Rendering Revealed for 1702 Newkirk Avenue, Flatbush, Brooklyn

1702 Newkirk Avenue Corner View, rendering by Bizdesigns1702 Newkirk Avenue Corner View, rendering by Bizdesigns

A rendering has been revealed for the six-story residential building set to rise at 1702 Newkirk Avenue, in Southern Flatbush, Brooklyn. The concrete design showcases a small amount of landscaping along the outside of the entrance, and eight balconies, with two on each floor after the third. Bizdesigns is responsible for the architecture.

The site is two blocks away from the Newkirk Plaza Subway Station, serviced by the B and Q trains. The 60-foot tall structure will yield 11,540 square feet of living space. 12 apartments will be created, averaging 962 square feet apiece, indicating condominiums.

Tenants will have access to a bicycle room and recreational space on the rooftop. Six on-site parking spaces will also be available.

An anonymous LLC is to be responsible for the development.

1702 Newkirk Avenue, via Google Maps

1702 Newkirk Avenue, via Google Maps

Full demolition permits were filed in 2015, and construction is currently underway.

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5 Comments on "Rendering Revealed for 1702 Newkirk Avenue, Flatbush, Brooklyn"

  1. Welcome Home (David) | January 10, 2018 at 7:15 am | Reply

    Please pardon me for using your space: Affability by its color, and affability by it is showing on top.

  2. A shame to lose those old houses on Newkirk Ave but I’m sure the owners made a bundle on the deal. Nice area as long as you stay west of Ocean Avenue.

  3. The bldg. seems to be built poorly and with disrespect (aesthetically speaking) to the neighborhood. A big step forward towards gentrification of the worst kind.

  4. The now demolished house was an eyesore. It was a multi-unit rental (I think), with little to no maintenance – in the winter, the sidewalk was never cleared, so it was also a major nuisance for pedestrians. This building, aesthetically, is somewhat better than the other recent condos that have gone up on East 19th and East 18/Foster. It did go up super quickly, so one can’t help but question the quality, for sure. I’ve lived in the neighborhood for 10+ years, and love the Victorian houses, but also quite happy to see the run-down, never-maintained ones disappear and some new accommodation appear. Interested to find out if this will be a rental building or condos for sale.

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