Community Healthcare Associates, doing business as Cha Properties, has filed applications for a four-story, 49,228 square-foot community health care facility at 105-20 Rockaway Beach Boulevard, in the Seaside section of the Rockaways, right below the Beach 105th Street stop on the A and S trains. The building will incorporate the entire block, and the existing supermarket will have to be demolished. The Schedule A has offices occupying all four levels, and Englewood, NJ-based Ronald Schmidt is the architect of record.
Abdul Wahid has filed applications for a four-story, 16,563 square-foot religiously affiliated community building at 2105 82nd Street, in southern Bensonhurst, five blocks from the D train’s stop at 20th Avenue. The bottom floor will have the building’s lobby and area of worship, the second and third floors will be fitted for medical offices and classrooms, and the top floor will house the living quarters for three care takers. Long Island-based Willy Zambrano is the architect of record, and demolition permits were filed for two houses earlier this year.
Christian non-profit Metro World Child is renovating and expanding its Bushwick headquarters, and their development partner, Moshe Braver, has filed new building applications for a five-story residential project on their former property at 338 Evergreen Avenue.
Last week, YIMBY reported on the first permits for a new building coming to 70 Atlantic Avenue, in Cobble Hill, at a site formerly known as 339 Hicks Street. It currently houses a building for Long Island College Hospital, but that will soon be demolished to make way for an NYU Langone Ambulatory Care Clinic, which we can now reveal.
As the Rabsky Group plans to rezone an industrial swath of Williamsburg’s Broadway Triangle for a huge residential development, other landlords are converting the area’s commercial buildings to apartments and retail. Schlomo Landau has filed alteration applications to expand a two-story storefront at 687 Flushing Avenue to a nine-story apartment building.