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Four-Story, Two-Unit Townhouse Coming to 272 Greene Avenue, Clinton Hill

272 Greene AvenuePre-demolition 272 Greene Avenue. Credit: PropertyShark

A Brooklyn-based property owner has filed applications for a four-story, two-unit residential building at 272 Greene Avenue, located on the corner of Classon Avenue in Clinton Hill. The project, measuring 2,626 square feet, will include one apartment on the ground floor, followed by another unit across the second through fourth floors. A single off-street parking spot will be located behind the townhouse. Matthias Müller’s Brooklyn-based firm MuNYC Architecture is the architect of record. The 1,313-square-foot lot is occupied by a small single-story structure. Demolition permits have not been filed.

1 Comment on "Four-Story, Two-Unit Townhouse Coming to 272 Greene Avenue, Clinton Hill"

  1. YIMBY..through 2017 almost pass one month of January but work in progress and development on plan never stop to continue property with growing sides of housing economic in the city. Well, I get interest always when you renderings or photos contain details of constructions area by area with new design on buildings, tower or supertall, there are indicate of creative ideas of human-being. The projects slowly or rapidly in the success way on structures reserved for people or business I thought it is the system of real estate to move forward under market-rates with money. Floors or spaces that listed on each location could clear me to understand how to build materials into shapes for live or office and more (with engineering methods). I hope numbers will increase and increase on low-mid-high rise today, next day and the future I encouraged workers and developers to make the city goes to great places on modern world. So I should stop my summarizes and wish you joyous on your hobby or activity pleased with happiness under smiling, Clinton Hill willing to welcome a four-story, that the structure unitedly for residential building. (See you later and thank you) (^_^)

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