Until recently, Prospect Lefferts Gardens was mostly overlooked by developers busy constructing high-rise, high-value residential towers in other sought-after Brooklyn neighborhoods. Permits filed at 319 Lenox Road, however, are the latest in a slew of new mid to high-rise developments taking shape in the landmarked, historic district.
Permits have been filed for a four-story residential building at 2524 Albemarle Road, in Flatbush–Ditmas Park, Brooklyn. The site is seven blocks away from the Church Avenue subway station, serviced by the 2 and 5 trains. Eleven blocks away is the Church Avenue station serviced by the B and Q trains. Aboksis Realty is responsible for the development.
A new milestone has been reached for New York’s largest new development. The highest public outdoor observation deck in the Western Hemisphere has begun to take shape near the peak of 30 Hudson Yards. Related Companies and Oxford Properties Group have announced that construction has started for the outdoor terrace, which will be just one part of the multi-floor space that includes a 10,000 square foot restaurant, bar, and space for events programmed by the hospitality group rhubarb, who were also responsible for the Sky Garden lounge in London.
With each passing day, the World Trade Center is getting closer to completion. At 3 World Trade Center, major progress has been made toward completion, and we now have new details on the Financial District’s latest outdoor terrace. Larry Silverstein’s Silverstein Properties partnered with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey for the development.
New permits filed reveal a mixed-use, residential building at 228 Vanderbilt Avenue, in Fort Greene, Brooklyn. Under development by Reuven Zulauf, Co-Founder of JV Capital Group, the function of the building will include seven residential units and a community facility.