A tipster living in the neighborhood was notified that construction was gearing up at 224 Greene Avenue, between Classon and Grand. We noted in September that “local favorite Eddie Hibbert has filed plans to build another two stories on top of the half of the warehouse building that he owns. The addition will consist of two floor-through, loft-like apartments. According to the DOB filing, the move will expand the square footage from under 1,200 now to over 3,000.” Besides the scaffolding going up, construction has not yet started. GMAP
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