Board found the applicant had a vested right to complete construction of the building as designed. On June 2, 2015 the Board of Standards and Appeals voted to permit 250 Manhattan LLC to continue constructing a six-story mixed commercial and residential building at 250 Manhattan Avenue in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. The building will contain eight dwelling units and commercial space totaling 7,613 square feet of floor area.
Board approved construction after assurances from FDNY. On January 13, 2015 the Board of Standards and Appeals approved a special permit for Carlo Saccheri to construct a two-story commercial building at 44 Marjorie Street in Charleston, Staten Island. The building will be used for the receiving and storage of plumbing supplies, as well as associated office space and commercial truck parking.
BSA found the proposed expansion would not alter the neighborhood character or interfere with any pending public improvements. On December 9, 2014 the Board of Standards and Appeals voted to grant the applicant, Galt Group Holdings, a special permit to extend the rear portion of an existing building as part of the building’s conversion into a single-family home. The building is located at 127 East 71st Street in Manhattan’s Upper East Side Historic District, … <Read More>
Approval permits demolition of old farmhouse to make way for a shopping center. On December 15, 2014 the City Council Subcommittee on Zoning and Franchises voted unanimously to approve rezoning for portions of a block to permit the construction of a retail shopping center. The rezoned portion is bounded by Forest Avenue to the north, Monsey Place to the south, Richmond Avenue to the east, and P.S. 22 to the west.