Another 14-Story, 82-Unit Affordable Residential Building Filed at 127-10 Locust Manor Lane, South Jamaica

126-30 Locus Manor Lane, image via Bing MapsLocust Manor Estates site (outdated). Image via Bing Maps.

D&F Development Group has recently filed applications for another 82-unit residential building, at 127-10 Locust Manor Lane, within their multi-building Locust Manor Estates development in South Jamaica. The project will rise 14 stories and measure 89,382 square feet. Its residential units should average 1,029 square feet apiece, indicative of family-sized configurations. All of the apartments will be subsidized rentals. Amenities include a community room, a 29-car parking garage, storage for 41 bikes, tenant storage, and laundry facilities. Gerald J. Caliendo’s Briarwood-based architecture firm is the architect of record.

Completed buildings within Locust Manor Estates include the Arbor, a 53-unit affordable rental, and the Summerset, a 59-unit senior building. Ones under construction include the Pavilion, an 85-unit affordable rental at 171-04 Baisley Boulevard, and the Horizon, a 53-unit affordable rental at 126-02 Locust Manor Lane. A separate 14-story, 82-unit residential building is still in the planning stages at 126-30 Locust Manor Lane.

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3 Comments on "Another 14-Story, 82-Unit Affordable Residential Building Filed at 127-10 Locust Manor Lane, South Jamaica"

  1. YIMBY..thanks very much for your information about under construction, rendering and topped out (such as 3-story, 8-story, 25-story and 72-story)..this week is ending again but you know I can back to read your news every time (again and again) because you are pay attention to tell us on all of development..I miss you always and I wish you have a beautiful day with your freetime that you want to aerial view wide screen me to see clearly, that location set to a new 14-story. (goodbye my friend & see you)

  2. David i also check Yimby several times a day to see new developements. I also use google earth to view the addresses. I love Yimby too. Im proud of New York and New Jersey.

  3. I too check Yimby often, just to see what David has to say!

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