New permits filed reveal a mixed-use, residential building at 228 Vanderbilt Avenue, in Fort Greene, Brooklyn. Under development by Reuven Zulauf, Co-Founder of JV Capital Group, the function of the building will include seven residential units and a community facility.
Located just a couple blocks from Fort Greene Park and Pratt Institute, the original one-story structure was build in 1925 and functioned as a church.
Current plans for the 4,400-square-foot lot indicate a four-story, 45-foot building will rise, with 6,401 square feet dedicated to residential use, and a remaining 2,341 square feet for a community facility. At about 900 square feet apiece, rentals are most likely for the low-rise building.
The total construction area will measure 13,245 square feet.
Kutnicki Bernstein Architects will oversee design of the new mixed-use building.