The days are numbered for the four-story warehouse on the corner of South 5th Street and Marcy Avenue, a commercial bakery that was in operation for 65 years. The DOB issued a demolition permit earlier this month, and developers submitted a building application for a new 13-story build. Actually, renderings surfaced for the proposed 82-unit rental development last week. The design calls for a two-story plinth holding commercial space, and 11 stories of residential on top. Here’s the lengthy listing for the old warehouse, which was asking $3.25 million. It sold in 2010 for $3,025,000.
Renderings Surface for Williamsburg Rental Build [Brownstoner]
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