SHoP Architects has submitted applications for a major new project at 1508 Coney Island Avenue, in Midwood, Brooklyn. The 10-story mixed-use high-rise will be situated on the major commercial thoroughfare of the area. Eight blocks away is the Avenue M Subway Station, serviced by the Q trains. It should be noted that the project is not close the Coney Island beach boardwalk, which is over four miles away.
Permits have been filed for a three-story residential building at 1565 East 9th Street, in Midwood, Brooklyn. The development will rise eleven blocks from the Kings Highway Subway Station, serviced by the B and Q trains, and twelve blocks away from the Avenue P Subway Station, serviced by the F train. The closest major commercial thoroughfare, Coney Island Avenue, is three blocks away. Jack Braha will be responsible for the project.
Permits have been filed for a three-story residence at 1466 East 5th Street, in Midwood, Brooklyn. The project is situated in a residential area, and is six blocks away from Avenue N, serviced by the F train. Aviva Didia will be responsible for the development.
A modest block in Brooklyn’s Midwood neighborhood is about to see a moderately-sized infill development, at 1615 Cedar Street. The application was submitted to the Department of Buildings for two lots spanning 1613-1615 Cedar, and will be built under quality housing guidelines. Alix C. Mitchell of Cityscape Consulting LTD. is the architect of record, and the all-residential structure will total eight floors and 15,738 square feet, to be divided amongst 17 units, likely rental apartments. Ramazi Mitaishuili of 1611 Cedar Street Realty LLC is listed as the developer, and two homes must be demolished before construction can begin.
New building applications have been filed for a five-story and ten-unit project on an irregularly-shaped lot at 1330 East 17th Street, in Brooklyn’s Midwood neighborhood. The site is only one block east of the Q train’s Avenue M stop, and will comprise 7,276 square feet of residential space, likely translating into rental apartments with an average size of 727 square feet. Grigori Zinkevitch is the architect, and Joseph Horowitz of Lush Developers is listed as the developer. An existing two-story home must be demolished before work can begin.