Permits Filed for 2760 West 33rd Street, Coney Island, Brooklyn

2760 West 33rd Street, via Google Maps2760 West 33rd Street, via Google Maps

Permits have been filed for a fourteen-story mixed-use building at 2760 West 33rd Street in Brooklyn’s Coney Island. The development will be an addition to an existing site owned by the Starrett Corporation. The project is located at the western edge of the neighborhood, right on the border of the private residential Seagate community. The Coney Island-Stillwell Avenue subway station is the closest train station, located just over a mile away and serviced by the D and Q trains. DVL Inc is listed as behind the applications.

The 149-foot tall building will yield 159,900 square feet for residential use. 199 apartments will be created, averaging 804 square feet apiece, indicating rentals. 110 parking spaces will be included on site. Residents will have a lobby, bicycle storage space, and a recreational room on the first floor.

Aufgang Architects will be responsible for the design.

Demolition permits will not be needed for the project to continue, and the estimated completion date has not been announced.

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6 Comments on "Permits Filed for 2760 West 33rd Street, Coney Island, Brooklyn"

  1. Please pardon me for using your space: Impart your report with a 14-story mixed-use building. (Thank you)

  2. Crummy part of Coney Island. Requires a bus ride through other crummy parts of C.I. to the Stillwell Avenue Station on the Mermaid Avenue B74 bus.

  3. “serviced by the D and Q trains”

    Also the F and N. It’s a friggin hub where all the trains end, why not list them all?

  4. Next thing you know ALL NYCHA RESIDENTS will have to leave
    , displaced, asked to leave, for more toys to be build

  5. we can only hope SANDRA

  6. HAHA Bob way to express what us millennials think. Sandra, its bound to happen either way, just look at all the other neighborhoods that were previously dumps run down with nycha residents. If you can, definitely invest or apply for the lotto in the new buildings granted you can support the changing prices for coffee in the next 5 years with gentrified shops coming in.

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