Permits Filed for 160 17th Street, Greenwood, Brooklyn

160 17th Street160 17th Street, via Google Maps

Permits have been filed for an eight-story school in Greenwood, Brooklyn. The site is a ten-minute walk to the D, G, N, R, and W trains at Ninth Street and Fourth Avenue. The Brooklyn-based firm Second Development Services will be responsible for building the project.

The school will rise 104 feet, yielding a total 32,600 square feet for the facilities. Along with classrooms, the project will create a music room, cafeteria, outdoor school terrace on the third floor, art room, reading room, student support room, guidance room, gymnasium on the eighth floor, and a rooftop recreation space.

Four parking spaces will also be included within the new construction, and Manhattan-based GF 55 Partners will be responsible for the design.

Permits have not been filed for demolition, and an expected completion date has not been announced.

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5 Comments on "Permits Filed for 160 17th Street, Greenwood, Brooklyn"

  1. Welcome Home (David) | October 23, 2017 at 6:16 am | Reply

    Come without saying except. (Hello YIMBY – Thanks for wake me up from grave)

  2. Is “Greenwood” a new neighborhood devised by realtors? Never heard that area referred to as anything other than the South Slope

    • living in sunset park my entire life (mid 30s), i’ve always heard of “greenwood” but the term, at least for me, was between 20th & 36th st 4/5 ave. i would have never classified 17th between 3/4 ave as greenwood.

  3. All posting related to permits filled on NY YIMBY between 15th street to 39th Street are reliably inconsistent – whatever this section of Brooklyn is called might be tagged with everything from South Slope, to Greenwood, to Greenwood Heights, why can’t anyone agree?

  4. Is this a charter school or a public school. The former, I assume. Shouldn’t this information be part of the article?

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