Great Neck-based Antonio Mourtil has filed applications for a seven-story, 17-unit mixed-use building at 30-13 31st Street, in central Astoria, right below the 30th Avenue stop on the N and Q trains. The building will measure 17,504 square feet in total, and will feature 2,791 and 2,890 square feet, respectively, of retail space on the ground floor, and health care facilities on the second. Units will be located on the floors above and will average a rental-sized 695 square feet each. New Jersey-based T.F. Cusanelli & Filletti Architect is the applicant of record, and a two-story house must first be demolished.
On the southern end of the border between Queens and Nassau County, Airport Park LLC has filed applications for a detached two-family building development at 147-01 – 147-23 Hook Creek Boulevard, in Rosedale. The parcel of land is currently vacant, but is now expected to hold at least seven two-story, two-family residential buildings. Of the filed applications (other buildings may not have been filed yet), the development will measure 12,495 square feet, with full-floor units averaging 893 square feet. Long Island-based Michael McNerney is the architect of record.
In the final days of 2014, DNA Development filed applications for a five-story, 32-unit residential building at 280 St. Marks Avenue, in Prospect Heights, and now Curbed has a rendering of the project. The building will measure 51,301 square feet, and the units will be condominiums, averaging 1,603 square feet. The units will range from one- to five-bedrooms and all will feature outdoor space. DXA Studio is designing, and sales are expected to launch in the next few weeks.
The Landmarks Preservation Commission is trying to clear its backlog of 95 properties that have been sitting on its calendar since before 2010. On Tuesday, it held a public hearing for those items that are in the borough of Brooklyn, that land of Kings. Among them was the 478-acre Green-Wood Cemetery. It has been on the calendar for over a decade and support for designating the entire site as a landmark was limited, though support for designating specific parts of it was greater.
One of the largest new residential projects filed in Crown Heights last year was 111 Montgomery Street, a 12-story apartment building planned for a lot next to the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens. Developer PWR Holdings has put the site on the market, and YIMBY has a rendering for the building that could rise there.