An anonymous Flushing-based LLC has filed applications for two four-story, four-unit residential buildings at 16-18 Melrose Street, in western Bushwick. The buildings will each measure 5,084 square feet and 4,432 square feet, respectively. Across both, the full-floor residential units should average 1,190 square feet apiece, which means condominiums are likely in the works. Pirooz Soltanizadeh’s Jamaica-based Royal Engineering is the applicant of record. The 47-foot-wide, 4,474-square-foot site is vacant. The Myrtle Avenue stop on the J and M trains is a stone’s throw away.
New buildings replace old ones quite frequently, and skylines evolve. It isn’t very often that a development literally redraws the map, but that’s what has happened with Hudson Lights, located in downtown Fort Lee, N.J.
The neighborhoods just south and east of Prospect Park are ground zero for new construction and rising rents. A little single-family house at 62 East 21st Street, between Caton and Woodruff Avenues, met the wrecking ball last year for an apartment building. Now we have a look at what’s replacing it.
An anonymous Hudson Square-based LLC has filed applications for a four-story, three-unit residential building at 224 North 6th Street, in North Williamsburg. The project will measure 4,980 square feet, which means its residential units should average 1,660 square feet apiece, indicative of condominiums. There will be two duplexes and one triplex apartment. Two of the units will also have access to space in an upper penthouse level. Hudson Square-based Jorge Mastropierto Architects Atelier is the architect of record. The 25-foot-wide, 2,500-square-foot site is currently occupied by a two-story townhouse. Demolition permits have not been filed.
Brooklyn-based RedSky Capital has filed applications for a two-story, 7,986-square-foot retail building at 204 Bedford Avenue, in North Williamsburg. The project will contain 3,675 square feet of commercial-retail space along the cellar, ground, and second floors. The 32-foot-tall structure will be topped by a roof terrace. Jessica Wetter’s Brooklyn-based architecture firm is the architect of record. The 50-foot-wide, 3,750-square-foot site is currently occupied by a three-story mixed-use building; demolition permits were filed in August. The Bedford Avenue stop on the L train is two blocks away.