New buildings of greater than 100 units tend to cluster in Manhattan and close-in neighborhoods of Brooklyn and Queens, but today, Midwood joins in on the action. The first filings are up for an 8-story and 308-unit development at 1263 East 14th Street, just a short walk north from the Q train’s Avenue M stop.
Woods Bagot is listed as the architect, and their recent body of work in New York City includes an attractive 32-story tower coming to 213 Jay Street, in Downtown Brooklyn. Renderings for 1263 East 14th Street have not yet been released, but at first glance, its prospects would appear promising.
Hampshire Properties is listed as the developer, and the residential zoning area will measure 277,406 square feet. The property has an alternate address of 1277 Locust Avenue, and is currently occupied by an 85,000 square foot school that must first be demolished.
No completion date has been announced.
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