Today, YIMBY can reveal the look for a new residential building planned and recently approved in Great Neck, the village in Nassau County.
The address is 15 Bond Street, a through-block site linked to Park Place and between Grace Avenue and Maple Drive.
The building will rise 45 feet to four stories and span 60,000 gross square feet. There will be 61 units: 13 on the first floor, 17 each on the second and third floors, and 14 on the fourth floor. No breakdown of bedroom counts or unit square footage is available at this time.
Amenities will include a luxury lounge and kids’ play room on the first floor and an automated parking garage with room for over 100 cars.
The Namdar Group is the developer and the design comes from Dan Sehic of Chelsea-based C3D Architecture. The finish is Portuguese limestone with full-height windows and dark window frames. “Great Neck… only allowed contextual classical architecture. [A] modern glass façade would not be acceptable,” Sehic told YIMBY. “[The] façade is extremely long and by creating in and out breaks, its architectural appearance is more interesting.”
No recreation area has been approved for the roof, but it will be planted to extend greenery to the top of the structure. Sehic said the roof will have a great view of Grace Avenue Park, across Park Place from the building site.
The building will be only a six-minute walk from the Great Neck Long Island Rail Road station. No completion date has been set.