Permits have been filed for a nine-story mixed-use building at 82nd 4th Avenue in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn. Located between St. Marks Street and Bergen Street, the interior lot is two blocks south of the Atlantic Avenue-Barclay Center subway station, serviced by the 2, 3, 4, 5, B, D, N, Q, and R trains. Abraham Posner under the Boerum Hill 82 LLC is listed as the owner behind the applications.
Demolition is now complete at the adjacent sites of 80 Flatbush Avenue and 100 Flatbush Avenue in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn. The narrow plot of 80 Flatbush Avenue will eventually give rise to an 840-foot-tall skyscraper while the triangular lot of 100 Flatbush Avenue will be the future home a 482-foot-tall mixed-use building, both part of a multi-structure mixed-use complex from Alloy Development. Architecture Research Office is the designer of the complex, located on a site bound by Flatbush Avenue, State Street, Third Avenue, and a small sliver of Schermerhorn Street.
Work is wrapping up on ODA‘s 12-story residential building at 561 Pacific Street in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn. Developed by Adam America Real Estate, the property contains 63 residential units that range from studios to three-bedroom layouts. The structure is located on the northern corner of Fourth Avenue and Pacific Street and is alternately addressed as 24 Fourth Avenue.
Demolition is almost complete at 80 Flatbush Avenue in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn, the site of an 840-foot-tall skyscraper, the 17th tallest project underway in New York City. A large amount of debris and rubble is scattered across the narrow, triangular property and awaiting removal. The steel frame of a previous structure is still standing but will soon be knocked down to make way for the new multi-structure, mixed-use complex developed by Alloy Development.
Recently Alloy Development has unveiled plans to construct what will be one of New York City’s most sustainable mixed-use developments. Located at 100 Flatbush Avenue, the residential portion of the tower will be 100 percent electric, or fossil fuel independent, a first for the increasingly carbon neutral city.