Permits have been filed for an eight-story mixed-use building at 144-75 Barclay Avenue, in Flushing, Queens. The site is three blocks away from the Murray Hill train station, serviced by the LIRR. Eight blocks away is the Main Street subway station, end of the line in Queens for the 7 train. Yanjing Xie is listed as responsible for the development.
Permits have been filed for a three-story mixed-use structure at 1121 36th Street, in Kensington, Brooklyn. The site is eight blocks away from the Church Avenue subway station, serviced by the F and G trains, and nine blocks away from the 9th Avenue subway station, serviced by the D trains. Mina Group LLC is behind the applications.
Permits have been filed for a four-story residential building at 1950 Hobart Avenue, in The Bronx’s Middletown-Pelham Bay. The site is near the Westchester Avenue commercial thoroughfare, and three blocks away from the Pelham Bay Park subway station, end of the line in the borough for the 6 train. Pjerin Tinaj is listed as behind the applications.
The 2010s have seen an unprecedented number of new skyscrapers pierce the Manhattan skyline. This week, YIMBY will tour six of the tallest developments currently under construction and recently completed, starting with what may now be the most iconic structure in Tribeca, at 56 Leonard Street. Today, we have a look at the views offered from its uppermost penthouse, from approximately 800 feet above street level.
New single-family homes are fairly uncommon in New York City, which makes the suburban qualities of 300 Kenmore Road somewhat unusual compared to what we usually see. Developers are proposing the two-story building in Douglaston, Queen, one of the more affluent low-rise residential neighborhoods in the city. The area was declared a New York City Historic District in 2004. T.F. Cusanelli and Filletti Architects are responsible for the design.