An affordable housing lottery has opened on the site of a former Catholic church in south Crown Heights.
The St. Ignatius Church and its community hall are in the process of being demolished at 267 Rogers Avenue in Crown Heights, where Curbed found this rendering on the fence. Building applications were filed last November to construct a five story, 165-unit apartment building, but they weren’t approved until last week.
Heights Advisors are the developers behind the 112,155-square-foot project, which will have 35 underground parking spaces and 48 open ones, a fitness room, laundry, rec room and roof terrace. The architects of record are Think Design and Architecture. Demolition photo after the jump.
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Photos by Curbed