The new year brought construction workers to 363 St. Marks Avenue, where a residential conversion is planned for the old Prospect Heights warehouse. Work’s begun on what will be a 44-unit apartment building with an additional third and partial fourth floor. You can see lots of renderings here. The developers bought this building last spring and the architect’s plans emerged in the summer. The DOB issued building alteration permits this December.
Renderings for Residential Conversion on St. Marks [Brownstoner]
Prospect Heights Warehouse Sells, May Go Residential [Brownstoner] GMAP
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