It’s a story we’ve read — and written ourselves — more than a few times now. Townhouse construction is back in Brooklyn! That is the focus of a New York Times story, which gave lots of details of the second townhouse project to go up in Williamsburg in recent years.
Six single-family, four-story townhouses are planned at the corner of Wythe Avenue and South 4th Street, an area that is seeing a ton of development lately — most of it large rental buildings. The Wythe Lane Townhouses, as they are known, will be less than 17 feet wide with 3,800 square feet of interior space. The developer is KUB Capital.
The first house will be priced “just shy of $4 million,” said the developer. Demo on an existing junk yard will begin soon and sales could start soon as well, possibly as early as this fall. Do you think there will be a ready market for town homes in south Williamsburg at this price?