SNew development projects filed in 2018 could bring as much as 1.1 million square feet of space to Staten Island. The Real Deal’s analysis shows that 2111 Richmond Terrace was the largest filing in 2018, with a projected 305,076 square feet. The site, which is being developed by U-Haul, includes a large storage facility. The NYC School Construction Authority also has big plans for the borough, filing plans for three development sites, including 715 Ocean Terrace, where the agency plans to put a new building, slated to span more than 100,000 square feet.
10 LARGEST DEVELOPMENTS FILED IN THE Staten Island IN 2018
|Rank||Address||Sq. Ft.||Residential Units||Developer|
|1||2111 Richmond Terrace||305,076||0||U-Haul|
|2||2800 X Victory Boulevard||140,307||0||Dormitory Authority of New York|
|3||115 Friendship Lane||132,019||198||Douglaston Development|
|4||715 L Ocean Terrace||101,934||0||NYC School Construction Authority|
|5||1441 South Avenue||88,136||0||Nicotra Group|
|6||45 Waverly Place||84,547||0||NYC School Construction Authority|
|7||460 New Dorp Lane||84,137||95||Sunrise Senior Living|
|8||1064 Willowbrook Road||75,158||0||NYC School Construction Authority|
|9||355 Bard Avenue||58,707||0||Richmond University Medical Center|
|10||115 Cable Way||47,561||0||New Land Contracting|
Source: The Real Deal analysis of NYC Dept. of Buildings data on new building applications for Staten Island filed in 2018.