Benjamin Companies and the Beechwood Organization have filed applications for a seven-story, 126-unit mixed-use building at 190 Beach 69th Street, in Arverne, Queens, located just south of the Beach 67th Street stop on the A train. The building is part of Arverne by the Sea’s multi-family phase dubbed “The Tides.” It’s the mega-project’s final phase, and roughly 2,300 townhouses have already built on the surrounding oceanfront, according to The Real Deal. This building will measure 151,760 square feet in total, and the residential space will amount to 105,442 square feet, which means units will average 837 square feet apiece. Commercial-retail space and car parking will be located in a ground-floor podium. Urbahn Architects is the applicant of record and developers expect to break ground within the coming months.
A five-story co-op building in TriBeCa will be growing by two stories, thanks to approval from the Landmarks Preservation Commission at its public hearing on Tuesday.
The owner of a loft building with a checkered history at 269 Meserole Street in East Williamsburg wants to convert the building to apartments, according to alteration applications filed with the DOB yesterday.
A one-unit, five-story residential building is nearing completion at 995 Washington Avenue in the southwest corner of the Crown Heights neighborhood in Brooklyn.
New Hyde Park-based Lilly Chen has filed applications for a seven-story, 10-unit mixed-use building at 65-25 Roosevelt Avenue, in Woodside, located directly under the the 69th Street stop on the 7 train. The building will measure 10,208 square feet, and retail space will measure 1,973 square feet in total on the cellar, ground, and second stories. Flushing-based Li Architect Associate is the architect of record and demolition permits were filed last month to remove the dilapidated two-story structure. A similarly-sized building is planned on the adjacent lot at 65-27 Roosevelt Avenue.