Most streets in the Lower East Side are crammed with 15-foot-wide tenement buildings dating as far back as the 1880s, but the one-block stretch of Attorney Street between Delancey and Rivington Streets was once more industrial, lined on the west side with an old brick factory converted to apartments, a 15-year-old residential building, and a series of crumbling brick garages. Now developer Morris Platt is going to fill a hole where one of those garages was demolished, at 91 Attorney Street, with an eight-story apartment building.
In December, the New York Post’s Steve Cuozzo revealed the location of Apple’s first store in Williamsburg: 247 Bedford Avenue, on the corner of North 3rd Street, just a few blocks from the L stop….
In July, YIMBY reported that permits had been filed to construct a new seven-unit residential building at 324 20th Street, in South Slope/Greenwood Heights section of Brooklyn. Now, YIMBY has a rendering of 324 20th Street, between…