Rendering Revealed, Permits Filed for 679 Lefferts Avenue, East Flatbush, Brooklyn

679 Lefferts Avenue, rendering by IMC Architecture679 Lefferts Avenue, rendering by IMC Architecture

Permits have been filed by an anonymous LLC for a six-story residential building at 679 Lefferts Avenue, in East Flatbush, Brooklyn. The project is ten blocks away from the Kingston Avenue Subway Station, serviced by the 2, 3, 4, and 5 trains, and the area around the site is predominantly residential. Today, YIMBY also has the first renderings of the design, by IMC Architecture.

The building’s façade is going to be fiber cement and concrete panels, with floor-to-ceiling windows in the front.

The 60-foot tall structure will yield 8,070 square feet of space, dedicated to the ten apartments. The average unit will be 807 square feet apiece, indicating rentals. There will be a lobby with a doorman and outdoor recreation space for tenants.

679 Lefferts Avenue, via Google Maps

679 Lefferts Avenue, via Google Maps

Demolition permits have not been filed. The estimated completion date is not yet known.

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7 Comments on "Rendering Revealed, Permits Filed for 679 Lefferts Avenue, East Flatbush, Brooklyn"

  1. The design looks like a misfit on the block.

  2. Just curious. Why render a building during a storm?

  3. Richard Grayson | December 5, 2017 at 11:53 am | Reply

    It would be good to have a car if you live here.

  4. revolting-inappropriate

  5. None of your business | December 5, 2017 at 8:18 pm | Reply

    First of all that is not East Flatbush. Secondly is this all you big time real estate magnets know how to do? Put non affordable units in our neighborhoods? You all exactly what you are doing, and that is creating a hardship for the many long time residents that have lived here for many years. It is appalling. This is not 5th avenue, nor Manhattan.

  6. I like it. Not everything is designed to blend in. Some buildings are meant to stand out.

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