Mixed-Use

550 Metropolitan Avenue

Six-Story Mixed-Use Project Filed For 550 Metropolitan Avenue, Williamsburg

Michael Maidan, doing business under 550 Metropolitan LLC, has filed applications for a six-story, four-unit mixed-use building at 550 Metropolitan Avenue, in central Williamsburg, near the Lorimer subway stop on the L train. The building will span 9,770 square feet, with 1,620 square feet designated for retail space at street level. Igor Zaslavskiy of Zproekt is designing, and an existing three-story apartment building must first be demolished.


810 Flushing Avenue

Renderings Revealed For Seven-Story Mixed-Use Project At 810 Flushing Avenue, Bushwick

DNAinfo has the first renderings of Upper Class Development’s planned seven-story, 42-unit mixed-use project at 810 Flushing Avenue, in northern Bushwick. YIMBY reported on applications filed in August of 2014, and a large amount of commercial and community space is being included on the first two levels. Demolition began on the site’s old single-story building in February, and completion of the new structure is expected in 2016.


LICH redevelopmet

Fortis Planning 820-Unit, Multi-Tower Redevelopment of LICH Complex, Cobble Hill

Fortis Property Group, the owner of the Long Island College Hospital complex at 339 Hicks Street, in Cobble Hill, has proposed redeveloping the properties into 820 residential units, retail, and a medical treatment center, per Curbed. The 1 million square-foot-plus project includes 16-, 20-, 30- and 40-story towers, as well as seven new townhouses, and would require ULURP approval. A large amount of park space is also included, and FXFOWLE is designing.



172-02 Hillside Avenue

Nine-Story Mixed-Use Development Filed for 172-02 Hillside Avenue, Jamaica

Property owner Ben Kaftari has filed applications for a nine-story, 50-unit mixed-use building at 172-02 Hillside Avenue, in Downtown Jamaica. The building will measure 57,750 square feet, with roughly 6,410 square feet counting towards community space, and another 4,400 square feet for commercial-retail. Frank Denner is designing, and an existing single-story auto-shop structure must first be removed.


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