Charles Mallea Architects has revealed a first look at 100 Lenox Road, a forthcoming eight-story residential development in Flatbush, Brooklyn. Permits were originally filed in 2017 by B.H. Tal Real Estate, which partnered with Bienenfeld Architecture to develop the corner lot. At some point, those plans were scrapped, and a year later Pulse Bedford Development, J Frankl Associates, and Charles Mallea Architect were announced as the project’s new development team.
The 80-foot-tall structure is now expected to comprise 104,300 square feet of residential area, which includes 62 apartments, a laundry room, a fitness center, a communal lounge, and parking area for 27 vehicles and an additional 31 bicycles. Select residences on each level will offer a mix of small balconies and open-air terraces.
The main rendering shows a traditional massing with a light-colored brick façade and recessed windows framed with what appears to be a brass or gold metallic trim. Behind a setback at the seventh floor, a two-story section features this same trim work surrounding large windows. Atop this setback is a large landscaped terrace. The roof also looks to incorporate landscaping.