New Project: Mixed-Use Property in Brooklyn

January 09, 2021
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Source: New York YIMBY

Permits have been filed to construct a new mixed-use building in Brooklyn.
 
Where is this happening?
Boerum Hill neighborhood, Brooklyn, New York City
 
Who is involved?
Developers: RJ 4th Avenue LLC
Designers: Gertler & Wente Architects LLP

When is this happening?
The project’s estimated completion date is currently unknown.
 

Why is this important?
The building will replace an aging apartment building with modern residential, commercial, and community space.
 
Key aspects?
Average rental size of 775 square-feet
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Project specs?
Nine-stories tall
41,120 square-feet of residential space
5,482 square-feet of commercial space
383 square-feet of community facility space

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