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375 Stuyvesant Avenue

Permits Filed for 375 Stuyvesant Avenue, Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn

Brooklyn’s Bed-Stuy doesn’t always see the best executions of infill development, but new filings for 375 Stuyvesant Avenue will hopefully provide an example for others to follow. DXA Studio applied for the permits, indicating the new building should be both innovative and attractive, and Oren Evenhar of Pinestone Greene LLC is listed as the developer. The structure will rise five floors and have 7,386 square feet of residential space, to be divided amongst seven units. With a design-minded architect and an average unit size of over 1,000 square feet, condominiums would appear likely. An existing building on the site is landmarked, though there appears to be ample room to accommodate the new structure, which has yet to be reviewed by the LPC.




280 St. Marks Avenue

Construction in Final Stages On Five-Story, 32-Unit Residential Project at 280 St. Marks Avenue, Prospect Heights

Construction is well underway on the fa├žade and interiors of the five-story, 32-unit residential project under development at 280 St. Marks Avenue, in Prospect Heights. The latest progress on the structure was seen on a hard-hat tour attended by Commercial Observer. The latest building permits have the new building measuring 72,338 square feet and rising 50 feet to its main roof.


115 Broadway

Four-Story, 5,000-Square-Foot Mixed-Use Commercial Project Planned At 115 Broadway, Williamsburg

Brooklyn-based Cayuga Capital Management has filed applications for a four-story, 5,040-square-foot mixed-use commercial building at 115 Broadway, in South Williamsburg. The site is a 1,340-square-foot, wedge-shaped vacant lot bound by South 6th Street and Bedford Avenue. Retail space will occupy the cellar level, the ground floor, and an upper mezzanine level. Office space will take up the second floor, followed by community facility space on the third and fourth floors. Together, the retail and office space will amount to 3,785 square feet while the community facility space will total 1,168 square feet. Midtown South-based DXA Studio is the architect of record. The Marcy Avenue stop on the J and M trains is five blocks away.