Additional Permits Filed for 1441 South Avenue, Bloomfield, Staten Island

1441 South Avenue1441 South Avenue site, rendering by CetraRuddy. Depicted parking garages may differ from the design by Desman Design Management

Permits have been filed for another major parking facility at 1441 South Avenue, in Bloomfield, Staten Island. The development is connected to an office building designed by CetraRuddy. The site is disconnected from the Staten Island Railway. Two bus lines are the only public transport that connect the location with the rest of the borough. This explains the need for a massive parking garage like the one proposed. Nicotra Group will be responsible for the development.

1441 South Avenue

Office Building at 1441 South Avenue, design by CetraRuddy

The 53-foot-tall structure will yield 222,270 square feet, all of which will be dedicated for the parking facility. Despite the massive scope, the building will only contain space for 640 vehicles. 64 bicycle parking spaces will also be made available on the ground floor, as well as 26 handicap parking spaces and six handicap van parking spaces.

Desman Design Management will be responsible for the design. The estimated completion date has not yet been announced.

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5 Comments on "Additional Permits Filed for 1441 South Avenue, Bloomfield, Staten Island"

  1. Please pardon me for using your space: See about its design I was success. (Hello YIMBY)

  2. 53 story structure?

  3. 53 story? Probably 5 or 3 story. Fix it.

  4. Staten Islander | February 23, 2018 at 9:52 am | Reply

    Is 640 spaces enough for an office building that size? The two bus lines, the S46 and S96, that run on South Avenue start out at the S.I. Ferry terminal and pass through some of SI’s worse neighborhoods.

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