Permits Filed for 1336 Bedford Avenue, Crown Heights, Brooklyn

1336 Bedford Avenue1336 Bedford Avenue, image via Google Maps

The vacant lot on the corner of Bedford Avenue and Pacific Street, in Brooklyn’s Crown Heights neighborhood, is about to see a major new development. Building applications have been filed for a nine-story structure totaling just under 150,000 square feet, with 94 units in total. While that would normally translate into condominiums, back in January, DNAInfo reported that Newark-based Bedford Arms LLC was seeking to build affordable housing at the site. Now, with permits pulled, they are set to do just that. John Schimenti, P.C. Architect is listed as the designer, and with the lot already cleared, construction should begin imminently.

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2 Comments on "Permits Filed for 1336 Bedford Avenue, Crown Heights, Brooklyn"

  1. Welcome Home (David) | August 18, 2017 at 6:45 am | Reply

    Yeah!..success for affordable housing, although near at hand on construction not now.

  2. Pamela Woodward | February 8, 2018 at 1:47 am | Reply

    Jeez, nyc will build anywhere.I live in a building where prospect &Buffalo meet&they are working on the old hospital across the street and a long 2 story crack house that will block the view of 3 floors.And the noise of addicts coming in&out.I have never had to live in a drug infested city block. The methodone clinic 7 hoses down and I just want to finish my test so I can be in school in Manhattan. That bachelor’s degree became extremely important to me,after living in nyc.I don’t like the 730 noise as I study from 6pm-6am.And I don’t see them done soon.And why put up cheap shotgun houses.I worry constantly of the methodone and alcoholics in my building setting us on fire. I see the thick bed holes. I understand why ppl pay tons of money to live in a aluminum tube.

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