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.
100 Lenox Road
Permits have been filed for an eight-story residential building at 100 Lenox Road in Flatbush-Ditmas Park, Brooklyn. The site is four blocks away from the Parkside Avenue subway station, serviced by the Q trains and at the southeast corner of the Prospect Park subway station. Pulse Bedford Development will be responsible for the project.
While YIMBY reports on permits across Flatbush frequently, today we have the reveal for 100 Lenox Road, which is heavily influenced by classical design.
Recently, green construction walls went up around an iconic detached house at the corner of Bedford Avenue and Lenox Road in Flatbush. Although it’s not the most beautiful house in the neighborhood, the two-and-a-half story home is one of several that lends an air of dignity to this stretch of Bedford in Prospect Lefferts Gardens and northern Flatbush. Now, like many standalone houses in the neighborhood, it will bite the dust for an apartment building. Plans were filed last week to erect a seven-story apartment building there at 100 Lenox Road, a few blocks southeast of Prospect Park.