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PSIS437 - Brooklyn

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

Melanie La Rocca, Vice President of Operations 
New York City School Construction Authority 
30-30 Thomson Avenue 
Long Island City, NY 11101

PROPOSED NEW HIGH SCHOOL IN QUEENS

 

On behalf of the New York City Department of Education (DOE), the 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 has determined the proposed project to be an Unlisted Action per NYS State Environmental Quality Review (SEQR), which requires a determination of significance.  The SCA has prepared a Full Environmental Assessment Form (FEAF) for the proposed action and determined that the proposed project may result in traffic, transit, and pedestrian 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 environmental impact statement will be prepared to assess the impact(s) and propose possible mitigation that may avoid or reduce any such potential impacts.  The Draft Scope of Work is posted below and comments are being accepted until close of business May 9, 2019.

  • 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
  • Proposed HS 472 Draft Scope of Work (DSOW)
  • PROPOSED PRIMARY SCHOOL FACILITY FOR COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 24

    The New York City School Construction Authority (SCA) is proposing the development of a new Primary School with a capacity of approximately 476 seats for Community School District 24. The proposed site consists of a school condominium within a planned, new, mixed-use development.  The proposed site to be acquired by the New York City School Construction Authority, on behalf of the New York City Department of Education, will be an approximately 71,400 square foot  school condominium, with outdoor play, to accommodate the proposed school facility. The SCA will continue to accept public comments on this proposal until June 28, 2019.

    PROPOSED PRIMARY SCHOOL FACILITY FOR COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 20

    The New York City School Construction Authority (SCA) is proposing the development of a new primary school facility with a capacity of approximately 380 seats for Community School District No. 20 in Brooklyn. The proposed site contains approximately 20,900 square feet (0.47 acres) of lot area and is located on the southeast corner of 14th Avenue and 63rd Street. The site is privately-owned and is an unimproved lot in the Bensonhurst section of Brooklyn. The SCA will continue to accept public comments on this proposal until November 24, 2018.

     

    PROPOSED INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL FACILITY FOR COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 20

    The New York City School Construction Authority (SCA) is proposing the development of a new intermediate school with a capacity of approximately 592 seats for Community School District 20.  The proposed site contains approximately 25,135 square feet (approx. 0.57 acres) of lot area and is located on the southern block front of 86th Street, between Battery and 7th Avenues.  The site is comprised of 2 privately owned lots and contains a vacant, one-story commercial building and parking lot in the Bay Ridge section of Brooklyn. The SCA will continue to accept public comments on this proposal until April 18, 2019.