It’s only been a couple of weeks since the sale of 313 Gold Street (aka Oro 2) hit public records and already there’re signs of construction on the empty lot at the corner of Gold and Johnson Streets. The DOB just issued a partial-job permit for the 35-story, 214-unit project. The site has been cleared of the cars that used to park there and in their place is a big digger. What’s more, the not-so-fresh-looking deli on the corner of the lot has been getting its innards gutted, judging by the adjacent pile of debris (photos on the jump). We’ve heard–but been unable to confirm–that the developer is Lalezarian Properties, the family-owned company behind the rental project on Tillary Street known as Brooklyn Gold.
Oro 2 Site Sells, Building Permits Renewed [Brownstoner]
Oro 2 Site in Downtown Brooklyn Now Officially Up for Sale [Brownstoner]
Oro 2 Debt Up For Sale [Browstoner] GMAP
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