Permits Filed for a 22-Story Tower at 370 Livingston Street in Downtown Brooklyn

370 Livingston Street in Downtown Brooklyn

Permits have been filed for a 22-story mixed-use building at 370 Livingston Street in Downtown Brooklyn. Located at the southwest corner of Livingston Street and Flatbush Avenue, the lot is one block south of the Nevins Street subway station, serviced by the 2, 3, 4, and 5 trains. Yitzchok Katz of Developing NY State is listed as the owner behind the applications, and is also responsible for 362 Livingston Street, the adjacent 15-story residential building.

The proposed 235-foot-tall development will yield 186,076 square feet, with 178,914 square feet designated for residential space and 7,162 square feet for commercial space. The building will have 105 residences, most likely condos based on the average unit scope of 1,703 square feet. The concrete-based structure will also have a cellar, a 20-foot-long rear yard, 53 bicycle parking spaces on the third floor, and 57 enclosed parking spaces.

NY Building Associates Inc. is listed as the architect of record.

Demolition permits were filed in September 2022 for the four-story building on the site. An estimated completion date has not been announced.

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9 Comments on "Permits Filed for a 22-Story Tower at 370 Livingston Street in Downtown Brooklyn"

  1. More high price apartments going up downtown Brooklyn,and iam pretty sure they will call it AFFORDABLE, smh

  2. destroy more of historic low rise nyc buildings for a piece of crap
    so sad and all in the name of greed.

    • Great, you again with your distasteful and rude comments. Always a complainer, a Karen, and never having anything nice to say. 🙄

      If you love these derelict buildings so much why don’t you protest against the construction workers when they start to set up the scaffolding and bring in the machinery?

      • Het Scott,
        How can you call these buildings DERELICT?
        They have working business on the ground floor and people living above the store fronts.
        So don’t you care that people will be losing their jobs and the people who will be losing their leases on their apartments, and are probably paying somewhat affordable rents for the neighborhood.

        we leave in a democracy and I can state my opinion as well as you can.
        I can complain all I want. If you have a problem, then don’t read my comments.

        Take a hike Dude

    • Historic lowrise buildings? Oh please. This is unremarkable crap.

      • tell that to the people who are losing their apartments where they live and call home or the people who are losing their jobs on the ground floor stores .

    • There are hardly any historic buildings worth preserving in Downtown Brooklyn. These buildings specifically are pretty unremarkable. I don’t mind them being removed in favor of higher density development especially in Downtown Brooklyn.

  3. Went to that building a few times as a transit employee.

  4. I’m very curious to see how this will pair with the 600 footer occupying the other side of this block. That row of derelict buildings makes for a fairly narrow footprint. I really hope we won’t end up with 22 floors of blank concrete walls on any side of this new structure.

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