Permits have been filed for two conjoined four-story residential buildings at 85 and 87 Herkimer Street, in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn. The sites are two blocks away from the Fulton Street and Nostrand intersection, co-located with the Nostrand Avenue Subway Station, serviced by the A and C trains. An anonymous LLC is listed as responsible for development.
Permits have been filed for a four-story residential building at 215 Beach 100th Street, in Seaside, Queens, a portion of the Rockaway Peninsula. Rockaway beach is just three blocks away, and four blocks to the east is the Beach 98th Street Subway Station, serviced by the A and S trains. AHAA LLC will be responsible for the development.
Yesterday, YIMBY brought you news of the stabilization of the city’s new development pipeline through the end of 2017. Echoing the end-of-year positivity, 2018 has already brought one major new development to light, on Surf Avenue in Coney Island. Today, we have the latest on an even larger project coming to Harlem, with the reveal for the first rendering of the massive expansion proposed for Lenox Terrace, which would eventually yield over 1,600 new apartments by the time of full build-out.
A new rendering is out for 62 and 66 North Third Street, two six-story mixed-use buildings in Brooklyn’s flourishing Williamsburg neighborhood. The nearest subway access is the L train’s first stop in Brooklyn, the Bedford Station. The site is just a block away from the river, five blocks south of the State of New York East River Park, and five blocks north of the Domino Sugar Factory development, where a ferry station may soon be built. David Dweck, Steven Ancona, and Michael Marino have joined together for the development.
Permits have been filed for a four-story, 612-seat public elementary school at 1-35 57th Avenue, in Queens. The project comes as part of the redevelopment of the formerly-derelict Hunter’s Point South neighborhood, along the East River. The area has been activated over the last decade thanks to several residential towers and the HPS Park, alongside a new ferry terminal, which is just a four blocks away from the proposed school. The Vernon Boulevard Subway Station is also eleven blocks away, serviced by the 7 train. The New York City School Construction Authority will be responsible for the development.