PSIS437 - Brooklyn

Comments on the proposed actions below should be sent to the attention of:

William Estes, Vice President, Legal and General Counsel 
New York City School Construction Authority 
30-30 Thomson Avenue 
Long Island City, NY 11101


On behalf of the New York City Department of Education (DOE), the New York School Construction Authority ("SCA") proposes to construct a new, approximately 3,079-seat high school (HS) facility, currently known as HS 472Q, at 51-30 Northern Boulevard in the Woodside section of Queens. The proposed new school facility will serve students in grade levels nine through twelve within the Borough of Queens, which is expected to include three different high school organizations and a District 75 program.

The SCA, serving as Lead Agency, is issuing a Notice of Completion pursuant to Article 8 of the New York State Environmental Conservation Law concerning the Final Targeted Environmental Impact Statement ("FEIS") that has been prepared to address potential significant, adverse impacts resulting from the proposed project. 

  • Notice of Public Scoping & Intent to Prepare a Draft Targeted Environmental Impact Statement
  • Proposed HS 472 a Full Environmental Assessment Form (FEAF)
  • Proposed HS 472 FEAF Appendices
  • Final Scope of Work for the Targeted DEIS
  • Notice of Public Hearing Targeted DEIS
  • Notice of Completion & Public Hearing of the Targeted DEIS
  • Targeted DEIS
  • Notice of Completion of the Targeted FEIS
  • Targeted FEIS
  • Q472 Statement of Findings


    The New York City School Construction Authority (SCA) is proposing the development of a new primary school with a capacity of approximately 322-seats for Community School District 20.The proposed site contains approximately 17,000 square feet (approx. 0.39 acres) of lot area and is located on the corner of 3rd Avenue, between 68th Street and Senator Street on the block bounded by Senator Street to the north, 68th Street to the south, Ridge Boulevard to the west and 3rd Avenue to the east.The site is privately-owned and is occupied by a 1-story (with basement) medical office building with an adjacent parking lot in the Bay Ridge section of Brooklyn.The SCA will continue to accept public comments on this proposal until December 19, 2019.