A stalled hotel project at 105 North 13th Street in Greenpoint may now be redeveloped for retail, office, and industrial use, as revealed in recent filings with the Department of City Planning.
Located on the border of Williamsburg and Greenpoint, in Brooklyn, the new property would rise seven stories, with one cellar level below-grade. A majority of the building would contain office space spanning just over 42,000 square feet. Additional components include 22,657 square feet of retail space, and 10,548 square feet of unspecified light industrial space.
As previously revealed by YIMBY, Simon Dushinsky’s Rabsky Group had proposed construction of the hotel and purchased the property in June 2014 for $8.2 million.
Zoning amendments would be required to move forward with this iteration of development, which includes new truck loading berths and curb cuts. The developer has also requested a waiver of accessory parking requirements.
If approved, 12-18 months of construction is expected, with full completion by 2020.