Residential

560 East 137th Street

Nine-Story, 156-Unit All-Affordable Senior Building Planned at 560 East 137th Street, Mott Haven

In addition to the announcement for the 145-unit, all-affordable senior residential building at Fort Greene’s Ingersoll Houses, the New York City Housing Authority has revealed plans for another all-affordable senior residential building at 560 East 137th Street, located on the corner of St. Ann’s Avenue within the Mill Brook Houses development, in Mott Haven. The building will rise nine stories and will contain 156 below-market rate rental apartments, the New York Times reports. Dubbed Mill Brook Terrace, it will include a senior center, a community room, and a rooftop garden. West Side Federation is the developer and has already ground-leased the site, currently a parking lot, from the city for 60 years. Construction is expected to begin next year.


13-Story Mixed-Use Building to Rise at 27-51 Jackson Avenue, Long Island City

A 13-story residential tower is set to rise at 27-51 Jackson Avenue in Long Island City. The 34-unit project would stand on what is possibly the city’s single hottest development block, where six different projects are under construction or in planning. Lions Group is the developer. Building permits list Vincent J Tomasino of Jackson Bounty LLC as the owner. The project’s residential component would measure 31,996 square feet, resulting in units averaging 941 square feet. The ground level would house 1,555 square feet of retail.

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110 St. Edwards Street

Reveal for 16-Story, 145-Unit All-Affordable Senior Building at 110 St. Edwards Street, Fort Greene

Back in July of 2015, it was revealed that the New York City Housing Authority was planning an all-affordable residential building at 110 St. Edwards Street, located at the corner of Myrtle Avenue within the Ingersoll Houses public housing development, in Fort Greene. Now, a rendering, along with additional details, have been revealed on the building in a report by the New York Times. The building will rise 16 stories and will host 145 below-market rate, senior-exclusive (62-years-old and up) rental apartments. The project, dubbed Ingersoll Senior, will also include a senior center featuring a variety of services. BFC Partners is the developer and will ground-lease the property from the city. Construction is expected to begin next year.


103-20 96th Street

Two Three-Story, Two-Family Residential Buildings Planned at 103-20 96th Street, Ozone Park

Property owner Jer Ming Wang has filed applications for two three-story, two-family buildings at 103-20 – 103-22 96th Street, in Ozone Park, located a stone’s throw away from the Rockaway Boulevard stop on the A train. Each will measure 2,520 square feet, with one apartment located on the ground floor and the second apartment to be hosted on the second floor and an upper penthouse level. The family-sized units should average 1,252 square feet apiece, and both structures will feature a 300-square-foot, single-car parking garage. Flushing-based Thee Shiun Ken is the applicant of record. Demolition permits were filed in November to knock down the 50-foot-wide site’s two-story house.


163 Erasmus Street

Five-Story, Nine-Unit Residential Building Planned at 163 Erasmus Street, Flatbush

Joel Klepner, doing business as an anonymous Brooklyn-based LLC, has filed applications for a five-story, nine-unit residential building at 163 Erasmus Street, in Flatbush, located around the block from the Church Avenue stop on the 2/5 trains. The structure will encompass 9,846 square feet, and its residential units should average 867 square feet apiece. The project will also include a community facility in the cellar and will be topped by a roof terrace. Brooklyn-based Oleg Ruditser is the applicant of record. The 25-foot-wide lot is currently occupied by a two-story house. Demolition permits have not yet been filed.


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