A Queens-based property owner has filed applications for a three-story, three-unit residential building at 111-51 42nd Avenue, in North Corona. The project will measure 2,849 square feet and its full-floor residential units should average 950 square feet apiece. There will also be two off-street parking spaces. Anthony Cucich’s Astoria-based architecture firm is the architect of record. The 5,000-square-foot property, which partially occupied by a two-story, wood-frame house, is set to be subdivided into to separate lots to accommodate the new building.
A quintet of new works by architect Robert A.M. Stern are making their mark on various parts of Manhattan, all with his signature style. 70 Vestry Street is in the early stages of construction; 30 Park Place, which includes the Four Seasons Downtown hotel, opened its doors in October; 20 East End Avenue could open this year; and 220 Central Park South is on the rise adjacent to Billionaires’ Row. Today, we check in on his skyscraping residential building at 520 Park Avenue.
Supportive housing serving homeless victims of domestic violence is coming to Crotona Park East, in the southwestern Bronx.
Renderings have been revealed of a 17-story, 308-unit mixed-use building at 30 Evergreen Place, located on the corner of Freeway Drive East in East Orange, in Essex County, N.J. The project, dubbed The Station at Brick Church, will also contain retail space, a public plaza, and a parking garage, according to the Urban Essex Coalition for Smart Growth. TD+Partners and J.G. Petrucci Company Inc. are the developers, Jersey Digs reported, while Clarke Caton Hintz is serving as the design architect. Phase one of the project, presumably the residential tower, is slated to be complete in 2018. The 2.5-acre plot is currently vacant. The site’s predecessors, two office buildings, were demolished some time before 2009.
Edison Properties is proposing to redevelop the existing, largely vacant six-story Newark Warehouse Company Building at 98 Edison Place, located on the corner of McCarter Highway in Downtown Newark. The expanded building will rise seven stories and measure 456,059 square feet, Jersey Digs reported. It would contain commercial space for offices and retail and a landscaped rooftop terrace. Parsippany, N.J.-based Langan Engineering & Environmental Services is the architect of record. Pending the required approvals and variances, occupancy is expected in early 2018.