One of Brooklyn’s most prolific developers, Boaz Gilad’s Brookland Capital, has just filed new building applications for an eight-story residential project on the Clinton Hill side of Atlantic Avenue, at No. 929. The building will have 20 apartments spread across 17,077 square feet, as well as bike storage and a roof deck. Feingold and Gregory Architects are the architects of record.
The building is likely to be condos, since that is what Brookland Capital typically develops. This stretch of Atlantic has been floated as a possible candidate for rezoning as part of Mayor de Blasio’s affordable housing plan.
An auto glass repair shop currently occupies the lot near Grand Avenue, and demolition applications have already been filed to knock it down. Gilad bought the repair shop’s three adjacent plots at 929-931 Atlantic for $3,000,000 in July, according to public records. GMAP
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