Fulton Street in Bed-Stuy is slowly being transformed by development, and the latest new building in the mix is planned for 1557 Fulton Street, between Throop Avenue and Marcus Garvey Boulevard, right near the Kingston-Throop C train stop.
Last year, the de Blasio administration rolled out a program designed to encourage developers to build one- to four-family homes on small city-owned lots. Now the city has filed plans to develop townhouses on 16 vacant properties in East New York, Ocean Hill and Brownsville.
The city’s second-oldest cast iron building has emerged from its scaffolding at 93 Reade Street in Tribeca. The six-story structure, named Obsidian House, is slowly undergoing a conversion from rentals to condos.
Yesterday was a busy day for permits in the west central Bronx. First, plans were filed for a supportive housing development in Crotona Park East, and then new building applications surfaced for a seven-story market-rate project a few blocks north in West Farms.
Four years after the city rezoned a forgotten industrial section of West Farms, the sad stretch of properties next to the Cross Bronx Expressway is becoming a haven for affordable housing. Developer Walison Corp. has filed plans to erect an 11-story supportive housing project at 1817 West Farms Road, right next to their headquarters at 1815 West Farms Road.