Permits Filed for Hotel at 118 New Jersey Avenue in East New York, Brooklyn

118 New Jersey Avenue in East New York, Brooklyn118 New Jersey Avenue via Google Maps

Permits have been filed for an eight-story hotel at 118 New Jersey Avenue, in East New York, Brooklyn. Located three blocks from the J and Z trains at the Alabama Avenue subway station, the new development is between Atlantic Avenue and Fulton Street. Hamanjit Anand is listed as the owner behind the applications.

The masonry structure will yield 25,403 square feet, with 19,873 square feet dedicated to hotel rooms. 65 units will be created, averaging 305 square feet each within the 85-foot tall structure.

Michael Kang Architect, PC is listed as the architect of record, who is also working on two other hotels in East New York, at 51 and 55 Sheffield Avenue. The neighborhood has seen an influx of hotel developments in recent months, which may end up transitioning to become homeless shelters.

No demolition permits have been filed as of yet. The estimated completion date has not been announced.

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5 Comments on "Permits Filed for Hotel at 118 New Jersey Avenue in East New York, Brooklyn"

  1. With as much construction being converted to homeless shelters. We should have a end to homelessness in a few years. Especially with the profit that is being made.

  2. Please pardon me for using your space: You paid me to follow by details on development, I don’t want to say too much. Thank you. (Hello YIMBY)

  3. What evidence do you have to suggest these may become homeless shelters in the future? This seems like you’re editorializing.

    • They have converted similarly-sited hotels to shelters in recent years, and with the recent surge in applications for these kinds of buildings (combined with the EXTANT boom in hotel inventory in neighborhoods where it is actually in-demand), this seems like a prime site for conversion potential.

  4. So true if you live or the neighborhoods you will see they startas hotels. And within no time are converted to homeless shelters.

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