In June, we unveiled some glassy renderings for 88-92 Linden Boulevard in Flatbush, and now the developer, Boaz Gilad, has filed new building applications for the nine-story development.
It’ll host 67 condos divided across 46,885 square feet of residential space, for relatively small average units measuring 700 square feet. A duplex will fill parts of the cellar and first floor, followed by nine units per story through the seventh floor, and just six units a piece on the eighth and ninth floors. Most of the apartments will be one- and two-bedrooms.
There will also be parking for 21 cars on the first floor, which is less than zoning would typically require. The building also appears to have gotten a boost in square footage, but it’s a little unclear why. When we spoke to Gilad, he told us he hadn’t transferred air rights to increase the size of the project. But he did say that the architects had found “a more efficient way to design the building.”
Feingold and Gregory Architects are the architects of record, but RoArt is responsible for the design.
The 12,000-square-foot property consists of two turn-of-the-century homes between Bedford and Rogers Avenues. Demolition applications haven’t yet been filed to knock them down, but construction is scheduled to start in the next six months.
Gilad acquired the plots for a combined $6,500,000 in May.