Property owner Praim Singh has filed applications for a four-story, 3,130 square-foot commercial building at 132 20th Street, in South Slope. According to Schedule A, warehouse operations will take place on the ground floor, with accessory office space occupying the levels above. Peter Gee’s Gee 2000 Architect is the applicant of record, and the lot comes vacant; the site’s single-story predecessor was demolished in 2003.
Sterling Town Equities has acquired the two-story commercial building and adjacent vacant lot at 186-190 21st Street, off Fourth Avenue in South Slope, for $6 million. The new owners plan to demolish the existing structure to make way for a condominium development, according to Commercial Observer. The property boasts 20,034 square feet of building potential, and the purchase was made in cash.
Last December, YIMBY reported on filings calling for a 12-story, 129-unit mixed-use building at 581 Fourth Avenue, in South Slope, and now Curbed has the Karl Fischer-designed reveal. The Rabsky Group is developing the 78,800 square-foot building, which is planned to have nearly 2,400 square feet of retail space on the ground floor. Multiple low-rise structures must first be demolished before construction begins.