Queens-based Michael Kang Architect has revealed the first renderings of 2300 Cropsey Avenue in Bath Beach, Brooklyn. Located at one of the southern-most points of the borough, the new building will rise 24 stories and contain a mix of 154 condominium units, a community facility, and a large parking structure designed to accommodate 270 vehicles.
Amenities are expected to include a bike room, an open-air roof deck above the podium levels, and fitness facilities.
The building replaces an abandoned structure that once functioned as a nursing home for senior citizens. This iteration of the development is slightly smaller than the original permits filed in 2014, which called for a 170-unit building and a 337-vehicle parking garage. While interior components have been altered, the project team does not seem to have changed.
W&L Group, the developer responsible for the new residential building, has not yet confirmed an anticipated date of completion.