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Old Posted Jul 13, 2017, 2:01 AM
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When it comes to massive residential projects in Queens, Long Island City has a fairly solid monopoly on the largest buildings. But as Astoria sees its own wave of new developments, it too is set to sprout an enormously scaled apartment project. The site, at 30-80 12th Street, will have 711 units and be designed by HAAK Architects.

Images come from EB-5 materials, which indicate the site’s total cost will be $315,600,000. Criterion Group is developing, and 18% of the project’s funding will come from EB-5, amounting to $57.5 million.

The 711 apartments will break down between 565 market-rate and 146 affordable units, and the site is going to be developed in a configuration with two buildings, though complete images of the layouts are not yet available. Whether the market-rate portion includes any condominiums remains to be seen, but with renderings leaving PTACs out of the equation, they would seemingly not be impossible.

With gross area totaling 483,000 square feet, the average apartment will also be around 680 square feet in size, which contradicts the lack of PTACs and would most definitely portend rentals.


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Old Posted Jul 14, 2017, 1:12 AM
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The residence, designed by Urban Architectural Initiatives, will be 7 stories with a 6-story base and setback at the 7th floor. The gross floor area for the residence, including cellar, is approximately 51,756 sf. The building is designed with a central corridor and apartments on either side of the corridor. There will be sixty-nine apartments; fifty-six efficiency apartments, fourteen 2-bedroom apartments and a 2-bedroom superintendent's apartment. The units will be spaciously laid out for comfortable livability. Efficiency units have kitchenettes, full bathrooms and have an average floor area of 400sf. All Apartment units will be handicap accessible. The lobby visible at all locations through CCTV. There are two elevators and two stairs to serve for vertical circulation; refuse/janitor's closets on each floor. There will be a sunken courtyard for active and passive recreation with a landscaped rear yard. Additional amenities include laundry room and large multipurpose room in cellar.
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Old Posted Jul 15, 2017, 9:21 PM
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Located on Driggs Avenue, a quiet tree-lined retreat on the fringe of bustling Bedford Avenue, the Driggs Development will feature two newly designed sister towers that combine high-end residential living with class A retail experiences. Designed by renowned architect Morris Adjmi, these contemporary structures will effortlessly coexist with the neighborhoods historic past and seamlessly conform with its evolving landscape.
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Old Posted Jul 15, 2017, 9:28 PM
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1200-1202 Decatur will span 15,240 gross square feet and 12,090 net square feet, with the lots totaling 5,200 square feet. The two buildings were filed separately at the DOB, with each totaling about 6,000 square feet, likely as a means of avoiding the parking minimums that are nonsensically required for new developments in R6 zones.

For sites with a lot area of under 10,000 square feet, parking minimums become 50% of dwelling units instead of 70%. That means that if 1200-1202 Decatur had been filed as a single building, the developers would have had to build eight parking spaces. But another loophole in R6 parking requirements dictates that new buildings requiring fewer than five spaces may forego the spaces entirely. Thus, red tape results in a single development composed of two technically separate structures.
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While the red tape choking most of the West Village has given most blocks over to some form of perceived permanence, small spaces for new developments still exist here and there. One such spot is located on the corner of Hudson and Charles Streets, spanning 540-544 Hudson, where designs for a new building by Morris Adjmi Architects are now awaiting approval from the Landmarks Preservation Commission.

William Gottlieb Real Estate is behind the development, and there will be a mix of uses. The ground floor will have 5,600 square feet of retail as well as a 552 square foot community facility. There will also be 26 units in total, including a penthouse on the seventh floor which will have its own sweeping private terrace. There will also be a substantially smaller rooftop space for the other units.
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Construction is under way on 123 Melrose, the two-block development from All Year Management at the southern end of the Rheingold Brewery complex in the Bushwick neighborhood of Brooklyn. The ODA-designed development will add approximately 1 million square feet of homes plus a park over two city blocks each measuring 400 by 200 feet.
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The site is being designed by Raymond Chan Architects, and will result in 111,312 gross square feet of space. That will mostly be dedicated to residential, with 91,983 square feet to be divided between 76 units, 22 of which will be income-restricted. There will also be another 12,609 square feet of retail space, and 6,720 square feet of office space.

The sub-cellar of the project would include 68 parking spaces, the cellar will hold the office component and storage for the retail, and the retail will be on the first floor. Floors two through eight will be entirely residential, and the units on the second floor will also have access to a terrace covering the retail’s rooftop.

135-01 35th Avenue is about six blocks north of the Flushing – Main St. stop on the 7 Train, which makes the site handily accessible by transit. The site is currently zoned M1-1, which is why the developers have applied for a rezoning that would allow the location to be designated as R7A/C2-3, which would allow the inclusion of denser residential space.
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Brooklyn’s Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood has seen substantial revitalization over the past decade, and another empty lot will soon add to the continued improvements at 722-733 Myrtle Avenue, on the corner of Sanford Street. There, JMS Realty Corporation is planning an eight-story mixed-use development, which is part of a larger rezoning application including several nearby sites.

At 733 Myrtle, JMS is requesting to rezone the site from M1-1/M1-2 to R7D/C2-4 and R6A/C2-4, corresponding to the transition to mostly residential space. The lot area totals 14,670 square feet, and the building would measure 90,367 gross square feet. 16,137 square feet would be set aside for the community facility and retail space, and 74,320 square feet would be divided between 87 apartments, 26 of which will be affordable. There will also be 30 parking spaces, as required even under the new zoning.

The first floor will hold the retail space, while the second floor will be occupied by the community facility. Above that, there will be six floors of apartments.
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Avalon Designs is behind the design for the proposal, which is fairly spartan in its appearance. The first two floors will be mostly glass, corresponding to the 14,902 square feet of commercial space included in the plans.

Above that, the project will include 30 apartments that will divide just over 25,000 square feet of space, for a unit-average of over 800 square feet. That is very likely indicative of rentals, and the white bare-bones facade combined with windows of varying small sizes would further corroborate that presumption.

Besides the boring facade and irregular placement of windows, 1190 Fulton Street may not actually be a bad contribution to the neighborhood. Replacing derelict lots with development is never a bad thing, and the project will certainly come with a substantial retail component, which means it will put more eyes on the street. Though the design may not be of the priciest caliber, the building should still act as solid urban infill, with an envelope flush with the street-wall that compliments the surrounding fabric.
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The site was formerly occupied by a low-slung warehouse with some limited retail space, and the new building will be a definite improvement design-wise. Williamsburg’s new commercial development is generally helmed by some of the more prominent and aesthetically-minded firms in the city, and DXA Studio’s plans do not disappoint.

16 Berry Street’s first floor will be comprised of floor to ceiling windows, offering prime retail visibility for whichever tenants end up committing to the space. The building applications show 24,869 square feet of commercial space will sit alongside 4,495 square feet of community facility space, and that there will also be a 107-car parking garage integrated into the structure, with 10 spaces on the first floor and 97 on the second. The rooftop will also be accessible, with a deck spanning almost 7,000 square feet likely to host an extension of an event space.
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The site is currently occupied by a 2.5-story structure that is only remarkable for its visual discordance. The new structure will technically only measure four floors to its rooftop, but it will still stand taller than the neighboring building, with units evidently including mezzanine levels.

The building will measure 5,966 square feet in total, and there will only be eight units, or two per floor. One of the ground floor units will have access to the cellar space, and one of the penthouse units will have an exclusive mezzanine area, but the average size of each unit will be 682 square feet, which is highly indicative of rentals.

Design-wise, the building will have an interesting facade composed of various types of metal, harking to some of the surrounding area’s semi-industrial past and present. The center of the building will be defined by an extruded area that appears to be covered in cor-ten or something similar, and the result will also give street-facing units the contemporary equivalent of Juliet Balconies. The result will be distinctive and attractive infill.

Moshe Friedman is the site’s developer. Demolition permits for the existing structure were filed last September, and completion of its replacement is expected in approximately 2019.
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