Two four-story residential buildings, totaling 14 residential units, are now under construction at 9-11 Orient Avenue, in northern East Williamsburg, two blocks from the L train’s Graham Avenue stop. According to Brownstoner, the buildings have risen to one story, and Great Neck-based Shalom Rubinoff is developing. The residential units will average just 690 square feet, indicative of rentals. Gerald Caliendo is designing, and completion is expected in Spring 2016.
Developer Astral Weeks is getting ready to sell a recently rezoned vacant lot at 95-97 Grattan Street, deep in the East Williamsburg-Bushwick manufacturing zone. TerraCRG, which is marketing the property, sent along this rendering showing two residential buildings that could rise on the site.
On the tree-lined corner of Graham Avenue and Meserole Street, a block south of Williamsburg Houses in East Williamsburg, one developer is planning a six-story apartment building with ground floor retail. ODA Architecture filed a new building application earlier today for the 25-unit mixed-use development at 169 Graham Avenue.
In February, YIMBY brought you news of Bushburg Properties’ commercial conversion planned at 65 Porter Avenue, which would turn a single-story, 32,620 square-foot warehouse into a commercial building featuring retail and offices in southern East Williamsburg. Now, Brownstoner has renderings, and the building will have commercial units ranging from 630 to 5,000 square feet. A new façade is in store, and future tenants can expect to move in starting January 2016. Michael Avramides Architects is designing.
Attri Enterprises has filed applications for a four-story, five-unit mixed-use building at 892 Metropolitan Avenue, in East Williamsburg. The building will measure 5,050 square feet, and a 630 square-foot commercial portion will be located on the ground floor. Anthony Cucich is designing, and an old two-story structure was demolished this past January. The zoning lot is undergoing subdivision, and another building may rise at 894 Metropolitan Avenue, where a two-story townhouse was also demolished this past winter.