The latest filing comes in the northern part of Gowanus, just off Fourth Avenue. There, Adam America plans to erect a seven-story residential building on the site of a one-story brick building currently housing a car rental facility.
The 40,000-square foot apartment building would rise 70 feet, and include 31 apartments spread over nearly 36,000 square feet of net residential space. The units would average 1,150 square feet, and, per the Schedule A filing, would include seven duplex units on the sixth and seventh floors (we’re guessing condos, but we haven’t heard back from Adam America).
This would be Adam America’s fourth residential project along the Fourth Avenue corridor, joining 535 Fourth Avenue (designed by Aufgang Architects, at 14th Street), 470 Fourth (also by Aufgang, at 11th) and 275 Fourth (by ODA, at First Street).
Interestingly, the land beneath 610 Warren has not traded hands since 1999, when the price was either $0 or unrecorded.
The project would include 16 spaces for parking cars on the ground level (exactly the number required by zoning), plus another 16 for bikes in the basement.
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