Brookland Capital had a busy day at the Department of Buildings yesterday, with filings for projects in the eastern Bed-Stuy neighborhood of Ocean Hill and yet another development in Flatbush. The eight-story building at 154 Lenox Road, highlighted here, will be the developer’s fourth in the area southeast of Prospect Park.
The development will have 37 apartments and 28,343 square feet of residential space. The apartments will be slightly larger than those in the Ocean Hill project, averaging 763 square feet. The first floor will be devoted to a garage and lobby, and each of the the upper floors will host four to six units.
There will be a 12-car garage on the ground floor, with just enough parking to satisfy the zoning code, as well as storage for 20 bikes in the cellar.
Feingold and Gregory Architects, who are headquartered on the Upper West Side, will once again serve as the architects of record. Chelsea-based RoArt designed Brookland’s building nearby at 88-92 Linden Boulevard, and, hopefully, they’ll be involved in this project too.
The 50-foot-wide lot is currently home to a turn-of-the-century wood frame house with two-and-a-half stories and a big porch. Permits have not yet been filed to knock it down. Brookland picked up the lot between Bedford and Rogers Avenues for $3.55 million in July.
The development firm, which is led by Boaz Gilad, also has projects in the works at 227 Clarkson Avenue and 56 East 21st Street.