East Williamsburg

230 Boerum Street

Four-Story, Eight-Unit Residential Building Planned At 230 Boerum Street, East Williamsburg

Flatiron District-based Rosin & Associates, headed by Max Rosin, has filed applications for a four-story, eight-unit residential building at 230 Boerum Street, in East Williamsburg, located three blocks south of the Montrose Avenue stop on the L train. The new structure will measure 5,553 square feet in total and its residential units will average 648 square feet apiece, indicative of rental apartments. There will be two units per floors, although one of the fourth-floor units will feature a fifth-floor penthouse. Alexander Stoltz’s Brooklyn-based SA-DA Architecture is the architect of record. The 25-foot-wide lot is currently vacant.

430 Johnson Avenue

Four-Story Multi-Use Commercial Building Revealed At 430 Johnson Avenue, East Williamsburg

Developer Astral Weeks is planning to build a four-story, 15,143 square-foot multi-use commercial building at 430 Johnson Avenue, in East Williamsburg, located three blocks from the Morgan Avenue stop on the L train. According to Brownstoner, the new building will feature 2,822 square feet in the cellar for retail or a restaurant, ground-floor parking that can be turned into an event space, and office space on floors two through four. VAMOS Architects is behind the design. New buildings applications have not been filed with the Department of Buildings, but the 50-foot-wide lot is currently vacant. Completion is expected in the beginning of 2017.

456 Johnson Avenue

Four-Story Mixed-Use Commercial Conversion Underway At 456 Johnson Avenue, East Williamsburg

Sequoia Development Group is currently converting the four-story, 55,000 square-foot former paper mill at 456 Johnson Avenue, in East Williamsburg, into a mixed-use commercial property. According to The Real Deal, the upper three floors will have a total of 35 office units, each measuring between 900 and 2,200 square feet apiece. Retail space is planned on the ground floor and the building is being dubbed Paper Mill. The developer is leasing the property from its owner, Maki Realty Corp. Red Hook-based ND Architecture & Design is designing the conversion.

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