The Landmarks Preservation Commission’s backlog, which had been reduced from 95 items to 30 items in February, has taken another big step towards being cleared. On Tuesday, the LPC designated eight new city individual landmarks, and they span all five boroughs.
Staten Island-based M&B Construction has filed applications for a four-story, 13-unit residential building at 77 Thompson Street, in Stapleton, located three blocks from the neighborhood’s Staten Island Railway station. The structure will encompass 10,920 square feet and its residential units should average 646 square feet apiece, indicative of rental apartments. Each floor will host between two and four apartments, and there will be a four-car garage located in the building’s cellar. Anthony Scaglione’s Staten Island-based architecture firm is the architect of record. The 42-foot-wide, 4,220-square-foot lot is currently vacant.
Staten Island-based Pete Rock Inc. has filed applications for three three-story, two-family houses at 114 Sinclair Avenue and 193-197 Sheldon Avenue, in Woodrow, located on the southern end of Staten Island. Each will measure 3,629 square feet, and will be occupied by a single unit on the ground floor and a second unit on the second and third levels. The units will spacious in size and should feature multiple bedrooms. All of the houses will also come with a garage big enough for a single vehicle. Staten Island-based Joseph M. Morace is the architect of record. The block-thru plot of land was subdivided into three separate tax lots in March, although a small house still must be demolished on the Sheldon Avenue side.
After a decade of delays, Triangle Equities finally landed financing and broke ground last month on Lighthouse Point, a sprawling mixed-use project next to the St. George Ferry Terminal on Staten Island. Now, YIMBY has new images of the residential, retail, and office complex under construction on the North Shore.
Staten Island-based property owner Joseph Palermo has filed applications for two three-story, two-family residential buildings at 47-53 Atlantic Avenue, in Dongan Hills, located seven blocks from the neighborhood’s Staten Island Railway station. Each of them will measure 4,000 square feet. In each, there will be one apartment unit on the ground floor and a second unit spanning across the second and third floors. The smaller units should average roughy 1,000 square feet and the larger apartments should measure roughly 2,000 square feet. Emanuel Lo Bue’s Staten Island-based Lo Bue & Valenziano is the applicant of record. The 100-foot-wide plot of land is currently occupied by a two-story house, which for which demolition permits were filed back in November.