The affordable housing lottery has launched for 46 Stockholm Street, a four-story residential building in Bushwick, Brooklyn. Designed by Infocus Design & Planning and developed by Benno Schubert under the Hiline Gardens LLC, the structure yields six residences. Available on NYC Housing Connect are two units for residents at 130 percent of the area median income (AMI), ranging in eligible income from $84,000 to $187,330.
Permits have been filed to expand a two-story structure into a four-story mixed-used building at 1336 Dekalb Avenue in Bushwick, Brooklyn. Located between Wilson Avenue and Myrtle Avenue, the lot is near the Central Avenue subway station, serviced by the M train. Sam Teitelbaum of NYC Top Construction LLC is listed as the owner behind the applications.
Permits have been filed to expand a one-story structure into a four-story residential building at 1073 Willoughby Avenue in Bushwick, Brooklyn. Located between Central Avenue and Wilson Avenue, the lot is within walking distance of the Central Avenue subway station, serviced by the M train. Aviad Rave of Blue Chip Painting and Contracting is listed as the owner behind the applications.
Construction has topped out on Myrtle Point, a 17-story rental tower at 3-50 St. Nicholas Avenue in Ridgewood, Queens. Designed by S9 Architecture and developed in collaboration by Arch Companies and AB Capstone, the building will be the tallest residential property in the Ridgewood-Bushwick area and is expected to debut in 2023.
Permits have been filed for a five-story residential building at 77 Woodbine Street in Bushwick, Brooklyn. Located between Evergreen Avenue and Bushwick Avenue, the lot is near the Halsey Street subway station, serviced by the J train. Ricardo Pagan is listed as the owner behind the applications.