414 Waverly Avenue, the proposed four-story home in the Clinton Hill Historic District, may be going up fairly soon. The design was approved by CB2 last summer but then sent back to the drawing board by the LPC last October. But a DOB permit shows an application was just filed to build the house. The LPC only advised that the height of the building be lowered and some of the window configurations be reconsidered, so there’s a good chance the final product will look pretty similar to the initial design.
LPC Sends 414 Waverly Avenue Back to Drawing Board [Brownstoner]
New House Planned at 414 Waverly Avenue [Brownstoner] GMAP DOB
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