Infinity Properties has filed applications for a four-story, seven-unit residential building at 462 Madison Street, in central Bedford-Stuyvesant, located eight blocks north of the C train’s Throop Avenue stop. The building will measure 4,984 square feet, and units will average 712 square feet. The prolific Gerald Caliendo, based in Queens, is the architect of record, and the lot is currently vacant.
Joel Schwartz’s Brooklyn-based Southside Units has filed applications for a six-story, 11-unit residential building at 622 Myrtle Avenue, in northwestern Bedford-Stuyvesant, four blocks north of the Classon Avenue stop on the G train. The building will measure 9,408 square feet, which means units will average 855 square feet apiece. A retail unit will also be located in the cellar level, and Queens-based Julien Flander is the applicant of record. A three-story brick townhouse must first be demolished.
Earlier this year, YIMBY reported on applications for a four-story, 16-unit residential building at 198-200 Clifton Place, in western Bedford-Stuyvesant. But now it appears the site has been acquired by a new owner, Williamsburg-based Elite Realty & Management, who has also filed new applications to construct two separate multi-family buildings. Each building will stand four stories tall and have eight units, and each unit will average 676 square feet. In one building, the two top-floor units will also feature a fifth-floor penthouse. Boaz Golani’s Bronx-based BMG Design Build is the architect of record.
There aren’t many big development sites left in the heart of Bedford-Stuyvesant, but one developer managed to snag a block-through site at 270 Nostrand Avenue, right around the corner from the Bedford-Nostrand G train stop. Aaron Lebovits’ Park Developers and Builders filed new building applications on Friday for a 241-unit apartment building on the lot between Dekalb Avenue and Koscuiszko Street.
Isaac Itah has filed applications for a four-story, two-unit townhouse on the 17-foot-wide lot at 813 Greene Avenue, in central Bedford-Stuyvesant, four blocks from the Kosciuszko Street stop on the J train. The building will total 3,479 square feet, and each unit will spread across two floors, averaging a spacious 1,740 square feet. Bahram Tehrani’s Jamaica-based BTE Design Services is the applicant of record, and the lot appears vacant.