Permits Filed: 986 Rogers Avenue, Flatbush

986 Rogers Avenue, image via Google Maps986 Rogers Avenue, image via Google Maps

Filings for new buildings in Flatbush seem to have slowed down over the last few months, probably thanks to confusion about the defunct-but-possibly-not 421-a tax abatement. The tax break propped up market-rate development throughout the central Brooklyn neighborhood, and without it, many builders seem to be delaying construction.

But yesterday, a new building application surfaced for a six-story project at 986 Rogers Avenue, between Tilden Avenue and Beverly Road. Plans call for 24 apartments spread across 15,993 square feet of residential space, for a typical unit of 666 square feet. There would also be a little 376-square-foot community facility and 1,866 square feet of retail.

The developer is listed as Isaac Stern (not the great, deceased violinist, of course), doing business as a Borough Park-based LLC, and Elmont, N.Y.-based architect Udoette Isaiah applied for the permits.

The property is currently home to a small car repair shop.

Stern picked up the property in April for $484,250.

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3 Comments on "Permits Filed: 986 Rogers Avenue, Flatbush"

  1. I read your permits filed everyday, important thing that I know is plan about building. (development)

  2. Hey David so do i read them everyday. Small price to pay for a business.

  3. At around $30/sqft a subsidy is probably not needed, but it would help to know projected rents.

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