LI Herald reports New York Cosmos, a professional soccer team, and Mattone Group have held a community meeting earlier this month detailing their Elmont stadium proposal, which would redevelop the parking lots south of Belmont Park, in Nassau County. The team is one of four groups that submitted plans to the Empire State Development Corp. over the past few years. The $400 million project would include a 25,000-seat stadium, 175-key hotel and commercial-retail.
Property owner Edward Sze has filed applications for six three-story, single-family homes spanning the vacant lots at 102-04 – 102-24 Dunton Court, in Old Howard Beach. The six residential units will be split across a total of 11,500 square feet of space, and Avid Designs is the archiect.
GP Keystand LLC has filed applications for a five-story, 10-unit mixed-use building at 31-19 37th Avenue, in northern Long Island City. The project will span 10,200 square feet, with nearly 2,400 square feet designated for retail use, and Angelo Ng + Anthony Ng Architects Studio is designing. An existing single-story commercial building must first be demolished.
Ari Kirschrnbaum has filed applications for a four-story, seven-unit residential building at the vacant lot at 797 Sterling Place, in western Crown Heights. The project’s seven units will divide 6,935 square feet of residential space, and Suresh Manchanda, of L&C Associates, is designing. Back in 1999, the HDP demolished the site’s former three-story building.
Brownstoner reports the Dime Savings Bank building in central Williamsburg, which is only a portion of a 50,000 square-foot assemblage, is now on the market as a development site. The other properties included are 257-275 South 5th Street, 146-150 Marcy Avenue, 209 Havemeyer Street, and 262 South 4th Street, and a 230,500 square-foot mixed-use development could be accommodated. Dime Savings Bank is seeking to keep their retail location in the existing two-story building at 209 Havemeyer Street.