Prolific Staten Island developer Thomas Costa has filed applications for a large-scale single-family-building subdivision at the undeveloped swath of land at Page Avenue and Amboy Road, in Tottenville. Spanning the yet-to-be paved 200-218 Cheevers Lane, six three-story homes averaging 2,960 square feet are planned. At 205-219 Cheevers, five two-story homes measuring 2,640 square feet each are in the works. Finally, at 65-77 Giegerich Avenue, four three-story homes averaging nearly 2,500 square feet are planned. Moss & Sayad Architects is designing.
UPDATE: Reps have gotten in touch with YIMBY, noting that these renderings are now outdated, and that Morris Adjmi is now designing the building instead of AA Studio.
A residential conversion is in the works for a three-story loft building at 89 Grand Street in Williamsburg, and YIMBY has the first look at the planned three-story expansion and new two-story building next door.
Developer AB Capstone has filed plans for a second residential building at 2406 Hoffman Street just south of Fordham University in the Belmont section of the Bronx, following on the heels of their first project a block away on Arthur Avenue.
In January, AAD Construction Corp. acquired the two-story, 2,655 square-foot home at 7815 Narrows Avenue in Bay Ridge for $1.68 million, and filed demolition permits. Now a two-story, single-family residence measuring 4,222 square feet is planned for the property, per Brooklyn Daily Eagle, and Deber Consulting is designing. A block to the north, a similar single-family redevelopment is taking place at 35 78th Street.
Property owner Anthony Pugliesie has filed applications for two three-story, single-family houses spanning the vacant lots at 259-261 Boundary Avenue, in Midland Beach. One home will measure 2,835 square feet, and the other 1,922 square feet; Scaglione Architects is designing. In 2007, the site’s former two-story structure was demolished.