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Staten Island | 12 Van Duzer Street | 60 FT | 6 FLOORS
Project: 12 Van Duzer Street




The development, known as Pavilion Hill Terrace, will rise on a dramatically sloped lot at the corner of Victory Boulevard, St. Pauls Avenue, Montgomery Avenue, and Van Duzer Street. Ten rental apartments will be stacked on top of a 1,000-square-foot retail space and a little 300-square-foot community facility (likely a doctor’s office). They’ll be studios and one-bedrooms, with average units measuring 826 square feet.

Residents will have nice views of the harbor, and they’ll have access to laundry in the cellar and bike storage on the first floor.

Developer George Christo, who runs Door to Door Realty, told YIMBY that the building will feature a green roof, energy efficient electric heating, and a rain water collection system. The property sits in the Hillside Preservation District, which means Door to Door had to secure special permits from City Planning in order to build there. He added that the hillside drops 120 feet, but the building will only reach 60 feet into the air, so it will “fit within the topography of the area.”
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YIMBY: Six Three-Story, Single-Family Homes Coming To 4-14 Summerfield Place, Graniteville, Staten Island

Staten Island-based Carmela Estates has filed applications for six three-story, single-family homes at 4-14 Summerfield Place, in Graniteville, located on Staten Island’s north shore. Each of the houses will measure between 2,045 and 2,216 square feet, and they will likely be marketed towards families. The roughly 130-foot-wide site, at the corner of Forest Avenue, is currently vacant. Stanley Krebushevski’s Staten Island-based SMK Architect is the architect of record.
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The entire development will comprise 750 residential units, with at least 30 percent or 225 units designated as affordable housing; 18,880 square feet of retail area; parking area designed to accommodate 341 vehicles; and 7,790 square feet of landscaped outdoor area, the majority of which will be available for public use.
 
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