Construction is nearing the halfway mark on 2300 Cropsey Avenue, a 23-story mixed-use tower in Gravesend, Brooklyn. The development will eventually comprise a mix of rental apartments, a supermarket, an ambulatory center, and a multi-level parking garage.
Cropsey Partners LLC is listed as the lead applicant responsible for the development. In 2019, it was reported that W&L Group was the entity responsible for the new residential building, but this is not specified on the latest applications filed with the Department of City Planning.
The primary residential component will account for nearly 220,000 square feet or 154 rental units. While the complete amenity package has not been announced, architectural drawings reveal a cellar-level swimming pool and hot tub, men’s and women’s locker rooms, a steam room, a sauna, a fitness center, and shared laundry facilities. Additional amenities in the building will include a 13,000-square-foot roof deck above the fourth floor, resident storage, and parking racks for bicycles.
Residents will also have access to a 263-vehicle parking garage spanning portions of the cellar, first, and second floors.
Designed by Michael Kang Architect, the structure’s white cementitious façade is perforated with large, full-height windows and residential balconies facing each cardinal elevation. When complete, the building’s total footprint will max out at 329,522 gross square feet.
The project team anticipates completion by the end of 2023.