Joel John, doing business as Bushwick Powers, LLC, has filed applications for a six-story, 20-unit residential building at 70 Bushwick Avenue, in eastern Williamsburg, a block away from the Grand Street stop on the L train. The building will measure 13,657 square feet, and units will average a rental-sized 683 square feet apiece. Queens Village-based Julien Flander is the architect of record. The L-shaped assemblage will require the demolition of a single-story warehouse on the corner lot and a two-story house at 215 Powers Street.
Last week, YIMBY brought you the first look at B+B Capital’s South Williamsburg condos on South 3rd Street. Now we have a rendering for another B+B development under construction a bit further south, at 176-178 Division Avenue.
Watermark Capital Group is now leasing the property at 321 Wythe Avenue, in western Williamsburg, from Saints Peter and Paul Church for $2.1 million per year, DNAinfo reports. The developer plans to raze the single-story church to make way for a residential project, which will include 2,500 square feet of community space. The property spans through to South 2nd Street. The developer has not yet filed applications with the DOB, but collaboration with the church is mandatory within a year of getting construction plans approved.
One of the few vacant lots left in prime Williamsburg is about to become an apartment building. New building applications were filed yesterday for a six-story, seven-unit development at 650 Metropolitan Avenue, only a block from the Lorimer stop on the L and G trains.
Early last year, Curbed revealed a glassy rendering for a condo project at 200 South 3rd Street in Williamsburg. Now YIMBY has a rendering for a completely revamped version of the building that will rise between Driggs Avenue and Roebling Street.