Brookland Capital has filed applications for a six-story, 19-unit residential building at 1218-1222 Putnam Avenue, in central Bushwick. The building will measure 14,264 square feet, which translates into an average 750 square feet per residential unit. Feingold & Gregory Architects is designing, and an existing two-story townhouse must first be demolished.
Developers are rushing to build hotels in Brooklyn’s priciest Industrial Business Zone, North Williamsburg, and now they’re looking further afield in the sleepy industrial borderlands of Bushwick and Ridgewood. The owner of a scrap metal recycling business at 25 Stewart Avenue, on the corner of Flushing Avenue in Bushwick, has filed a new building application to construct a nine-story hotel the property.
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.
The industrial no man’s land along Johnson Avenue in Bushwick is about to become very hip, between both a huge retail redevelopment planned near the Morgan L stop, and now, a nightclub conversion with a rooftop bar, planned for a warehouse at 599 Johnson Avenue, near the Ridgewood border.
DNAinfo reports Cayuga Capital acquired the single-story warehouse building at 321 Starr Street, at the northern tip of Bushwick, for $9 million, and plans to expand the building to accommodate multiple commercial tenants. MetroRock Climbing is already expecting to open a 23,000 square-foot facility in the building in spring of 2016, and future tenants will be revealed later on.