Permits have been filed for a six-story commercial building at 240 Huntington Street in Gowanus, Brooklyn. Located between the Gowanus Canal and Smith Street, the interior lot is one block north of the Smith-9th Street subway station, serviced by the F and G trains. Monadnock Development, a developer known for affordable and market-rate housing, is listed as the owner behind the applications.
Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center’s North Campus will soon be replaced by a two-building affordable housing complex in East Flatbush, Brooklyn. Known as Kingsbrook Estates, the new development will comprise 266 units and a diverse assortment of community facilities with a focus on health and wellness, employment, and comprehensive care.
Plans for a Hampton Inn at 110 East 149th Street in The Bronx have been scrapped according to new designs revealed by Dattner Architects. The forthcoming development will instead debut as a mixed-use commercial structure comprised of ground-floor retail with five floors of office area above. The building will top out at six stories and is expected to debut by 2020.
Monadnock Development is behind major affordable developments all across New York City, and yesterday, the firm filed for permits at 1560 Boone Avenue, in the Bronx’s Fairmont-Claremont Village neighborhood. The applications show a new structure with a total construction area of just over 350,000 square feet, rising 16 floors and 166 feet to its roof. There will be 7,276 square feet of retail space on the cellar and ground floors, 1,202 square feet of community facility space on the second level, and the rest of the project will be residential, with 366 units in all. Dattner Architects is designing, and the complex has been dubbed Compass Residences.
Construction is complete on the residential conversion of the former P.S. 186, a previously-dilapidated five-story structure located at 525 West 145th Street, in the Hamilton Heights section of Harlem. The latest photos of the building, dubbed the Residences at PS186, can be seen in a Curbed NY report. The building contains 79 residential units, all of which are renting at below-market rates through the affordable housing lottery. The apartments, ranging from studios to two-bedrooms, should average 1,089 square feet apiece. The Boys and Girls Club of Harlem will occupy 11,000 square feet of space on the ground floor.