Four Three-Story, Two-Family Mixed-Use Buildings Coming to 4065 Victory Boulevard, Travis-Chelsea, Staten Island

4065 Victory BoulevardPre-demolition 4065 Victory Boulevard.

Randy Franza, doing business as an anonymous Staten Island-based LLC, has filed applications for four three-story, two-family mixed-use buildings at 4065-4077 Victory Boulevard, in Travis-Chelsea, located on Staten Island’s West Shore. Two of the structure will each measure 3,158 square feet, while the other two will each measure a slightly larger 3,821 square feet. Across the entire development, the apartments should average 926 square feet apiece. All of them will also have commercial-retail space on the ground floors. On average, each will feature 1,200 square feet of commercial space. Staten Island-based Joseph M. Morace is the architect of record. The site, on the corner of Parish Avenue, was subdivided in March. A single-story building that once housed a deli must first be demolished.

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2 Comments on "Four Three-Story, Two-Family Mixed-Use Buildings Coming to 4065 Victory Boulevard, Travis-Chelsea, Staten Island"

  1. People are responsible new plan, because their lands had to join.

  2. staten islander | May 4, 2016 at 8:29 am |

    Travis was isolated even for Staten Island until the West Shore Expwy (NY-440) was built in the 1970s. Before that Victory Blvd was the only way in or out of that neighborhood.

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