In a recent reveal, The Hudson Companies released updated renderings of a new, mixed-use residential project on the rise at 350 Clarkson Avenue in Prospect Lefferts Gardens. Designed by CetraRuddy Architecture, the building’s 227,000 square feet will comprise 250 market-rate rentals, office space, ground floor retail, and a potential community facility.
Prospect Lefferts Gardens
Located in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Prospect Lefferts Gardens to the east of Prospect Park will be a new four-story residential project at 143 Winthrop Street. Permits were filed earlier this week that call for a new ground-up structure with a basement level and a total of 10 units built within masonry walls. The designer is Palette Architecture, while the developer is Navin Ramsumdar of N&N Consulting Corp.
Construction and façade installation has topped-off at 171 Linden Boulevard in Prospect-Lefferts Gardens, Brooklyn. Alteration and expansion of the original structure has nearly doubled the total area of the former three-story residence.
Hello Living’s 1580 Nostrand Avenue has resumed construction following a scaled-down redesign of the residential development. Located in Prospect Lefferts Gardens, the structure would have been one of South Brooklyn’s tallest towers at 23-stories.
Until recently, Prospect Lefferts Gardens was mostly overlooked by developers busy constructing high-rise, high-value residential towers in other sought-after Brooklyn neighborhoods. Permits filed at 319 Lenox Road, however, are the latest in a slew of new mid to high-rise developments taking shape in the landmarked, historic district.