Joseph Sarcona has filed applications for twin two-story, single-family homes — each measuring 2,100 square feet — spanning the lots 143-145 Arthur Avenue, in Arrochar, located just south of the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge on Staten Island. Dennis Dellandelo is the architect of record, an the site’s former two-story abode was demolished this past January.
Savo Realty Corp has filed applications for a three-story, two-family building measuring nearly 3,600 square feet at the vacant lot of 23 Herbert Street, in Prince’s Bay. Diffendale & Kubec is the architect of record, and Savo Realty had previously filed applications for similar structures at the adjacent lots 5, 11, and 17 Herbert Street, and 14 Holten Avenue.
The New York Times recently noticed Ironstate’s URL Staten Island — located on the Stapleton’s waterfront, the first phase to include 571 residential units and 35,000 square feet of retail space — has made significant progress in construction. Revealed by YIMBY in 2014, multiple buildings have topped-out at five stories, and roughly half of the retail space is already leased. Completion of the first phase is expected later this year.
A long vacant piece of Staten Island is finally seeing new life, now that plans have been filed for 11 townhouses along a city-owned stretch of Bloomingdale Road in Charleston, a small neighborhood at the southwestern edge of the island.
In July, YIMBY brought you word that the owners of the Staten Island Mall were seeking permission from the city to add nearly half a million square feet of new space without building any new parking….