PSIS437 - Brooklyn

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

Ross J. Holden
Executive Vice President & General Counsel 
New York City School Construction Authority 
30-30 Thomson Avenue 
Long Island City, NY 11101

PROPOSED NEW INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL FACILITY FOR COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 30

The New York City School Construction Authority (SCA) is proposing the development of a new intermediate school facility with a capacity of approximately 600 seats in Community School District No. 30. The proposed site contains approximately 25,000 square feet (0.57 acres) of lot area and is located at the southwest corner of 48th Street and Barnett Avenue in the Sunnyside section of Queens. The SCA will continue to accept public comments on this proposal until November 4, 2016.

PROPOSED PRIMARY/INTERMEDIATE  SCHOOL FACILITY FOR COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 31

The New York City School Construction Authority (SCA) is proposing the development of a new primary/intermediate school facility with a capacity of approximately 700 seats for Community School District No. 31 in Staten Island. The proposed site is an entire block, located on the northerly side of Waverly Place, the westerly side Wiederer Place, the southerly side of Osgood Avenue and the easterly side of Targee Street.  It is privately owned and contains a three-story warehouse building.  The SCA will continue to accept comments on this proposal until December 26, 2016.

PROPOSED PRIMARY/INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL FACILITY FOR COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 19

 As part of the City of New York’s East New York Neighborhood Plan, the New York City School Construction Authority (SCA) is proposing the development of a new primary/intermediate school facility with a capacity of approximately 1,000 seats for Community School District No. 19 in Brooklyn. The proposed site consists of a portion of one vacant lot owned by the City of New York and is located on the block bounded by Atlantic Avenue, Logan Street, Dinsmore Place and Chestnut Street.  The SCA will continue to accept public comments on this proposal until February 17, 2017.



PROPOSED PRIMARY SCHOOL FACILITY FOR COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 15

The New York City School Construction Authority (SCA) is proposing the development of a new primary school facility with a capacity of approximately 300 seats for Community School District No. 15 in Brooklyn. The proposed site consists of one lot located on the northeast corner of 8th Avenue and 46th Street, on the block bounded by 8th Avenue, 45th Street, 9th Avenue and 46th Street.   The property is privately-owned and contains a former supermarket.  The SCA will continue to accept public comments on this proposal until February 26, 2017.

Proposed Primary School Facility for Community School District No. 15

The New York City School Construction Authority (SCA) is proposing the development of a new primary school facility with a capacity of approximately 300 seats for Community School District No. 15 in Brooklyn. The proposed site consists of two lots located on the southwest corner of 3rd Avenue and 43rd Street, on the block bounded by 3rd Avenue, 43rd Street, 4th Avenue and 44th Street. One lot is privately-owned and is unimproved. The second lot is also privately-owned and contains two vacant, deteriorated buildings that were previously used as a police precinct station and stable; those structures comprise a designated New York City Landmark. The SCA will continue to accept public comments on this proposal until July 15, 2016.

Proposed Primary School Facility for Community School District No. 15

The New York City School Construction Authority (SCA) is proposing the development of a new primary school facility with a capacity of approximately 404 seats for Community School District No. 15 in Brooklyn. The proposed site contains approximately 19,600 square feet (0.44 acres) of lot area and is located on the corner of 5th Avenue and 36th Street, on the block bounded by 5th Avenue, 36th Street, 4th Avenue and 34th Street. The site is privately-owned and contains a 2 story building with a community outreach facility. The SCA will continue to accept public comments on this proposal until July 27, 2017.