Permits have been filed for 2 four-story residential buildings at 502-504 Chester Road in Brownsville, Brooklyn. Situated between Lott Avenue and Newport Road, the adjoining tons are two blocks south of the Rockaway Avenue subway station, serviced by the two, 3, and 4 trains. Chaim Sobel underneath the Urbyn Chester LLC is listed because the proprietor behind the purposes.
The proposed 42-foot-tall developments will every yield six residences. 502 Chester Road will comprise 5,190 sq. ft, with 4,574 sq. ft designated for residential area, averaging 762 sq. ft a unit. 504 Chester Road will comprise 5,150 sq. ft, with 4,535 sq. ft of residential area, at a mean of 755 sq. ft per unit. Based mostly on these measurements, the items will most certainly be leases. The steel-based buildings may even have a 25-foot-long rear yards.
Jose Lockhart of Tecnico Engineering is listed because the architect of file.
Demolition permits will possible not be wanted as the location is vacant. An estimated completion date has not been introduced.
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