A proposal has been submitted to the city for a re-zoning at 55-63 Summit Street, in Brooklyn’s Columbia Waterfront District, accompanied by the first renderings of what that could ultimately yield. The affected area is currently classified as M1-1, and the proposal would change that to R6B.
An aging brick church building at 120 Java Street in Greenpoint is about to become apartments and gain a few extra stories. Alteration applications were filed Friday to convert the structure to 18 apartments and add two floors to the three-story building.
In October of 2014, YIMBY revealed renderings of the six-story, 23-unit mixed-use building planned at 95 South 5th Street, in western Williamsburg, and now the building is topped out, according to Curbed. Horrigan Development and Pilot Real Estate Group are developing the project, while Standard Architects is designing. A 675 square-foot dining establishment is planned on the ground floor, and units will average 790 square feet in the 18,575 square-foot structure.
Brownstoner reports construction is in full swing at 95 South 5th Street, in western Williamsburg, where Horrigan Development has planned a six-story, 23-unit mixed-use building incorporating the façade of the former three-story townhouse. The project was revealed by YIMBY last Fall, and construction is now a few floor ups. Standard Architects is designing.
The Jamaica Line in Brooklyn is buzzing with construction, as northern Brooklyn’s developers venture outside of the familiar L train territory to start building along the J, from Williamsburg through Bushwick. The most prominent project is…