Sunday, November 25, 2018
When is an attic not an attic?
4-story building and this rendering doesn't seem to show that.
The 4th floor says "UPPER PORTION OF CLASS "A" DWELLING UNIT 276.5 SQ. FT. OPEN TO BELOW UNFLOORED AREA TO REMAIN PERMANENTLY"
there were issues, including a stop work order.
Posted by Queens Crapper at 12:23 AM
Labels: building permits, fabian construction, Middle Village, self certification, stop work order, violations
And where will the people who don't get the 2 driveways park? This garbage is going on all over northern Queens. There are only so many parking spaces, unless you find some way to violate the laws of physics. Building multistory residential buildings makes money for the landlord and creates parking nightmares for people who live there and in the surrounding area. But developers only hear the ka-ching, not the grunts of people lugging heavy groceries or other purchases 2 blocks back to their homes because they couldn't find a closer parking space.
This site is two doors away from 67-35 73 Place, where owner Joseph DeFronzo called Ognibene to help him with "legalizing his mother's home" so he could sell the 2 family as a 4 family. Several DOB employees, including James Leonard, the DOB Queens Commissioner, got snared in that foul-up back in 2001.
67-43 is only one of two addresses on this Single Zoning Lot. Here is its Zoning Diagram for a better look at what they plan: http://a810-bisweb.nyc.gov/bisweb/BScanJobDocumentServlet?requestid=7&passjobnumber=421552251&passdocnumber=01&allbin=4617736&scancode=ESHS3323563
Yes. How can each address be a 3-family dwelling (six families). Second question: If each address covers 38 per cent of the lot, keep in mind that the maximum lot coverage in R5 is 55 per cent so how is the developer allowed to cover so much of the lot?
Same shit, same exact pre-fab building happening as far out as Manhasset now, the Asians been buying with cash all around the train station and claim the need them for extended family and pay taxes.
Like the first commenter said, there are three families and yet only one driveway. With rents in excess of $2k+ it's almost inevitable that at least most of those families moving in will have AT LEAST one car. I say that's it's near inevitable because with a salary that can afford that rent can surely afford a car in their budgets, and especially in mass transit deserts (but who am I kidding, who would voluntary forgo a car for transit in NYC if they can afford it anyway)
Understand that folks with the McMansions you abhor are willing to stand up with you against the homeless shelters, the elimination of specialized schools, and other QOL concerns.
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