Permits have been filed for a 15-story mixed-use constructing at 145 Wolcott Avenue in Red Hook, Brooklyn. Situated between Ferris Avenue and Conover Avenue, the lot is close to the Smith-Ninth Streets subway station, serviced by the F and G trains. DRAW Brooklyn beneath the Crimson Hook JV, LLC is listed because the proprietor behind the purposes.
The proposed 172-foot-tall growth will yield 407,328 sq. ft, with 160,000 sq. ft designated for residential area, 74,326 sq. ft for business area, and 65,675 sq. ft for manufacturing area. The constructing could have 210 residences, most definitely leases primarily based on the typical unit scope of 710 sq. ft, in addition to business shops, workplaces, and an artwork gallery. The concrete-based construction will even have a cellar, a 30-foot-long rear yard, and 314 enclosed parking areas.
Christopher Wanting Arquitectonica is listed because the architect of file.
Demolition permits haven’t been filed but. An estimated completion date has not been introduced.
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