Permits Filed For 12-Unit Residential Building At 719 6th Avenue, South Slope

719 6th Avenue. Via Google Maps.719 6th Avenue. Via Google Maps.

William Caleo, on behalf of National Brokerage, has filed plans to construct a five-story, 50-foot, 12-unit residential building at 719 6th Avenue in Brooklyn’s South Slope neighborhood. That’s between 21st and 22nd Streets. The units would be spread across 15,302 square feet, meaning an average size of about 1,275 square feet. There would be one unit on the first floor, three units each on the second through fourth floors, and two units on the fifth floor.

There would be a private roof terrace and the first floor would have space for six cars. Architect Werner Morath of Brooklyn-based Loadingdock5 is the applicant of record. The existing one-story Lafayette Mirror & Glass Co. building would have to to be demolished.

Green-Wood Cemetery is just over one block away and the closest subway station is the 25 St D/N/R station about five blocks away.

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