Staten Island-based Brandon Property Group has filed applications for twin two-story, multi-family residential buildings at 178 Foster Road, in Prince’s Bay, on Staten Island’s southern shore. Located seven blocks from the SIRR station, each building will house two units, and each unit will span an entire floor averaging 1,328 square feet. Staten Island-based Calvanico Associates is the architect of record, and an old single-family home was demolished in July.
Staten Island-based Andrew Esposito has filed applications for twin three-story, two-unit residential buildings spanning the lots at 322-326 Robinson Avenue, in Eltingville (on Staten Island’s South Shore). The four total residential units will average 960 square feet apiece, and each unit will have one off-street parking spot. Stanley Krebushevski’s SMK Architect is the applicant of record, and permits were filed in July to demolish the existing single-family home.
Fazio Builders, doing business has Victory Highland LLC, has filed applications for multiple three-story, six-unit residential buildings at 7 Highland Avenue, in Silver Lake near the St. George ferry terminal. Three buildings have been filed, which means 18 residential units will split across 23,675 square feet of space, for 1,315 square-foot units on average. Staten Island-based Moss & Sayad Architects is the applicant of record.
Staten Island’s North Shore is preparing for four big developments and the 630-foot-tall New York Wheel, which will draw thousands of new residents and a huge influx of visitors to the sleepy industrial waterfront. But the city hasn’t spent much time trying to grapple with the borough’s longstanding infrastructure challenges that will only worsen as the population grows.
Earlier this month, YIMBY brought you news of Saint Joseph’s Medical Center’s plans to develop a supportive housing building at 108-110 Port Richmond Avenue, on Staten Island’s North Shore. A rendering has now surfaced of the project, per DNAinfo, and the structure will hold 50 supportive housing units for the mentally ill, and an additional 27 affordable units. Edelman Sultan Knox Wood Architects is designing, and an existing building must first be demolished.