Residential

1141 Lafayette Avenue

Four-Story, 10-Unit Residential Building Planned at 1141 Lafayette Avenue, Bushwick

Tomer Erlich, doing business as an anonymous Brooklyn-based LLC, has filed applications for a four-story, 10-unit residential building at 1141 Lafayette Avenue, in central Bushwick, located two blocks from the Kosciuszko Street stop on the J train. The structure will measure 11,440 square feet, which means its residential units should average 817 square feet apiece, indicative of relatively large rental apartments (for new construction in the area). Robert Bianchini’s Forest Hills-based ARC Architecture + Design Studio is the architect. The 37-foot-wide assemblage consists of a vacant lot (1141 Lafayette) and a four-story townhouse (1143 Lafayette), which received demolition permits earlier this month.


321 West 136th Street

Six-Story, Five-Unit Mixed-Use Building Filed at 321 West 136th Street, Harlem

Brooklyn-based Stuyvesant Group, headed by Adam Cohen, has filed applications for a six-story, five-unit mixed-use building at 321 West 136th Street, in northern Harlem. The structure will measure 13,024 square feet, of which 2,497 square feet will be used as community facility space on the basement and cellar levels. The five floors above will host full-floor residential units, averaging a spacious 1,706 square feet apiece, indicative of condominiums. Jose Lockhart’s Brooklyn-based Tecnico Engineering is the applicant of record. Demolition permits were filed in January for an existing two-story brick townhouse.


1552 Bergen Street

New Details for Seven-Story, 90-Unit Mixed-Income Residential Project Underway at 1552 Bergen Street, Crown Heights

Back in September of 2014, news broke that a seven-story, 90-unit mixed-income residential project was being planned at 1552 Bergen Street, in eastern Crown Heights, located six blocks south of the Utica Avenue stop on the A/C trains. The 68,711-square-foot building, dubbed Concern Bergen, has been quietly rising and has since topped out. Now, applications for the apartments – a mix of affordable, supportive, and market-rate units – are available, according to DNAinfo. Of the 90 apartments, 55 will be assigned to adults with psychiatric disabilities and will average 480 square feet apiece. The next 33 apartments, comprised of one- and two-bedrooms, will rent at below-market rates through the housing lottery, while the remaining two apartments will be market-rate rentals. The 35 non-supportive units should average 877 square feet apiece. Amenities include a fitness center, a computer lab, multiple lounges, a laundry, private storage space, storage for 21 bikes, a seven-car garage on the ground floor, and an outdoor terrace. Long Island-based Concern for Independent Living is the developer, while Dattner Architects is behind the design. Occupancy is expected in September.




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