This once-dilapidated wood frame townhouse at 253 Halsey Street in Bed Stuy has been rebuilt from the ground up, and now sports an unusual corrugated steel facade.
The fate of Crown Heights’ St. Ignatius Catholic Church was sealed when the Bishop of Brooklyn shuttered it two years ago, and now foundation work has begun for the apartment building that will rise in its place, at 267 Rogers Avenue.
The owner of 219-14 40th Avenue, in central Bayside, has filed applications for a two-story, nearly 3,000 square-foot single-family home. Joseph Sultana, of JLS Designs, is the architect of record, and demolition of the existing two-story structure began in December.
The property owner of 146-51 Beech Avenue, in the western half of East Flushing, has filed applications for a two-story, two-unit residential building measuring 1,950 square feet. Yu Lei Pan, of G. Plan Design & Consulting Inc., is the architect of record, and that portion of the lot is currently vacant.
Brause Realty broke ground yesterday on their 35-story residential tower at 44-28 Purves Street in Long Island City, and sent along these renderings of the glassy, rust-accented structure designed by FXFOWLE.