Permits have been filed for a new five-story residential development at 26 Quincy Street, in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn. The permit includes a reconstruction of the western portion of the existing factory building, including damaged floor area. Previously the structure was occupied by the Salvation Army, which closed its shop doors in September of this year.
The concrete development will yield 40,670 square feet, with 26,726 square feet allotted to 44 most likely rental units with an average size of 607 square feet each. The project also includes 22 enclosed parking spaces and a 30-foot long rear yard. Jeffrey Kamen RA is listed as the architect of record.
26 Quincy Street is located between Classon Avenue and Downing Street. The interior site is four blocks south of the Classon Avenue subway station serviced by the G train and seven blocks northwest of the Franklin Avenue station serviced by the C and S trains. David Schwartz is listed as the owner behind the applications.
No demolition permits have been filed as of yet. The estimated completion date has not been announced.