Property owner Jacob Mayer has filed applications for a three-story, three-unit residential building at 2073 57th Street, in Mapleton, located eight blocks from the 20th Avenue stop on the N train. The structure will measure 8,180 square feet, and its residential units should average 2,045 square feet apiece, which means condominiums must be in the works. Brooklyn-based Asher Hershkowitz is the architect of record. The 34-foot-wide, 3,590-square-foot site is currently partially occupied by a two-story attached home. Demolition permits were filed in April.
Brooklyn-based Abraham Wieder has filed applications for a six-story, eight-unit mixed-use building at 5601 13th Avenue, located on the corner of 56th Street in southern Borough Park, two blocks from the 55th Street stop on the D train. The structure will encompass 18,366 square feet, with 2,352 square feet to be used for retail space on the ground floor. An additional 2,962 square feet on the second floor will be for a community facility, and the residential units on floors three through six should average 1,116 square feet apiece, indicative of family-sized apartments. Brooklyn-based Asher Hershkowitz is the architect of record. Demolition permits were filed in February for the site’s existing two-story brick house.
After years of stalled sites and legal limbo sparked by a controversial rezoning, development has kicked into high gear in the former industrial patch of South Williamsburg known as the Broadway Triangle. Plans have surfaced for a six-story residential building at 54 Throop Avenue, around the corner from the Lorimer Stop on the J and M trains.
One of the big empty lots in Williamsburg’s Broadway Triangle is about to become a seven-story apartment building. Plans were filed yesterday to erect a 70-foot-tall residential development at 7 Whipple Street, on the corner of Flushing Avenue.
Solomon Schwimmer has filed applications for a six-story, eight-unit residential building at 56 Throop Avenue, in Broadway Triangle, located a block south of the Lorimer Street stop on the J and M trains. The structure will measure 12,931 square feet in total, which works out to units averaging a family-sized 1,616 square feet apiece. Brooklyn-based Asher Hershkowitz is the architect of record. An existing single-story warehouse must first be demolished.