Coney Island-based Pacific Management has filed applications for a 10-story, 10-unit mixed-use building at 488 4th Avenue, in southern Park Slope, two blocks south of the 4th Avenue-9th Street subway stop. The building will measure a total 14,630 square feet, including a 422 square-foot retail portion on the first floor, and full-floor units will measure 1,420 square feet. De-Jan Lu’s DJLU Architects is the applicant of record, and an existing three-story, multi-family residential building must first be demolished.
Flushing-based Sheng Hui Realty has filed applications for three identical three-story residential buildings spanning the lots 42-34 – 42-38 Forley Street, in northern Elmhurst, five blocks from the 90th Street stop on the 7 train. The development will contain nine residential units — three in each building — across a total 9,245 square feet of residential space. Chang Hwa Tan is the architect of record, and two existing single-family homes were filed for demolition this past May.
Property owner Dror Skaf has filed applications to redevelop the existing three-story structure at 950 Flatbush Avenue, in northern Flatbush, into a six-story, nine-unit mixed-use building. The expanded building will measure 9,090 square feet in total, with 2,275 square feet designated for ground-floor retail space. The nine residential units, averaging 755 square feet, will be spread across the upper five levels. He Gin Lee Architect is the applicant of record.
Work appears to be stalled at 444 Graham Avenue, in northern Williamsburg, where Domenico Marino plans to build a seven-story, 56-unit mixed-use building measuring 41,710 square feet. Retail space is expected to span 4,700 square feet on the ground floor, and Queens-based Salvatore Italiano is the architect of record. According to Brownstoner, excavation work has failed to resume since the DOB issued a stop work order earlier this spring. Completion was originally expected by the end of this year.
Construction is proceeding swiftly across the entirety of the Eastern Yards (within Related’s greater Hudson Yards plan), and last week YIMBY posted photos of excavation making major headway at 15 Hudson Yards. Now we have new renderings for 35 Hudson Yards, which will also be mixed-use, holding condominiums and a hotel.