Grigori Zinkevitch Architect



1330 East 17th Street Midwood

Permits Filed for 1330 East 17th Street, Midwood, Brooklyn

New building applications have been filed for a five-story and ten-unit project on an irregularly-shaped lot at 1330 East 17th Street, in Brooklyn’s Midwood neighborhood. The site is only one block east of the Q train’s Avenue M stop, and will comprise 7,276 square feet of residential space, likely translating into rental apartments with an average size of 727 square feet. Grigori Zinkevitch is the architect, and Joseph Horowitz of Lush Developers is listed as the developer. An existing two-story home must be demolished before work can begin.


891 Willoughby Avenue

Four-Story, Nine-Unit Residential Expansion Project Filed at 891 Willoughby Avenue, Bushwick

A Brooklyn-based property owner has filed applications to redevelop the two-story townhouse at 891 Willoughby Avenue, in eastern Bushwick, into a four-story, nine-unit residential building. The expanded structure will measure 8,975 square feet and the residential units should average 867 square feet apiece. Based on the size of the apartments and location, family-sized rentals are likely in the works. Grigori Zinkevitch’s Queens-based architecture firm is the architect of record. The lot, located three blocks from the Myrtle Avenue stop on the J and M trains, is 37 feet wide and measures 3,563 square feet.


4545 18th Avenue

Six Three-Family Residential Buildings Planned At 4515 18th Avenue, Borough Park

Shimon Lichtenstein, doing business as a Brooklyn-based LLC, has filed applications to build four, three-family residential buildings at 4545 18th Avenue, on the edge of Borough Park. Each of the buildings will measure 4,587 square feet, and full-floor units will average a specious 1,529 square feet apiece. Queens-based Grigori Zinkevitch is the architect of record. The site must first be subdivided into four 22-foot-wide tax lots, and an existing single-story auto-shop will have to be demolished. Future residents will be conveniently located around the corner from the 18th Avenue stop on the F train.


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