A new four-story residential building is coming to 718 Bushwick Avenue, in the Brooklyn neighborhood of East Williamsburg. Permits were filed last week for the ground-up, 46-foot-tall structure, which will contain eight units and be constructed with a masonry system on the 1,874 square foot lot. The building itself will measure just under 5,600 square feet, and is being designed by Robert Bianchini of Arc Architecture + Design Studio. The developer of the project is James Best of 718 Bushwick Ave, LLC.
The site is located a short walking distance to the Myrtle Av and Central Ave subway stop on the J and M train. It sits on the southwestern corner of Bushwick Avenue, between Hart Street to the north and Lawton Street to the south. There is currently a three-story house sitting on the corner site that has yet to be demolished to make way for the new project.
No official construction and completion date has been announced yet.