Joshua Markovics’ Brooklyn-based Royal Builders Realty has filed applications for an eight-story, 19-unit residential building at 1287 East 19th Street, in Midwood, four blocks from the Q train’s stop at Avenue M. The building will measure 19,723 square feet, which means units will average 1,038 square feet. Hudson Valley-based Kenneth Thomas is the applicant of record, and two dilapidated two-story homes must first be demolished.
As Midwood’s Orthodox and immigrant communities grow, residential construction will keep booming, and with it, commercial development. The latest example of economic progress in the working class Brooklyn neighborhood are two substantial retail and medical office expansions at 1989 and 2003 Coney Island Avenue, between Avenue P and Quentin Road.
A large, mixed-use complex with apartments, a synagogue and retail may replace a series of small apartment buildings on East 8th Street in Midwood. Developer Bo Jin Zhu filed applications earlier today for the 11-story, 162,400-square-foot building at 1721 East 8th Street, between Quentin Road and Kings Highway.
Borough Park-based Ranco Capital has filed applications for an eight-story, 82-unit residential building at 1825 Ocean Avenue, in Midwood, five blocks from the Q train’s Avenue M stop. The building will measure 63,291 square feet in total, and units will average a rental-sized 772 square feet each. Mapleton-based N.A. Design Studio is the applicant of record, and a gas station must first be removed.
Midwood-based BWH Construction has filed applications for an eight-story, 26-unit residential building at 1251 East 19th Street, in Midwood, three blocks from the Q train’s Avenue M stop. The building will measure 31,895 square feet, which means units will average 1,227 square feet apiece, possibly making for condominiums. Felix Pustylnik is the applicant of record. The 2.5-story home at 1251 East 19th Street was demolished over the past month, but demolition has not yet begun at the three-story residential building spanning Nos. 1943-1947.