Construction is now complete on Tree of Life, a new affordable housing project at 89-46 164th Street in Jamaica, Queens. Developed in collaboration by First Jamaica Community and Urban Development Corporation (FJCUDC) and Bluestone Organization and designed by GF55 Architects, the 12-story building comprises 174 affordable units for a range of incomes from extremely low to moderate- and middle-income households. A total of 53 apartments will be permanently affordable under the city’s inclusionary housing program.
A new rendering has been revealed for 160-14 Hillside Avenue, a seven-story residential building in Jamaica, Queens. Designed by ARC Architecture + Design Studio and developed by A&R Properties Group, the structure will span 40,000 square feet and yield 44 units and 3,500 square feet of ground-floor retail space. The property is located at the corner of Hillside Avenue and 161st Street, near the MTA’s Parsons Boulevard subway station.
Permits have been filed for a four-story school building at 107-01 Wren Place in Jamaica, Queens. Located at the intersection of Wren Place and Polhemus Avenue, the lot is adjacent to P.S./I.S. 116Q The William C. Hughley School and near the 169th Street subway station, serviced by the E and F trains. NYC School Construction Authority is listed as the owner behind the applications.
The affordable housing lottery has launched for Allen Affordable HDFC, a two-family, 3,200-square-foot house at 163-19 109th Avenue in Jamaica, Queens. Designed by Gerald Caliendo Architects and developed by The Greater Allen Development Corporation, the structure yields two residences, each with three bedrooms and two bathrooms. Available on NYC Housing Connect is one unit for sale for residents at 165 percent of the area median income (AMI), ranging in eligible income from $155,882 to $273,075.
Permits have been filed for a four-story school building at 88-40 179th Place in Jamaica, Queens. Located between 90th Avenue and Hillside Avenue, the lot is adjacent to PS 95 school and steps from the 179th Street subway station, serviced by the E and F trains. New York City School Construction Authority is listed as the owner behind the applications.