Douglaston Development is moving forward with a townhouse project in Fort Greene, at 370-374 Clermont Avenue and 71 Greene Avenue. Originally filed in 2013, on the Clermont side, there will be two buildings, with three condominium units. One will be a four-story, single-family home, and the other will reach three stories and hold two units, averaging 3,885 square feet.
The NYC Housing Authority is planning to build an all-affordable building at the vacant 11,500 square-foot plot of land on the northwest corner of Myrtle Avenue and St Edwards Street, in Fort Greene, on the grounds of the Ingersoll Houses complex. According to DNAinfo, a community facility is planned on the ground floor. The building’s specifications will be determined once the City selects a developer by the end of 2015.
Gotham Organization has acquired the vacant lot at 130 St. Felix Street, on the block immediately north of Atlantic Terminal in Fort Greene for $5.5 million. According to Brownstoner, the vacant property can accommodate a building of 75,114 square feet, and soil tests were done recently, which usually determines the type of foundation a new building will need. Details have not yet been released, and a new building would require approval from City Planning.
Per DNAinfo, The Brooklyn Hospital Center plans to sell the 21-story Maynard Building, located at 240 Willoughby Street, in Fort Greene, to a developer and use the money to develop a new 155,000 square-foot Ambulatory Care Center at their parking lot spanning 95-99 Dekalb Avenue. The Maynard Building apparently offers spectacular views and would likely be up for a residential conversion. Developers for both proposals have yet to be found.
More than a decade ago, in June 2004, Mayor Bloomberg’s office put out a press release announcing the creation of a task force to redevelop the old “Brig” site, once home to the Brooklyn Navy…