Collegiate Churches of New York has filed applications to transform the 12-story buildings at 370-378 West End Avenue, on the Upper West Side, into a single residential structure with 66 units. The Collegiate School building at 370 West End will be replaced with an 18-story structure, and once connected with 378 West End, will measure 198,095 square feet. Units will average 3,000 square feet apiece, and COOKFOX Architects is designing.
Certes Partners and United Management Corp. have acquired the six-story building at 214-218 West 95th Street, on the Upper West Side, for $26.5 million, according to Commercial Observer. In July, YIMBY reported on filings for a 10-story, 18-unit residential building (by the same developers) to replace the six-story former SRO at 206 West 95th Street. Now, the assemblage boasts 85,000 square feet of development potential, possibly in the form of an 18-story building. RKTB Architects filed for the initial permits, but Cetra Ruddy has been hired to design.
Brookland Capital has purchased the 29,250 square-foot church at 259 Washington Avenue, in Clinton Hill, for $8.8 million, according to Commercial Observer. The site has 2,650 square feet of air rights, and plans call for church to be converted into condominiums, featuring a small rear expansion and exterior restorations. DNAinfo reports the property is landmarked, so changes to the building will have to be approved by the LPC. The G train stop at Washington Avenue is located two blocks to the south.
Back in January, it was reported Olmstead Properties placed their vacant development site at 363 Lafayette Street, in NoHo, on the market, and now CBSK Ironstate has leased the site for 49 years, according to the New York Post. The 5,500 square-foot site, which spans 357-371 Lafayette, boasts 32,000 square feet of development potential, and planned is an unspecified commercial development. The project is being financed by Wells Fargo.
Earlier this year, YIMBY brought you news of a seven-story, 154-unit senior housing facility planned at 34-11 Beach Channel Drive, in Far Rockaway, and now DNAinfo reports city officials have broken ground on the project, located a block from the A train’s Beach 36th Street stop. Arker Companies is constructing the building, and 46 units will be rented to the formerly homeless. The ground floor will include 4,500 square feet each of retail and community facility space, and Aufgang Architects is designing.