Two warehouses in Ridgewood, Queens will be no more. The Loketch Group just acquired two vacant structures at 801 Wyckoff Avenue and 819 Wyckoff Avenue for $11.25 million. They present up to 43,000 square feet of development potential and Loketch plans to use just about all of it for a new residential project. They’re planning a 42,971 square-foot, five-story building with 54 units. The average size will be 795 square feet and 29 of the units will be duplexes. There will also be 1,000 square feet of recreation space on the top floor, along with a 420 square-foot roof deck. It has been designed by J Frankl Associates.
Sal Mendolia has filed applications for a four-story, seven-unit residential building at 18-23 Palmetto Street, in Ridgewood, a stone’s throw away from the M train’s stop at Seneca Avenue. The building will measure 5,000 square feet, and units will average a rental-sized 714 square feet apiece. Panagis Georgopoulos’ Flushing-based firm is the architect of record, and the site’s single-story predecessor was demolished over the summer.
Property owner Jack Landau, doing business as an anonymous LLC, has filed applications for a four-story, seven-unit residential building at 462 Seneca Avenue, in western Ridgewood, five blocks from the L train’s stop at Dekalb and Wyckoff Avenues. The building will measure 4,995 square feet in total, which means units will average 714 square feet, indicative of rentals. Brooklyn-based Barry Goldsmith is the architect of record, and permits were filed earlier this month to demolish an existing two-story townhouse.
Last year, Slate Property Group won a rezoning for a junkyard at 176 Woodward Avenue in Ridgewood, where they planned an 88-unit apartment building with low-cost space for community groups and artists.
Property owner Vincent Cangialosi has filed applications for two three-story, multi-family residential buildings at 59-35 Menahan Street, in Ridgewood, eight blocks north of the M train’s Forest Avenue stop. A smaller six-unit building had been filed in January, but those plans now appear outdated. The latest filings call for six residential units — three in each building — spread across a total of 13,630 square feet, for very spacious units averaging 2,270 square feet. Salvatore Prainito’s Astoria-based Prainito Design Group is the applicant of record, and the site’s two-story home was filed for demolition earlier this month.