Architecture

902 Franklin Avenue, photo by Tectonic

Crown Heights Laundry at 902 Franklin Avenue Nearly Demolished for Four-Building Residential Project

It’s been a year and a half since Cornell Realty filed plans for a massive four-building, 208-unit development at 902 Franklin Avenue in southern Crown Heights. Now, Cornell has nearly finished demolishing the series of squat industrial buildings on the site between Crown and Montgomery streets, which used to be a commercial laundry business.

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1010 Bushwick Avenue in January 2015, photo by Christopher Bride for PropertyShark

Permits Filed: 1010 Bushwick Avenue, Bushwick

Bushwick and Williamsburg have already started bracing for the MTA to shutdown the L train for 18 months starting in 2019, and many investors are looking elsewhere for development sites. But at the southern edge of the neighborhood, near the J train, new construction is still chugging along. New building applications were filed yesterday to build a seven-story residential building at 1010 Bushwick Avenue, between Grove and Linden streets at the southern edge of Bushwick.

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102 Scholes Street, rendering by Beam Group

Revealed: 102 Scholes Street, Williamsburg

During the Recession in 2010, an aging brick house was partially demolished at 102 Scholes Street in Williamsburg. A new developer took over the property last year, knocking down the rest of the shell and starting work on a new building. We have a look at what’s rising on the lot between Leonard Street and Manhattan Avenue, across from New York City Housing Authority’s Ten Eyck Houses.

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