Permits Filed for 3421 Glenwood Road in East Flatbush, Brooklyn

3421 Glenwood Road in East Flatbush, Brooklyn3421 Glenwood Road via Google Maps

Permits have been filed for a seven-story mixed-use building at 3421 Glenwood Road in East Flatbush, Brooklyn. Located between East 34th Street and East 35th Street, the corner lot is five blocks east of the Flatbush Avenue subway station, serviced by the 2 and 5 trains. Big Dream Developers is listed as the owner behind the applications.

The proposed 70-foot-tall development will yield 28,996 square feet, with 24,815 square feet designated for residential space and 4,181 square feet for community facilities. The building will have 19 residences, most likely condos based on the average unit scope of 1,306 square feet. The concrete-based structure will also have a cellar and ten enclosed parking spaces.

S. Wieder Architect is responsible for the design.

Demolition permits were filed in December of last year. An estimated completion date has not been announced.

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8 Comments on "Permits Filed for 3421 Glenwood Road in East Flatbush, Brooklyn"

  1. Visual sense, color sense, light sense. But not obsession. (Hello YIMBY)

  2. It’s a shame to see a beautiful home like that torn down.

  3. It’s a shame, I’ve always admired that beautiful old house. It actually looks like some restored it. Only to be torn down in the name of GREED. Like my landlord who won’t renew my lease because he has plans for the apartment. Just want to throw people out in the street in the name of GREED!!!

  4. it’s a shame that our neighborhood is being stripped of these beautiful homes for MORE buildings, depleting the neighborhood of it’s sense of family. The notion of Flatbush beging a strong community of hard working home owners is being decimated.

  5. The Smith Family lived in this beautifully home from 1943-1979. Dr. Smith has his doctor’s practiced and serviced the community for all those years. It is sad, but many memories. All six Smith Children were born while the family was in residence. All children graduated from St. Vincent Ferrer . The house was sold only when the youngest went off to college.

  6. I know it’s a shame. The same is happening in Prospect Lefferts Gardens. One can hardly recognize the neighborhood. Where are these politicians?

  7. This spike in development and the loss of these once in a life time architecturally unique historic homes is occurring only because the civic community has been sleeping. And while they are sleeping, builders and developers allied with the Progressive Sandanista Mayor, his City Planners and a corrupt Progressive City Council member (that hates homeownership), upscaled the neighborhood to high density housing. And even when the progressive voting community knew about it, they didn’t fight for it or expected others to fight for what they love. Now say bye bye forever to every similar styled home in East Flatbush. You’ve been betrayed by those you voted for.

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