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 Intermediate School Facility for Community School District No. 15

The New York City School Construction Authority (SCA) is proposing the development of a new intermediate school facility with a capacity of approximately  650 seats for Community School District No. 15 in Brooklyn. The proposed site contains approximately 60,000 square feet (1.37 acres) of lot area and is located on the south side of Delevan Street, the east side of Richards Street and the north side of Verona Street. The site is privately-owned and contains a one - part two story industrial building and a vacant unimproved lot.  The SCA will continue to accept public comments on this proposal until December 23 2017.

Proposed Primary School Facility for Community School District No. 30

The New York City School Construction Authority (SCA) is proposing the development of a new primary school facility with a capacity of approximately  572-seats for Community School District No. 30 in Queens. The proposed site contains approximately 33,933 square feet (0.779 acres) of lot area and is located on a block bounded by 2nd Street, 54th Avenue, Center Boulevard and Borden Avenue.  This site is publicly owned.  The SCA will continue to accept public comments on this proposal until November 9, 2017.

Proposed Primary School Facility for Community School District No. 30

The New York City School Construction Authority (SCA) is proposing the development of a new primary school facility with a capacity of approximately  612-seats for Community School District No. 30 in Queens. The proposed site contains approximately 43,636 square feet (0.10 acres) of lot area and is located at the corner of 2nd Street and 57th Avenue Street.  This site is publicly owned.  The SCA will continue to accept public comments on this proposal until November 9, 2017.