NYC SCA is fully permitted for a $5M rehab of a school building in Clifton

NYC School Construction Authority, on June 12, was given a permit for a $5 million rehab of a school building at 45 Waverly Place in Clifton on Staten Island.

The plans, pre-filed on January 11, 2019, call for a renovation of the 59-foot tall, 4-story, building.

The project is described in the filings as: new installation of a sprinkler standpipe system for a new school building, PS 070R in Staten Island. Provide new booster and jockey pumps in the cellar and sprinkler heads thru out every floor. RPZ backflow preventers in the cellar. Water flow switches, hose rack cabinets, siamese connections outdoors. floor control valves. Standpipes on every floor. The initial cost as reported in the DOB filing for the work described in this permit application is $5,000,000.

Plans to build the school were filed in the fall of 2018, calling for 84,550-square-feet of construction. The building plans included a cafeteria with capacity for 250 individuals, classrooms, and a gymnasium.

The property was acquired for $3.4 million on June 19, 2017.

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