123 Linden Boulevard Starts Rising in Flatbush, Brooklyn

123 Linden Boulevard123 Linden Boulevard, image via Titan Engineering

Verticality has commenced at 123 Linden Boulevard, a 20-story residential building rising in Flatbush, Brooklyn. Borough Park-based Solomon Feder is listed as responsible for the project on applications, however, The Moinian Group is the chief developer.

123 Linden Boulevard Starts Rising in Flatbush, Brooklyn

123 Linden Boulevard Starts Rising in Flatbush, Brooklyn

Thanks to images from Tectonic, we can report on the building’s progress. Construction is well beyond foundational work. The structure will likely take another year or so to top-out. An extant structure will also be integrated into the new tower, rejuvenating a century-old Colonial Revival nursing home.

The 229-foot tall tower will yield 376,500 square feet within, with 261,070 square feet dedicated to residential use, and 115,430 square feet for community facility space, including a medical practice and a daycare center on the second floor. 467 apartments will be created, averaging 558 square feet apiece, indicating rentals.

The cellar and ground floor will provide 288 vehicle parking spaces, as well as storage for 192 bicycles.

123 Linden Boulevard Starts Rising in Flatbush, Brooklyn

123 Linden Boulevard Starts Rising in Flatbush, Brooklyn

Hill West Architects is designing the project.

The development is in a pleasant location. The lush Prospect Park is just six blocks away, and Church Avenue is five blocks away, serviced by the B, Q, 2, and 5 trains.

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10 Comments on "123 Linden Boulevard Starts Rising in Flatbush, Brooklyn"

  1. Please pardon me for using your space: Congratulations!, construction not complete but shaped.

  2. Project will yield a total of 467 apartments not 384, FYI.

  3. Pretty dreary area and not the safest either.

  4. This is all rental,no condos available.The moderate income residents in this area won’t be able to stay in the neighborhood.

  5. Need application fora apartment

  6. How is a one bedroom

  7. I just can’t believe that a tower like this is being build in that area of Flatbush. I still wont walk in that area Passed dark. Another thing, Linen Boulevard is a truck rout and the noise and traffic is unbearable. It’s the only highway that cuts from East to West middle of Brooklyn. Such a gamble to put that much money there. However I can see that if more upscale residentials will be build in the area, it will be the new Park Avenue of Brooklyn at least from from Flatbush ave to Kings Highway.

  8. maritza quintana | March 28, 2019 at 12:15 pm | Reply

    Would like an application

  9. Derrick Mincer | April 4, 2019 at 11:19 am | Reply

    I am looking for a condo to buy. Are these rentals or condone to buy? Please let me know

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