DOB Digest: Progress at 64 East 1st Street, East New York Senior Housing, More

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Manhattan:

64 East 1st StreetSurfaced by YIMBY in April, permits are up in “support of excavation” for a six-story and six-unit residential building of 13,500 square feet at 64 East 1st Street, in the East Village. An August 8th pre-demolition inspection passed, signaling deconstruction is imminent.

Brooklyn:

19 Kent AvenueContractors have filed applications in “support of excavation” at the planned 10-story and 383,040 square-foot commercial building being developed by Heritage Equities at 19-33 Kent Avenue, in Williamsburg. In Juuly, a demolition inspection in July passed.

137 Jamaica AvenueCypress Hills Senior Housing Development has filed applications to construct a five-story and 54-unit residential building of 47,048 square feet at 137 Jamaica Avenue, in Cypress Hills. A dilapidated two-story building will need to be demolished; Lacina Heitler is designing.

134 Vanderbilt AvenueAn anonymous LLC has filed applications for a six-story and 45-unit mixed-use building — totaling 44,144 square feet — at the gas station spanning 134-148 Vanderbilt Avenue, in Clinton Hill. The building will contain 8,192 square feet of commercial space, and a smaller portion is allotted for community usage; ODA and Karl Fischer both appear on the filing.

125 Hart Street: Marcy Gardens 650 LLC has filed applications to construct a four-story and two-unit residential building of 3,440 square feet at 125 Hart Street, in northern Bedford-Stuyvesant. An abandoned two-story structure will need to be demolished; Gerald Caliendo is designing.

Queens:

54-21 102nd StreetKen L Cheung is filing applications to construct a four-story and six-unit residential building of 3,922 square feet at 54-21 102nd Street, in Corona. Demolition was approved for the existing two-story structure in January; An Shen Ma is designing.

39-58 222nd StreetSepler Holdings LLC has filed applications to construct twin, two-story and single-family abodes — each of nearly 3,000 square feet — spanning 39-58 – 39-62 222nd Street, in Bayside. An existing two-story structure will need to be demolished; Arnold Montag is designing.

400 1/2 BaysideBreezy Point Cooperative has filed applications to construct a two-story and single-family abode of 1,870 square feet at 400 1/2 Bayside, in Roxbury; a single-floor structure had been destroyed during Hurricane Sandy in 2012.

28 Olive WalkBreezy Point Cooperative has filed applications to construct a three-story and single-unit abode of 1,560 square feet at 28 Olive Walk, in Breezy Point; an on-site, damaged single-floor structure was demolished last December.

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