Premises affected 2600-2614 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard, a/k/a 2600-2614 7



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PREMISES AFFECTED - 2600-2614 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard, a/k/a 2600-2614 7th Avenue, west side of Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard, block front from W. 150th Street to W. 151st Street, Block 2036, Lot 29, Borough of Manhattan.

234-98-BZ

APPLICANT - Walter T. Gorman, P.E., for Jose Vasquez, owner; Harlem Hand Carwash, lessee.

SUBJECT - Application November 18, 2003 - reopening for an extension of time to complete construction which expires on November 23, 2003.

PREMISES AFFECTED - 2600-2614 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard, a/k/a 2600-2614 7th Avenue, west side of Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard, block front from W. 150th Street to W. 151st Street, Block 2036, Lot 29, Borough of Manhattan.



COMMUNITY BOARD #10M

APPEARANCES -

For Applicant: John Ronan.

ACTION OF THE BOARD - Application granted on condition.

THE VOTE TO GRANT -

Affirmative: Chair Srinivasan, Commissioner Miele, and Commissioner Chin................................................3

Negative:.......................................................................0

Absent: Vice-Chair Babbar...........................................1

THE RESOLUTION -

WHEREAS, this is an application for a waiver of the Rules of Practice and Procedure, an extension of time to complete construction of, and obtain a certificate of occupancy for, an automotive use previously approved by the Board, and an amendment to the previously approved plans; and

WHEREAS, a public hearing was held on this application on January 13, 2004 after due notice by publication in the City Record, with continued hearings on March 9, 2004, April 27, 2004, June 8, 2004, September 21, 2004, November 9, 2004, February 1, 2005, May 17, 2005, and then to decision on June 7, 2005; and

WHEREAS, on November 23, 1999, the Board adopted a resolution under the subject calendar number, authorizing, within an R7-2 zoning district, the reinstatement of a gasoline service stations and the establishment of an automatic auto laundry for a term of twenty years; and

WHEREAS, the period in which to complete construction and obtain a certificate of occupancy expired on November 23, 2003; and

WHEREAS, the applicant represents that negotiations between the property owner and prospective tenants were not successful, and that no construction has been initiated, thus necessitating the request for an extension of time; and

WHEREAS, as to the application for an amendment, the applicant initially proposed the retention of the car wash use and the elimination of the gasoline service station use; and

WHEREAS, the applicant then proposed the creation of a public parking lot and a stand-alone lube oil facility; and

WHEREAS, in response to concerns of the Community Board, the proposal was modified to eliminate the oil lube facility; thus, the final uses approved on the site will be car wash with accessory sales, and public parking lot; and

WHEREAS, again in response to concerns of the Community Board, the applicant has eliminated two curb cuts on Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd., and one curb cut on West 150th Street, as reflected on the BSA-approved plans; and

WHEREAS, at the request of the Board, the applicant also agreed to remove a cashier booth, as well as relocate the carwash queue closer to the 150th Street lot line; and

WHEREAS, based upon the above, the Board has determined that the evidence in record supports the grant of the requested waiver, extension and amendment, with conditions as reflected below.

Therefore it is Resolved that the Board of Standards and Appeals waives the Rules of Practice and Procedure, and reopens and amends the resolution, said resolution having been adopted on November 23, 1999, so that as amended this portion of the resolution shall read: “to permit an extension of the time to complete construction and obtain a certificate of occupancy for two additional years from the date of this resolution to expire on June 7, 2007, to permit an amendment to the previously approved plans, to permit the elimination of the gasoline sales use, and to permit the public parking use; on condition that all work shall substantially conform to drawings as filed with this application, marked ‘Received March 31, 2005’-(4) sheets and ‘May 19, 2005’-(1) sheet; and on further condition:

THAT the existing chain link fence shall be repaired or replaced;

THAT two curb cuts on Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd., and one curb cut on West 150th Street, shall be removed, as illustrated on the BSA-approved plans;

THAT all signage on the site shall conform to the BSA-approved signage plan;

THAT the cashier booth currently at the site shall be removed;

THAT all conditions from prior resolutions not specifically waived by the Board remain in effect;

THAT this approval is limited to the relief granted by the Board in response to specifically cited and filed DOB/other jurisdiction objection(s) only; and

THAT the Department of Buildings must ensure compliance with all other applicable provisions of the Zoning Resolution, the Administrative Code and any other relevant laws under its jurisdiction irrespective of plan(s)/configuration(s) not related to the relief granted.”



(DOB Application Nos. 102845398 & 101850757)

Adopted by the Board of Standards and Appeals, June 7, 2005.

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