Staten Island

410 Bartlett Avenue

Four-Unit Residential Development Coming To 410 Bartlett Avenue, Arden Heights, Staten Island

NNT Development has filed applications for a four-unit residential development spanning the vacant lots 410-416 Bartlett Avenue, in Arden Heights, on Staten Island’s South Shore. The project will consists of a three-story, two-unit building measuring 2,250 square feet, and two single-family homes each measuring 1,460 square feet. Stanley Krebushevski’s Staten Island-based SMK Architect is designing.


Landmarks Rejects Proposal For New Meals On Wheels Building At Seaview Colony On Staten Island

Meals on Wheels of Staten Island says it has outgrown its existing building and needs a new one. The city has found them a plot of land, officially listed as 460 Brielle Avenue, at the former Seaview Hospital site (which is across from the New York City Farm Colony, which is being redeveloped as a senior housing complex called Landmark Colony). The design was presented to the Landmarks Preservation Commission on Tuesday, but did not pass muster. The commissioners didn’t feel it fit in well enough with its surroundings.

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110 Port Richmond Avenue

77-Unit Supportive Housing Building Planned At 110 Port Richmond Avenue, Port Richmond

Saint Joseph’s Medical Center plans to purchase the dilapidated two-story structure at 108-110 Port Richmond Avenue, on Staten Island’s North Shore, and develop a 77-unit supportive housing facility, according to DNAinfo. Fifty units will be set aside for those suffering from mental illnesses, while the remaining 27 units will be rented at below-market rates. The state will approve the plans after the community has 75 days to express concerns.


332 Davis Avenue

Three Residential Units Coming To 332 Davis Avenue, West New Brighton, Staten Island

Property owner Robert Elassad has filed applications for a two-building, three-unit residential development spanning 332-334 Davis Avenue, in West New Brighton, on Staten Island’s North Shore. A two-story, two-unit building is planned at No. 332, while a two-story, single-family home is slated for No. 334; residential units will average 1,340 square feet. Calvanico Associates is the applicant of record, and an demolition applications were filed for an existing two-story structure earlier this month.


6 Brighton Street

Eight Residential Units Coming To 6 Brighton Street, Staten Island’s Tottenville

Fas Building Corporation has filed applications for four two-family residential buildings spanning the lots of 6-18 Brighton Street and 7474 Amboy Road, in Tottenville on Staten Island’s south shore. Each building will stand three stories tall, and units will average 1,270 square feet apiece. Stanley Krebushevski’s SMK Architect is designing, and an existing 2.5-story house must first be removed.


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