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PSIS437 - Brooklyn

PROPOSED NEW HIGH SCHOOL IN QUEENS, H.S. Q472

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
  • Q472 Technical Memorandum and Attachment
  • PROPOSED HIGH SCHOOL FACILITY FOR QUEENS

    On behalf of the New York City Department of Education (DOE), the New York School Construction Authority ("SCA") proposes to construct a new, approximately 801-seat high school (HS) facility, currently known as HS 497Q, at 165-18 Hillside Avenue in the Jamaica Hills neighborhood of Queens. The proposed new school facility will serve students in grade levels nine through twelve within the Borough of Queens.


    This notice is issued pursuant to 6 NYCRR Part 617, adopted pursuant to section 3.0301(1)(b), (2)(m) and 8-0113 of the Environmental Conservation Law (ECL), State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQRA). Pursuant to §1730.2 of the Public Authorities Law, the New York City School Construction Authority (SCA) is deemed the lead agency for the purposes of implementation of the environmental review procedures prescribed by article 8 of the ECL and the rules and regulations promulgated by the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) pursuant thereto SEQR. The SCA, as Lead Agency, intends to prepare a targeted Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) for the proposed action described below.


    The SCA has determined the proposed project to be an Unlisted Action per SEQRA; which requires a determination of significance. The SCA has prepared a Full Environmental Assessment Form (EAF) and Supplemental Studies for the proposed action and determined that the proposed project may result in traffic impacts.  The SCA is issuing this Notice, having determined that, because the proposed project may result in one or more significant adverse impacts to the environment, a targeted DEIS will be prepared to assess the impact(s) and propose possible mitigation.
     

    PROPOSED PRIMARY SCHOOL FACILITY FOR DISTRICT 25

    The New York City School Construction Authority (SCA) is proposing the development of a new primary school with a capacity of approximately 572- seats in Bay Terrace Queens. The proposed site contains approximately 44,000 square feet (1.01 acres) and is a vacant lot located at the corner of Water’s Edge Drive and 24th Avenue.  The SCA will continue to accept public comments on this proposal until July 20, 2021

     

     

    PROPOSED PRIMARY SCHOOL FACILITY FOR COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 10, Bronx

    The New York City School Construction Authority (SCA) is proposing the acquisition of a privately-owned site for the development of a new, approximately 696-seat primary school facility in Community School District No. 10 in the Kingsbridge section of the Bronx.

    The proposed site is approximately 24,300 square feet (0.56 acres) and is located on the east side of John M. Collins Place, and will be on a portion of a residential development property bound by Van Cortlandt Park South to the north, Putman Avenue to the east and West 239th Street to the south. The proposed site is privately-owned and contains a vacant building which was formerly part of the Church of the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary campus, located in the Kingsbridge section of the Bronx. The SCA will continue to accept public comments on this proposal until January 3, 2022

     

    PROPOSED PRIMARY SCHOOL AND INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL FACILITY FOR COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 6

     The New York City School Construction Authority (SCA) is proposing the development of a new primary school and Intermediate School facility with a capacity of approximately 860 seats for Community School District No. 6 in Manhattan. The proposed site contains approximately 27,710 square feet (0.64 acres) of lot area and is located on the east side of 10th Avenue, bounded by W. 201st Street to the south and 202nd Street to the north.  The site is privately owned and it is located within the Special Inwood Zoning District.  The northern portion of the site (lot 5) is improved with a 2 story masonry building, the southern portion of the site (lot 1) is a former gas station mostly paved and improved with temporary steel structures.  The SCA will continue to accept public comments on this proposal until March 29, 2021