Last Wednesday, the Flatbush Flatiron was officially cleared for take-off. The DOB permit green-lights a 21-story building with 108 units (exactly what The Sun reported ten months ago). The height is 262 feet, substantially less than the 400 feet that The Real Deal reported 18 months ago. The building will be a total of about 150,000 square feet. Any bets on how long it’ll take to build?
Closing Bell: Dig Time at the Flatbush Flatiron [Brownstoner] GMAP
Flatbush Flatiron Gets Ready for Take-Off [Brownstoner] P*Shark
Development Watch: 75 Flatbush Extension [Brownstoner] DOB
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