Long Island-based Astrit Canj has filed applications for a two-story, two-unit mixed-use building at 179 McClean Avenue, in Staten Island’s south shore neighborhood of Arrochar, near the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge. The small infill project will measure 4,000 square feet in total, with half the square-footage designated for ground-floor retail space. On the second floor, the residential units will average 1,000 square feet each. Staten Island-based Ryan & Vaccaro is the architect, and an existing home deep in the lot must first be demolished.
Staten Island-based RCI Plumbing Corp. has filed applications for six semi-detached, three-story homes at 3333-3347 Richmond Avenue, in the Arden Heights neighborhood in Staten Island. The development will net a total 14,687 square feet, with four homes measuring roughly 3,000 square feet and two at 1,400 square feet. Staten Island-based Lo Bue & Valenziano is the architect of record, and the plot of land is currently vacant.
Triangle Equities’ huge, mixed-use Lighthouse Point project is one step closer to becoming a reality next to the Staten Island ferry terminal in St. George. New building applications filed Friday call for 16-story, 116-unit development at 35A Bay Street, along the waterfront in northeastern part of the borough.
When a storm surge slammed into Aimann Youssef’s house on Midland Avenue in Staten Island during Hurricane Sandy, he was devastated. Nearly three years later, the 45-year-old Syrian immigrant is taking steps to rebuild his house at 481 Midland Avenue, even if he can barely afford it. Tribeca-based AB Architekten, headed by Alex Blakely, created a simple, modern design for the two-family home.
A Staten Island-based LLC has filed applications for a semi-detached, four-unit residential development at 443 Lincoln Avenue, in Midland Beach, on Staten Island’s southern shore. Each two-story townhouse will measure 1,200 square feet, and Frank Martarella’s Think Design Architecture is designing. The site isn’t very accessible, located 10 blocks from SIRR’s Grand City stop. Demolition commenced on the existing single-story home in June.