First Renderings Revealed of 1694 Church Avenue in Flatbush, Brooklyn

Rendering of 1694 Church Avenue - J Frankl C Mallea Architects & EngineersRendering of 1694 Church Avenue - J Frankl C Mallea Architects & Engineers

Local design firm J Frankl Associates, also referred to as J Frankl C Mallea Architects & Engineers, has published renderings of an eight-story mixed-use building in Flatbush, Brooklyn. Located at 1694 Church Avenue, the structure will top out at 84 feet and contain 33,800 square feet of residential space and 7,250 square feet of commercial area, in addition to parking accommodations for 25 vehicles and 25 bikes. The residential component will be divided among 49 apartments, most likely rentals based on the average scope of 690 square feet.

The renderings show a conventional massing with a façade comprised of light-brown masonry, and industrial-style windows with thin black mullions. A setback on part of the building at the eighth floor is topped with a terrace. Behind this, the façade appears to incorporate a full-glass curtain wall.

Joel Kohn of the Jay Group filed permits for the development back in September 2018. Since then, no details have been made available regarding an anticipated completion date for the project.

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5 Comments on "First Renderings Revealed of 1694 Church Avenue in Flatbush, Brooklyn"

  1. In design: Surprisingly, shape of the building in each angle, I interested in its appearance. I am now passionate on facade, and it doesn’t seem thin into my view. (Thank you)

  2. another building nobody can afford to live in well done NY

  3. Regard for the environment and character of the neighborhood is what makes good design. This building has none of the above.
    What’s with the the people in this picture? Have you even been here before?

    This blemish of a building casts a shadow on all buildings around it.
    A cash cow for the developers but a loss for the public.

  4. I bought an apartment in this neighborhood last year to get away from developer’s projects like this one. Unfortunately they are building this right behind my building. What an eyesore! A veritable tradgedy that developers continue to have complete disregard for the neighborhoods they build in.

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