multi-family residential buildings at 758 East 223rd Street, in Williamsbridge, located three blocks north of the 2 and 5 trains’ stop at…
A four-story, 54-unit condominium project is currently under construction at 15 Kensington Road, in the downtown area of Bronxville, in Westchester County, according to Westfair. Construction began over the summer after years of delays, and occupancy is currently expected in the spring of 2017. The complex, dubbed VillaBXV, will have one- to three-bedroom units as well as penthouses, which together range from 1,300 to 2,000 square feet apiece. Greenwich, Connecticut-based Fareri Associates is developing. It’s located across the street from the village’s Metro-North Railroad station.
The city’s School Construction Authority is proposing to build an 180-seat pre-kindergarten school at 170 8th Street/197 9th Street, in Gowanus, located less than a block away from the F, G, and R trains’ stop at Fourth Avenue and 9th Street. According to Brooklyn Daily Eagle, the 13,500 square-foot thru-block lot is currently privately owned. The agency is beginning the public review process and is accepting the community’s input through mid December. The property’s two-story predecessor was demolished back in 1993.
Back in June of 2014, YIMBY reported on new building applications filed by JDS Development for a tower coming to 340 Flatbush Avenue Ext., on the southeastern edge of Downtown Brooklyn. Now, we have the first rendering and actual details for the SHoP-designed tower, which will rise 1,000 feet tall, claiming the title of New York City’s tallest building outside of Manhattan, and giving Brooklyn its first legitimate supertall skyscraper.