Property owner Gordon Rugg has filed applications for three two-unit residential buildings at 174-182 Stafford Avenue, in Woodrow, located on Staten Island’s southern end. Each building will stand three stories and measure 2,800 square feet, which means units will average a spacious 1,400 square feet each. James Morri’s Staten Island-based JVM Architect is the architect of record, and an old two-story house was demolished earlier this month.
Sal Mendolia has filed applications for a four-story, seven-unit residential building at 18-23 Palmetto Street, in Ridgewood, a stone’s throw away from the M train’s stop at Seneca Avenue. The building will measure 5,000 square feet, and units will average a rental-sized 714 square feet apiece. Panagis Georgopoulos’ Flushing-based firm is the architect of record, and the site’s single-story predecessor was demolished over the summer.
The owner of the two-story commercial building at 115-06 Myrtle Avenue, in Richmond Hill, just four blocks from the J train’s stop at 111th Street, is looking to sell the property as a development site, according to Commercial Observer. Suzuki Capital is marketing the site, which has 26,524 square feet of building potential, but that figure increases to 70,000 square feet with inclusionary housing. The assemblage consists of four parcels and is expected to sell for between $4.5 and $5.3 million.
When we last brought you news from the corner of Broadway and West 80th Street, there were plans for a 14-story mixed-use building at no. 2230 (a.k.a. 2228-2236 Broadway). Now, things have changed, and work is underway on a taller building with more residential units and a bit of a different look.
Since the city rezoned Dutch Kills, a little subdistrict of Long Island City, in 2008, new apartment buildings have begun to replace aging factories and little brick houses. YIMBY has the reveal for the latest new project planned in the neighborhood, a seven-story condo at 31-12 38th Avenue, between 32nd Street and the elevated N/Q tracks.