Eyal Ovadia, doing business as an LLC, has filed applications for a four-story, seven-unit residential building at 694 Monroe Street, in central Bedford-Stuyvesant, seven blocks south of the J train’s stop at Kosciuszko Street and Broadway. The building will measure 4,953 square feet, and units will average a rental-sized 707 square feet. Queens-based Gerald Caliendo is the architect of record, and a two-story home must be demolished before construction begins.
Solomon Feder, head of Velocity Framers USA Inc., has filed applications for a seven-story, 18-unit residential building at 146 Linden Boulevard, in northern Flatbush, two blocks from the 2 and 5 trains’ stop at Church Avenue. The building will measure 12,696 square feet, which means units will average a rental-sized 705 square feet. David Silberman, who appears to be with Velocity Framers, is the architect of record.
Jintun Yang, operating under an LLC, has filed applications for a six-story, eight-unit mixed-use building at 982 50th Street, in Borough Park, seven blocks from the Fort Hamilton Parkway stop on the D train. The building will measure 7,583 square feet, and includes 1,591 square feet for a daycare facility on the ground and cellar levels. Residential units will begin on the second floor and average 749 square feet. Brooklyn-based Shiming Tam is the architect of record, and a two-story townhouse must be demolished before construction begins.
Yaniv Shalom, president of Hillside Development, has filed applications for a four-story, two-unit residential townhouse at 1511 Pacific Street, in northern Crown Heights, three blocks south of the C train’s stop at Kingston Avenue. The building will measure 2,176 square feet and span just 16 feet across the vacant lot. One residence will occupy the bottom two floors while the second unit spans the top remaining space, with each unit averaging 1,088 square feet. Jamaica-based Banji Awosika Architect is the applicant of record.
Midtown Equities has tasked Cushman & Wakefield to market the development site at 205 Montague Street, in Downtown Brooklyn, for more than $200 million, according to Crain’s. The property boasts 300,000 square feet of development rights, and the developer has drafted plans for a 44-story residential tower as well as a 62-story version. A relatively small portion of commercial space is included in the base of the tower, where a five-story office and retail building currently sits. Midtown Equities acquired the site for $33 million in 2010.