Brownsville

25 Legion Street

Five-Story, Seven-Unit Mixed-Use Building Filed At 25 Legion Street, Brownsville

Property owner Moisey Suleymanov, doing business as Queens-based M&C Organization Inc., has filed applications for a five-story, seven-unit mixed-use building at 25 Legion Street, in Brownsville, located seven blocks from the Sutter Avenue – Rutland Road stop on the 3 train. The new building will encompass 12,000 square feet and will include 3,212 square feet of commercial-retail space on the ground floor. There will be two units per floor on floors two through four and a single unit on the top level. The apartment units should average a family-sized 1,017 square feet apiece and the project will be topped by a roof deck. Brooklyn-based Dmytro Chornobryvets is the architect of record. An existing two-story brick rowhouse must first be demolished.




410 Mother Gaston Boulevard

Four-Story, 10,000 Square-Foot Community Office Building Filed At 410 Mother Gaston Boulevard, Brownsville

Lazar Feygin, operating as an anonymous LLC, has filed applications for a four-story, 9,760 square-foot community facility building at 410 Mother Gaston Boulevard, in Brownsville, six blocks from the L train’s stop at Sutter Avenue. The building will have office space on all floors, although it’s not known who the tenant(s) will be. Nicholas Scire-Chianetta’s Gravesend-based NSC Architecture is the architect of record, and the site’s two-story commercial predecessor was demolished this past summer.


1797 Pitkin Avenue, photo via CBRE

Permits Filed: Commercial Conversion at 1797 Pitkin Avenue, Brownsville

An attractive, early 20th century bank building has sat vacant at the corner of Pitkin Avenue and Mother Gaston Boulevard in Brownsville for a few years, a neglected architectural gem near one of the neighborhood’s sprawling housing projects. But last time YIMBY passed by the building at 1797 Pitkin Avenue, someone had started doing work on the ground floor. Now we know why: a nursing home company has filed plans to convert the commercial building into a community facility.

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