When Robert Moses built the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway in the 1950s, he pushed the area between the Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridge approaches even further into isolation, hemming it in on all sides with highways. But OTL Enterprises managed to snag a large and favorably zoned parcel at 22 Chapel Street, just off Flatbush Avenue Extension. Now they’ve filed plans to erect a 20-story, mixed-use building on the lot, which is bounded on the other two sides by Cathedral Place and Jay Street.
On The Level
Earlier this year, Avery Hall Investments, in partnership with Angelo Cosentini’s OTL Enterprises, picked up a three-story walk-up building on a 20-foot-wide lot at 161 Columbia Street, wedged in between a four-story building and a vacant lot….
Angelo Cosentini’s On The Level, the development firm responsible for the Lower East Side’s distinctive Blue building, has a small residential project in the works in Cobble Hill, according to a new building permit application…