Ismael Levya Architects recently filed new building applications for Two Trees’ 31-story residential tower at the BAM South site on the corner of Lafayette and Flatbush Avenue. The plans for the wedge-shaped tower development at 286 Ashland Place pretty much line up with what the City Council approved back in June. The 364-foot building will have 381 units, 83 enclosed parking spaces and 280,346 square feet of residential space. There will also be 21,928 square feet of commercial space on the lower floors and 45,148 square feet of community space, which could become a new location for the Brooklyn Public Library. Two Trees has promised the building will have 60 affordable apartments and a 10,000 square foot public plaza, which is scheduled for a hearing before the Public Design Commission today.
Rendering by Ten Arquitectos