The Cedarhurst, N.Y.-based Responsive Group has filed applications for two four-story, 10-unit residential buildings at 1690-1692 Pacific Street, in eastern Crown Heights. The structures, which will also feature penthouse levels above the fourth floor, will measure 8,583 square feet each. Across both, the residential units should average 676 square feet apiece, indicative of rentals. Brooklyn-based KMP Design & Engineering is the architect of record. The 6,144-square-foot plot is occupied by a single-story warehouse. Demolition permits have not been filed.
Cornell Realty Management has filed applications with the Department of City Planning seeking to rezone the development sites at 40 Crown Street and 931 Carroll Street, both of which are located in western Crown Heights. A 16-story, 390-unit mixed-use building is proposed at the 40 Crown Street site. That building would measure 400,000 square feet and include 15,000 square feet of retail. A 16-story, 128-unit residential building is proposed at the 391 Carroll Street site.
In August, the owners of the Key Food at 801 Washington Avenue in Crown Heights announced plans to shutter the store on the corner of Lincoln Place to make way for a residential building. Now applications have been filed with the Department of Buildings for the nine-story project, which will have a main address at 805 Washington Avenue.
Construction appears to be wrapping up on the five-story, 165-unit residential project under development at 267 Rogers Avenue, located between Carroll and Crown streets in western Crown Heights. The latest photos are courtesy prolific construction photographer Tectonic. The most recent building permits indicate the structure encompasses 112,256 square feet and rises a contextual 55 feet in height, not including the bulkhead.
The Othman family is partnering with an unknown developer to build an eight-story, 54-unit mixed-use building at 801 Washington Avenue, located at the corner of Lincoln Place in western Crown Heights. The plans are still in the preliminary stages.