Boaz Gilad, of Brooklyn-based Elevation Holdings, has filed applications for a six-story, 20-unit residential building at 734 5th Avenue, in Greenwood, two blocks away from the R train’s stop at 25th Street. The building will measure 14,446 square feet in total, which means units will average 722 square feet apiece, indicative of rentals. Upper West Side-based Feingold & Gregory Architect is the applicant of record, and a single-story commercial building must first be demolished.
130-134 Holdings LLC, Spiritos Properties and Icor Associates are planning to develop a 10-story, 120-foot-tall residential building at 475 West 18th Street, in West Chelsea, according to the Wall Street Journal. The building — dubbed West 475 — would be built of just wood, and is being designed by SHoP Architects. Per Curbed, the building could begin construction in early 2016. The site also spans 130-134 10th Avenue, and three townhouses must first be demolished.
Back in January, the Daily News posted the first rendering for a new cantilevering project coming to 251 West 14th Street, in West Chelsea. Now, we have an updated look at the building, which is being designed by ODA and developed by B+B Capital.
As Brooklyn’s rising rents pushed further south, Flatbush saw a flood of filings in the first few months of 2015. There’s been a lull, thanks to uncertainty over the future of the 421-a tax abatement, but development seems to be picking up again in the central Brooklyn neighborhood. Plans were filed yesterday to build a seven-story, 24-unit building at 1084 Rogers Avenue, between Cortelyou and Clarendon Roads and a short walk from the Beverly Road 2/5 stop.
Gac Haxhari has filed applications for a four-story, 15-unit residential building at 2547 Cruger Avenue, in the North Bronx neighborhood of Allerton, right around the corner from the 2 and 5 trains’ stop at Allerton Avenue. The building will measure 10,932 square feet in total, and units will average 729 square feet apiece. Long Island-based Shahriar Afshari is the architect of record, and an existing 1.5-story home must first be demolished.