Lenox, a new residential building at 207 Van Vorst Street, is opening its door for tenants in Jersey City’s historic Paulus Hook. The neighborhood is near the Hudson River, and sits across from Manhattan’s Downtown skyline.
Permits have been filed for two four-story residential buildings at 328 and 330 Sackett Street, in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn. The site sits five blocks from the Carroll Street subway station, serviced by the F and G trains. The project is near plenty of commercial activity, with several bars and restaurants located within walking distance, and Gowanus’ nightlife is also just a few blocks to the east. The Brooklyn Home Company will be responsible for the development.
Permits have been filed for a four-story residential building at 271 Mother Gaston Boulevard, in Brownsville, Brooklyn. The project will rise seven blocks away from the Atlantic Avenue Subway Station, serviced by the L train, as well as the East New York Train Station, serviced by eight lines of the Long Island Railroad. A few blocks further is the Broadway Junction Subway Station, serviced by the A and C trains, and the Alabama Avenue Subway Station, serviced by the J and Z trains. Dianping Chen will be responsible for the development.
The Landmark Preservation Commission has approved a new design for the Domino Sugar Factory Refinery building, which is being redeveloped by Two Trees Management Company, and designed by Vishaan Chakrabarti’s Practice for Architecture and Urbanism, aka PAU. The commission made no changes to the proposal, and Two Trees’ Managing Director David Lombino said “Thank you to the Landmarks Preservation Commission for engaging in a productive and thoughtful review, and for supporting this exciting new approach to making the Refinery building the centerpiece of the Domino redevelopment.”
YIMBY has the scoop on a six-story mixed-use building coming to 625 Driggs Avenue, in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. The project is in one of the most active areas of the neighborhood. The Bedford Avenue Subway Station is five blocks away, which is the first stop in Brooklyn for the L train, and the East River waterfront is another five blocks to the west. Redsky Capital, whose business is a three-minute walk from the site, will be responsible for development.