Permits have been filed for an eight-story residential building at 1800 Ocean Avenue in Midwood, Brooklyn. Located between Avenue M and Bay Avenue, the lot is four blocks east of the Avenue M subway station, serviced by the Q train. Jacob Zimmerman of Rogers Builders is listed as the owner behind the applications.
NA Design Studio
Permits have been filed for an eight-story apartment building at 290 Linden Boulevard in Flatbush, Brooklyn. Located between Nostrand Avenue and New York Avenue, the interior lot is two blocks north of the Church Avenue subway station, serviced by the 2 and 5 trains. Akiva Lichtman of Rogers Builders is listed as the owner behind the applications.
Permits have been filed for a seven-story residential building at 835 Maple Street in East Flatbush, Brooklyn. Located between East 48th Street and Utica Avenue, the interior lot is seven city blocks south of the Utica Avenue subway station, serviced by the 2, 3, and 4 trains. Yossi Schwartz is listed as the owner behind the applications.
Building applications have been filed for a new medical center in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, at 2505 Coney Island Avenue. The structure will rise three floors, and have a total construction area of 61,865 square feet, as well as a 71-car garage in the basement. The cellar will hold 9,941 square feet of commercial storage space, and above that, an ambulatory treatment/diagnostic center will occupy 31,127 square feet. Thomas Scibilia of N.A. Design Studio is the architect of record, and Nate Weinstock of The Marcal Group is listed as the developer.
Yeshiva Lev Torah, a K-8 school, has filed applications for a five-story, 39,830-square-foot facility at 30 Village Road North, in the heart of Gravesend. The new 75-foot-tall structure will contain a lobby, administrative offices, and classrooms on the ground floor, a cafeteria in the cellar, classrooms and a teachers’ lounge on the second floor, classrooms on the third and fourth floors, followed by a gymnasium, a library, and a Midrash (probably a Beit Midrash, or study hall) on the fifth floor. Thomas Scibilia’s Brooklyn-based NA Design Studio is the architect of record. The Yeshiva is seeking a variance for bulk from the Board of Standards and Appeals, according to the applications. The 62-foot-wide, 11,075-square-foot assemblage consists of two two-story houses. Demolition permits haven’t been yet filed. The Avenue U stop on the F train is located around the corner.