Community Facility

1123 Ocean View Avenue

Six-Story, 11,500-Square-Foot Medical Office Project Filed At 1123 Ocean View Avenue, Brighton Beach

Igor Zagranichny, doing business as an anonymous Queens-based LLC, has filed applications for a six-story, 11,545-square-foot medical office building at 1123 Ocean View Avenue, in Brighton Beach, located six blocks from the Brighton Beach stop on the B/Q lines. The entire building, from the basement level to the sixth-floor penthouse, will feature 11,299 square feet of medical space (noted as community facility square-footage in filings). The new building would rise on a 25-foot-wide, 2,475-square-foot lot currently occupied by a two-and-a-half-story brick house. Demolition permits have not yet been filed. Ruslan S. Goychayev’s Brooklyn-based RSLN Architecture is the architect of record.


Pier 40

Request For Proposals Launched For Pier 40’s Design Phase, Hudson Square

Yesterday, the Hudson River Park Trust launched a Request for Proposals (RFP) for the design phase of Pier 40’s much needed repair and renovation, Crain’s reported. The 15-acre sports facility is located in the Hudson River off Hudson Square and serves a key role in Westbrook Partners’ and Atlas Capital Group’s planned mixed-use development at 550 Washington Street, which is currently moving through the city’s Urban Land Use Review Process (ULURP). The developers plan to transfer roughly $100 million worth of air rights off Pier 40, although they will have to wait until the ULURP is finished (which legalizes the sale). The proceeds from the sale would fund Pier 40’s eventual overhaul, which will include a 10-year plan to replace more than half of its 3,500 steel piles. ULURP for the project across the street is expected to wrap up this fall, and, at that point, the Hudson River Park Trust will launch another RFP in search for a team to follow through with the design plans.


445 East 68th Street

17-Story New York-Presbyterian Hospital Expansion Tops Out At 445 East 68th Street, Upper East Side

In January, YIMBY brought you construction shots of New York-Presbyterian Hospital’s new 17-story, 733,500-square-foot David H. Koch Center at 445 East 68th Street, on the Upper East Side. At the time, the structure was roughly 14 stories up. Now, DNAinfo reports the project has topped out. The new building also has an address at 1283-1299 York Avenue, and it will serve as an multi-specialist outpatient center and a maternity ward. The maternity ward is being dubbed the Alexandra & Steven Cohen Hospital for Women and Newborns, and will span floors 12 through 17. Amenities will include dining rooms, conference centers, staff lounges, and a 128-car parking garage. The building, designed by HOK, is expected to open in 2018.


Ray and Joan Croc Corps. Community Center

Salvation Army Drops Plans For Community Center At 75 Vanderbilt Avenue, Clifton, Staten Island

The Salvation Army is abandoning plans to demolish vacant wings of the former Bayley Seton Hospital in order to build a new community center, at 75 Vanderbilt Avenue, in the Clinton section of Staten Island. DNAinfo reports the plans were dropped due to economic challenges and a lack of financing for the project. The long-planned, Dattner Architects-designed Ray and Joan Kroc Corps. Community Center would have served as an educational and recreational hub for children. Staten Island Borough President James Oddo plans to work with the Salvation Army, and possibly others, over the next few weeks to draw up new plans for the sprawling site. The organization acquired six buildings across seven acres of the campus in 2009. Richmond University Medical Center currently operates in the main building.


1374 65th Street

Three-Story Multi-Use Commercial Project Coming To 1374 65th Street, Dyker Heights

Property owner Tiffany Tam, doing business as Staten Island-based Golden Stone Enterprise, has filed applications for a three-story, 6,000-square-foot multi-use commercial building at 1374 65th Street, in northern Dyker Heights, located four blocks from subway stops on the D and N trains. The ground floor of the new building will be entirely retail, the second floor will contain a children’s daycare center, and the third floor will have medical offices. Robert Palermo’s Brooklyn-based Corporate Design of America is the architect of record. The 50-foot-wide plot of land is currently occupied by a two-story brick house. Demolition permits have not yet been filed to knock it down.


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