After our post last week about a massive development site for sale in Eastern Bushwick, it was interesting to find that there are a large number of new projects planned in that neck of the neighborhood — primarily along the J and M trains. Wyckoff Heights noted in its real estate roundup last week that there were applications for six developments (visible on the map above) all in outer Bushwick. They range in size from a proposed 37-unit building at 39 Suydam Street between Broadway and Bushwick near the Myrtle Avenue JMZ stop and several four-story, eight-unit buildings like those with applications in at 1355 and 1359 Myrtle Avenue near the Central Avenue M to a more modest three family house at 229 Cornelia Street. In total, if all plans are approved, this could add 110 units of housing to the area–hopefully they won’t all be various iterations of Fedders buildings.
Real Estate Round-up [Wyckoff Heights]