Excavation and foundation work is moving along at 2551 Broadway, site of a 276,578-square-foot mixed-use building on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. Permits filed in early February list Stephen B. Jacobs Group as the architect of record and Tyler Workman under the Paragon JV Prop III LLC as the owner behind the applications for the project, which will rise 22 stories at the corner of 96th Street. The property will contain 130 residences spread across 215,866 square feet, for an average scope of 1,660 square feet, most likely indicating condominiums. The building will also feature 9,080 square feet of commercial space.
Catholic Charities Progress of Peoples Development Corporation, abbreviated as Catholic Charities, has begun construction on a new six-story affordable housing project for seniors in Astoria, Queens. Located at 23-11 31st Road, the project will debut as Bishop Valero Residence with 102 units designated for low-income seniors and the formerly homeless.
Permits have been filed for a five-story office building at 1010 McDonald Avenue in Mapleton, Brooklyn. Located at the intersection of Mcdonald Avenue and Parkville Avenue, the corner lot is also addressed as 15 Parkville Avenue. Steps away is the 18th Avenue subway station, serviced by the F train. Guardian Realty Management under the 15 Parkville LLC is listed as the owner behind the applications.
Permits have been filed for a five-story residential building at 215 Beach 100th Street in Rockaway Beach, Queens. Located between Rockaway Beach Boulevard and Steeplechase Court, the interior lot is two blocks from the Beach 98 Street – Playland subway station, serviced by the A and S trains. Aaron Ivatorov under the AI Investment Trust is listed as the owner behind the applications.
Façade work is making progress on 232 East 54th Street, a 420-foot-tall residential tower in Midtown East. The 40-story structure is designed by Ismael Leyva Architects, and Elk Investors is last reported to be its exclusive developer, though ownership may have fully transferred to Mossanen Group and an LLC known as East 54th St. Properties. The topped-out tower rises between Second and Third Avenues, not far from landmarks like the Lipstick Building and 601 Lexington Avenue, formerly known as the Citigroup Center.