Permits Filed for 2203 Clarendon Road, Flatbush, Brooklyn

2203 Clarendon Road, via Google Maps2203 Clarendon Road, via Google Maps

Permits have been filed for a seven-story residential building at 2203 Clarendon Road in Flatbush, Brooklyn. The site is ten blocks away from the Beverly Road Subway Station, serviced by the 2 and 5 trains. 11 blocks away in the opposite direction is a homonymous Subway Station, serviced by the Q trains. IDS Management will be responsible for the development.

The 70-foot tall structure will yield 22,450 square feet of space, with 16,220 square feet dedicated to residential use. 23 apartments will be created, averaging 705 square feet apiece, indicating rentals.

Tenants will have access to a laundry, lobby, and capacity will be available for 13 bicycles, and 13 vehicles. Private balconies will be on each floor above the second, with recreational space on the second floor.

Jose Lockhart P.E. will be responsible for the design.

Demolition permits have not been filed, and the estimated completion date has not been announced.

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5 Comments on "Permits Filed for 2203 Clarendon Road, Flatbush, Brooklyn"

  1. Please pardon me for using your space: The only one way for a seven-story, to residential building especially 23 apartments.

  2. Richard Grayson | February 1, 2018 at 11:12 am | Reply

    Some readers might be confused by “homonymous.” The BMT station by East 16th Street is Beverley Road. The IRT station at Nostrand Avenue (East 30th Street, effectively) is Beverly Road.

    The New York Times wrote in 2008:

    Herbert Schonhaut, an authority on station signs for New York City Transit, said the two spellings date to the development of the Prospect Park South area. The street was originally called Avenue B.

    At the request of the developers, in 1897 the City of Brooklyn renamed a stretch, from Coney Island Avenue to Flatbush Avenue, Beverley Road, using the English spelling.

    Later, after Brooklyn was annexed into the City of New York, three of the remaining four of the street’s sections — Church to Coney Island Avenue; Flatbush to Brooklyn Avenue; and Schenectady to Ralph Avenue — were renamed Beverly Road, using the Americanized spelling.

    The fourth section, from Ralph Avenue to East 98th Street in Remsen Village, was never renamed and is still Avenue B. (This could be because it complements Avenue A, a block north.)

    The Brighton Line station fell in the area with the third “e,” and the Nostrand Avenue station is in the area that was renamed without the “e.”

    The correct name for the entire stretch from Church to Ralph Avenue is now Beverley Road, according to the Brooklyn borough president’s office.

  3. Homonymous Andrew?

  4. That beautiful big old house has seen a lot, but now it’s time to go! Property sold to the developer for $1,890,000 in 2017.

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