Peter Pavlou, head of Whitestone-based Pavlou Realty Inc., has filed applications for twin two-family homes at 40-36 – 40-38 191st Street, in Auburndale, located two blocks away from the neighborhood’s Long Island Rail Road station. Each structure will rise two stories and measure 2,359 square feet, and each full-floor unit should average 1,180 square feet. Belal Salim’s Whitestone-based Platonic Solids Architecture is the architect of record. An existing two-story house was filed for demolition back in November.
Yong Kang Lin, doing business as Corona Manor Realty LLC, has filed applications for two four-story, seven-unit residential buildings at 108-15 – 108-17 37th Avenue, in North Corona, located five blocks from the 111th Street stop on the 7 train. Each structure will measure 5,220 square feet on a 23-foot wide lot, which means units will average 746 square feet apiece and will probably be rentals. Maspeth-based Angelo Ng + Anthony Ng Architects Studio is the applicant of record. The two existing two-family houses were filed for demolition back in August.
Earlier this year, YIMBY reported on applications for a 29-story commercial building at 560 Seventh Avenue, between West 40th and 41st Streets near Times Square, and over the summer, the developer finished assembling the air rights. The Real Deal has the first glimpse of the planned Dream Hotel, which will include 167 units, per the latest filings. Retail space will total 15,463 square feet in the 118,508 square-foot building. Stonehill & Taylor Architects is designing and UAP North America is crafting a metal screen attachment for part of the three-story podium. Soho Properties, MHP Real Estate Services, and Hampshire Hotels Group are developing, and completion is expected in early 2018.
A seven-story, 11-unit supportive housing project is currently rising at 166 East 100th Street, on the southern side of East Harlem, DNAinfo reports. The building will measure 10,060 square feet and should boast relatively large units, which will eventually house the formerly homeless. Urban Pathways is expected to run and own the the facility upon completion. Extell Development is building the housing in an effort to obtain a zoning bonus for an undisclosed project within Community Board 11’s district. Extell acquired the Pathmark store at 160 East 125th Street for $39 million last year; it closed in November.
Extell Development and The Carlyle Group have sold two development sites within the Riverside Center mega-development, in Lincoln Square, to GID Development for $264.865 million. The properties include 10 Riverside Boulevard and 639 West 59th Street, and the previous developers have already filed applications for residential buildings. Earlier this year, YIMBY reported on plans for a 36-story, 288-unit building at 10 Riverside. And over the summer, we brought you news of plans for a 34-story, 244-unit residential building at 639 West 59th Street. Both buildings will have small retail components, and Goldstein Hill & West Architects is the architect of record. Commercial Observer was the first to report on the sale.