A new six-story residential building at 485 Tompkins Avenue in Stuyvesant Heights, Brooklyn is about to undergo reviews by the Landmarks Preservation Commission. The proposal calls for the demolition of the two-story vacant building currently on site, and would create a new ground-up structure. The new building is being proposed and designed by NV Design Architecture.
A new four-story residential building will soon rise at 221 Schenectady Avenue, in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. The structure will eventually house seven units and rise 54 feet above above the surrounding three-story neighbors, while covering a total of around 4,080 square feet when complete. Matt Gold of Citiscape Consulting, located in Sheepshead Bay, is listed as developer on the applications.
Sales have officially launched for 67 Livingston, in Brooklyn Heights. Rising 29 stories, the tower has a slender profile that sits directly adjacent to the Court Chambers Building to the east, at the intersection of Livingston Street and Court Street. 22 full-floor units are included within the 50,000 square foot envelope, which is comprised of two-, three- and four-bedroom layouts. The property is being developed by Silverback Development, which has brought CetraRuddy and HTO Architect to help with interior finishes and design. Marketing is being led by Bold New York.
Permits have been filed for a five-story residential building at 1064 Hancock Street in Bushwick, Brooklyn. The site is three blocks away from the Halsey Street subway station, serviced by the J trains. Matthew Bristol is listed as behind the applications.
Permits have been filed for a five-story religious facility at 4902 14th Avenue in Borough Park, Brooklyn. The synagogue will rise in the heart of the neighborhood’s Jewish community. The site is five blocks away from the 50th Street subway station, serviced by the D trains. Manuel Scharf of Scharf Group LLC will be responsible for the development.