Permits have been filed for a four-story public school facility at 922 78th Street in Dyker Heights, Brooklyn. The development, positioned in a heavily residential neighborhood, will better suit the existing PS 127 for a rising student population. The building is sixteen blocks away from the Fort Hamilton subway station, serviced by N, Q, and W trains. The NYC School Construction Authority is responsible for the applications.
The 83-foot tall structure will yield 58,950 square feet, with 49,310 square feet dedicated to community facility use. The building will bring storage room, offices, classrooms, a cafeteria, library, and gymnasium.
Macrae-Gibson Architects will be responsible for the design.
Construction is likely to replace the outdoor fitness area. The estimated completion date has not been announced.