Apparently the Landmarks Preservation Commission approved plans for the new Carlton Mews project—which will involve the construction of five townhouses on Carlton between Willoughby and Dekalb—at a hearing two weeks ago, because the site has been prepped for construction. The DOB reissued new building permits the day after the LPC hearing. A sign on the construction fence estimates a completion date of December 2012. The developer previously told us the plans were “more traditional” than these renderings we picked up in 2010, but new renderings haven’t surfaced yet.
Carlton Avenue Mews Back in Focus [Brownstoner]
LPC Recap: Nay on 27 Cranberry; Carlton Mews on Track [Brownstoner]
The NEW Carlton Mews Revealed [Brownstoner]
Carlton Mews Sells Again [Brownstoner] GMAP DOB
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