Long Island-based property owner Gurwinder Singh has filed applications for a two-story, 5,512-square-foot multi-use commercial building at 100-08 103rd Avenue, in Ozone Park, located two blocks from the 104th Street stop on the A train. There will be 1,807 square feet of retail space on the ground floor and an equal amount of medical office space on the second floor. Jamaica-based Gerald Caliendo is the architect of record. The 60-foot-wide zoning lot is partially occupied by a two-story building at 100-10 – 100-12 103rd Avenue, although the vacant 20-foot-wide section to the east of the structure will be the site of the new building.
Forest Hills-based property owner Kyong I. Park has filed applications for two two-story commercial-retail buildings at 40-09 – 40-11 29th Street, in the Queens Plaza section of Long Island City, located three blocks north of the elevated tracks for the E/M/R/7 subway lines. The northern building at 40-09 29th Street will measure 10,012 square feet and the other building will measure 9,212 square feet. There will be 14,907 square feet of commercial space across both buildings, and the Schedule A notes both will be used as retail space. Iljoong Kim’s Flushing-based Chio Design Consulting is the applicant of record. A two-story house at 40-09 29th Street and the Korean Philippo Church at 40-11 29th Street must first be demolished. Permits have not yet been filed to do so.
A 35-story mixed-use project in the Financial District can now go forward, thanks to approval from the Landmarks Preservation on Tuesday. The project is at 77 Greenwich Street (a.k.a. 42 Trinity Place) and needed LPC approval because it would cantilever over the Robert and Anne Dickey House, an individual landmark immediately to the south at 67 Greenwich Street (a.k.a. 28-30 Trinity Place). The changes to the design weren’t too dramatic and one of them was described as a “no-brainer” by the LPC chair.
In December of 2014, YIMBY reported on filings for a six-story, eight-unit mixed-use building at 42-43 27th Street, in the Queens Plaza section of Long Island City. Then in the spring of 2015, the single-story occupant was demolished. Now, The Court Square Blog reports that excavation work is underway and a schematic drawing of the new building is posted on-site. Chang Hwa Tang’s Flushing-based Tan Architect is responsible for the design of the 9,372-square-foot project. There will be 1,450 square feet of ground-floor retail space and the residential units should average a rental-sized 694 square feet apiece. Xi Zhao, doing business as a Rego Park-based LLC, is the developer. Completion is expected in the summer of 2017.
Back in April 0f 2015, the Department of City Planning selected Brooklyn-based Monadnock Development to build an all-affordable residential building with commercial space at the parking lot at 133-45 – 133-55 41st Avenue, in Downtown Flushing. Now the developer has filed applications for the project, which will rise 10 stories and contain 232 residential units. The new building, dubbed One Flushing, will encompass 286,193 square feet, and ground-floor commercial-retail and community facility space will total 28,864 and 13,872 square feet, respectively. Apartments will begin on the second floor and should average 792 square feet apiece.