Permits Filed For 221 Schenectady Avenue In Crown Heights, Brooklyn

221 Schnectady Avenue, via Google street view

A new four-story residential building will soon rise at 221 Schenectady Avenue, in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. The structure will eventually house seven units and rise 54 feet above above the surrounding three-story neighbors, while covering a total of around 4,080 square feet when complete. Matt Gold of Citiscape Consulting, located in Sheepshead Bay, is listed as developer on the applications.

The site sits along the east side of Schenectady Avenue, between Sterling Place to the north and St. John’s Place to the south. It also is located just a short walk to the Utica Avenue Subway station on the 3, 4 and 5 train along the Eastern Parkway.

Demolition permits have not been filed yet for the existing three-story building. A completion date has not been announced, but Alex Michel Architect, P.C. will be designing the new structure.

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5 Comments on "Permits Filed For 221 Schenectady Avenue In Crown Heights, Brooklyn"

  1. Please pardon me for using your space: For developments, look at name Michael Young. (Thank-you)

  2. They really should be required to save the facade

  3. Dreary neighborhood.

  4. Is the architecture firm on this project noted correctly?

  5. I mean ,really ,do these real estate people expect to put more riders on a transit system that’s over 100 years old and falling apart and a long ride to manhattan besides.These robber barons have bought all of the politicians in the city ,with their greed for the dollar.All of those high rise apt. buildings are destroying the city .Everything but a new transit system in place, with no new infrastructure on the planning board. AND B.T.W. THESE TENANTS WONT BE VOTING SAME AS PREVIOUS VOTERS HAVE//

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