Brooklyn-based JCS Realty Group has filed applications for two four-story, multi-family residential buildings at 287 Maple Street, in Prospect Lefferts Gardens. One of the buildings will measure 5,797 square feet and contain seven residential units, while the second will measure 5,240 square feet and contain six units. Across both, the apartments should average 673 square feet apiece, indicative of rentals. Diego Aguilera’s Rego Park-based firm is the architect of record. The 4,000-square-foot lot is occupied by a two-story house. Demolition permits were filed in December.
Floral Park, N.Y.-based Metropolitan Homes has filed applications for a three-story, three-unit residential building at 606 Quincy Street, located at the corner of Lewis Avenue in the heart of Bedford-Stuyvesant. The ground-up building will measure 4,788 square feet and will rise on the vacant portion of the 3,248-square-foot property. The site is also home to a dilapidated two-story townhouse at 236 Lewis Avenue. That structure will be converted into two apartments by the same developer. Across both buildings, the five total apartments should average 1,107 square feet apiece. Shahriar Afshari’s Rosyln, N.Y.-based firm is the architect of record.
It was nearly seven months ago that the Landmarks Preservation Commission first heard a proposal to construct a six-story apartment building where a two-story garage building currently sits in the West Village. That process was met with opposition from the public and failed to gain approval from the LPC. The process for deciding the future of 11-19 Jane Street continued on Tuesday, but again with no resolution.
North Williamsburg’s industrial zone has become a forest of high-end hotels, from the Wythe Hotel, a converted, turn-of-the-century factory, to the futuristic William Vale, which opened in September. Now YIMBY has a rendering of a hotel headed to 105 North 13th Street, between Wythe and Berry Streets near McCarren Park.
Completion is imminent on a mixed-use building at 32-04 38th Avenue, a six-story, Bauhaus-styled building in Dutch Kills from developer Arun Agarwal and designed by Brooklyn-based ND Architecture and Design.