Construction is set to break ground this week at 4519 White Plains Road, a new affordable and supportive housing development in the Wakefield section of The Bronx. As the latest project from The Doe Fund and Robert Sanborn Development, the building will provide 98 affordable homes, 20 apartments reserved for tenants 62 and older, and on-site supportive services for 49 formerly homeless individuals.
Permits have been filed for a six-story residential building at 77 Richardson Street in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Located between Lorimer and Leonard Streets, the lot is within walking distance of the Metropolitan Avenue-Lorimer Street subway station, serviced by the G and L trains. Michael Ricatto is listed as the owner behind the applications.
Construction has topped out on 69-02 Queens Boulevard, a pair of 12- and 15-story mixed-use buildings on the border of Elmhurst and Woodside, Queens. Designed by Perkins Eastman and developed in partnership with the New York City School Construction Authority and Madison Realty Capital, the 500,000-square-foot complex will yield 478 mixed-income apartments, a public school, and retail and public outdoor space. McNamara Salvia is the structural engineer and Omnibuild is the general contractor for the project, which is located on a plot of land bound by Queens Boulevard to the north, 69th Street to the east, 70th Street to the west and 47th Avenue to the south.
The Bellslip, a 414-unit mixed-use tower, is the latest residential building to debut at Greenpoint Landing, a 22-acre mega-development in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Developed in partnership by Brookfield Properties and Park Tower Group, the 30-story building is located at 1 Bell Slip along the Greenpoint waterfront and is designed by Handel Architects.
The affordable housing lottery has launched for 61-63 Pitt Street, a 12-story residential building on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. Designed by Frank J. Quatela Architects and developed by Paul Stallings of 6 Strong Realty LLC, the structure yields 59 residences. Available on NYC Housing Connect are 18 units for residents at 70 to 130 percent of the area median income (AMI), ranging in eligible income from $45,258 to $187,330.