Construction has almost wrapped on 333 Lenox Road, in the Lefferts Gardens neighborhood of Brooklyn, and today we have a photo update on the project as well as a new rendering of what it will ultimately look like. The building is a joint venture between SelfHelp Community Services Inc and the Briarwood Organization. Upon its completion, the development will yield 54 units of residential housing for low income senior citizens.
The building itself is slated to rise a total of 124 feet, divided between 13 floors. The structure will offer up 56,200 square feet of space, resulting in an average unit size of 453 square feet. On-site parking will also be available to residents.
In an effort to enhance the quality of life, 333 Lenox Road will feature community rooms and outdoor garden areas. The building is also in close proximity to SUNY Downstate Medical Center, less than a block to the east.
SelfHelp Community Services bought the property in December of 2012 for $999,995. The Gruzen Sampton designed project is expected to be complete in July of this year.
The site is two blocks south of the Winthrop Street subway station and two blocks north of the Church Avenue subway station, both of which offer service on the 2 and 5 Trains.