A small ivy-covered wood frame house was demolished last year on Quincy Street between Malcolm X Boulevard and Patchen Avenue in Bedford-Stuyvesant. Now a small apartment building is set to rise in its place, and YIMBY has a rendering of the project.
The development at 752 Quincy Street will rise four stories and hold eight apartments. Since those eight units will be divided across 6,545 square feet of residential space, the typical apartment will measure 820 square feet, which means rentals are likely.
Each floor will have two apartments, with a mezzanine between the first and second floors splitting a double-height space in the ground floor units, according to the plans. Three apartments will get glass balconies, and one of the top-floor units will include a private roof deck.
Briarwood-based architect Gerald Caliendo is responsible for the design, which is more modern than the rest of the block, which is filled with brownstones and a turn-of-the-century church.
Infinity Properties, the developer of this project, is also behind an odd little residential building headed for western Crown Heights and a handful of other small projects in central Brooklyn. Infinity’s LLC paid $725,000 for the 2,300-square-foot property in March 2015.
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