S Land Development has filed applications for a five-story, eight-unit residential building at 1255 Decatur Street, in eastern Bushwick, three short blocks away from the Wilson Avenue stop on the L line. Units will average 665 square feet apiece, indicating that the 5,310 square-foot building will be probably be a rental. The existing recessed two-story, two-unit structure passed pre-demolition inspection in 2014, and Charles Diehl is the architect of record.
Developer and designer ASH NYC has received $21 million in construction financing for their planned five-story, 63-unit mixed-use building at 336 Himrod Street, in northern Bushwick. Commercial Observer reports that the main Dannenhoffer’s Opalescent Glassworks building will be integrated into the development, which will feature 4,570 square feet of retail and another 1,570 square feet of community space. Hustvedt Cutler Architects is the architect of record.
Williamsburg-based developer Cayuga Capital is converting old buildings all over Brooklyn to apartments, from a Bushwick church to a steel factory on North 4th Street. Now YIMBY has a rendering of their latest venture, which will transform an old garage at 600 Bushwick Avenue into apartments and retail. The revamped structure will gain four stories and 64 rental units.
Lazer Waldman, doing business under an LLC, has filed applications for a four-story, eight-unit residential building at 985 Willoughby Avenue, just north of the Central Avenue subway stop in northern Bushwick. The building will measure 6,725 square feet, which puts the average unit at roughly 840 square feet. Charles Mallea’s M Architecture is designing, and demo permits were recently filed for the existing two-story, two-unit townhouse.
Property owner Joel Schwartz, of South Side Units LLC, has filed applications for a five-story, eight-unit residential building at the vacant lot at 22 Melrose Street, a stone’s-throw away from the Myrtle Avenue subway stop in northern Bushwick. The building will measure 5,885 square feet, which works out to an average rental-size unit of 735 square feet. KMP Design & Engineering is the applicant of record. The site’s former three-story, three-unit structure was emergency demolished sometime within the past few years.