Brooklyn-based SPB Realty has filed applications for a three-story, 10-unit residential building at 560 19th Street in Windsor Terrace. The structure will measure 10,931 square feet and its residential units are expected to average 828 square feet apiece. It’s unclear whether the apartments will be rentals or condominiums. The application comes after the same architect, Brooklyn-based Bricolage Designs, submitted plans next door, at 564 19th Street, for a similar project a little over a year ago. Those plans, for another three-story, 10-unit residential project, have since been approved by the Buildings Department. As for 560 19th Street, a single-story warehouse must first be demolished. The 15th Street-Prospect Park stop on the F and G trains is seven blocks away.
At the beginning of the year, an anonymous Brooklyn-based property owner filed applications for two three-story, six-unit residential buildings at 6-8 East 4th Street, in Windsor Terrace. Those plans have since been approved. Now, permits have been filed for two additional three-story, three-unit residential buildings to book-end the project, at 4 East 4th Street and 10 East 4th Street. The three-unit buildings will measure just under 4,400 square feet each, while the six-unit buildings will measure between 8,600 square feet and 8,800 square feet. Across all four, the units should average 1,105 square feet apiece, indicative of condominiums. There will be a total of 12 off-street parking spaces. Douglas Pulaski’s Brooklyn-based Bricolage Designs is the architect of record. The 8,560-square-foot lot is currently vacant and located three blocks from the Fort Hamilton Parkway stop on the F and G trains.
Property owner Forrest Gurl has filed applications for two three-story, six-unit residential buildings at 6-8 East 4th Street, in Windsor Terrace, located three blocks from the Fort Hamilton Parkway stop on the F and G trains. Each of them will measure roughly 8,700 square feet in total, and both will have exactly 6,634 square feet of residential space. Since there are six apartments in each building, the units will average 1,106 square feet apiece, which means condos are probably in the works. Douglas Pulaski’s Brooklyn-based Bricolage Designs is the architect of record. The site’s former two-story townhouse and adjoining garage were demolished last year.
Staten Island-based Adventure Masonry Corporation has filed applications for a three-story, 11-unit residential building at 564 19th Street, in Windsor Terrace, six blocks from 15th Street – Prospect Park stop on the G and F trains. The building will span 8,288 square feet and rise on a 60-foot-wide vacant lot. Units will average 753 square feet apiece. Henry Radusky’s Bricolage Designs is the architect of record.
A tipster has submitted new renderings of 33 Caton Place, which has been dubbed The Kestrel; yesterday, Brownstoner reported that Halstead Property Development Marketing has been tapped to handle marketing and leasing. The building was…