Residential

719 6th Avenue. Via Google Maps.

Permits Filed For 12-Unit Residential Building At 719 6th Avenue, South Slope

William Caleo, on behalf of National Brokerage, has filed plans to construct a five-story, 50-foot, 12-unit residential building at 719 6th Avenue in Brooklyn’s South Slope neighborhood. That’s between 21st and 22nd Streets. The units would be spread across 15,302 square feet, meaning an average size of about 1,275 square feet. There would be one unit on the first floor, three units each on the second through fourth floors, and two units on the fifth floor.

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Permits Filed For Eight-Story Mixed-Use Building At 2171 Frederick Douglass Boulevard, Harlem

B Plus Realty has filed permits to construct a new apartment building on a vacant lot at 2171 Frederick Douglass Boulevard in Harlem. That’s between 117th and 118th Streets. The eight-story, 85-foot-tall building would have 13,832 square feet. Residential square footage would be 12,556 square feet for 14 units, meaning they would average about 897 square feet. There would be two apartments each on floors two through eight. The cellar would contain laundry, plus parking for seven bicycles. The first floor would contain 1,276 square feet of retail. Architect Raul Cabato is the applicant of record.


520 5th avenue

Ceruzzi Hopes To Begin Construction At 520 Fifth Avenue Next Spring

Developer Louis Ceruzzi has already begun demolition work at his property at 520 Fifth Avenue. We now know that construction will begin before New Years on the 71-story Handel Architects-designed tower, courtesy of an interview Ceruzzi gave to the Commercial Observer. In the interview, he also gave an update on his development at 147 East 86th Street. He said there is much work to be done relating to the Second Avenue Subway project, but real work should start in March.

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147-53A 231st Street. Via Google Maps.

Two-Family Home Planned At 147-53A 231st Street, Brookville

Permits have been filed to construct a new two-family home at 147-53A 231st Street in the Brookville section of Queens. The house would be 21-feet-tall with the two units spread across 2,726 square feet. That would mean an average unit size of 1,363 square feet. Each floor would have one unit and the first floor unit would also have access to the cellar. The Schedule A seems to indicate one parking space on the property. It is not near a subway line, but the Q111 and Q114 bus lines can be picked up less than a block away on 147th Avenue. Both Idlewild Park and Brookville Park are in close proximity. Sam Muratov is apparently the developer with Queens-based Russell L. Dance III the applicant of record. An existing 1.5-story home must be demolished.

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