On Monday, Brookland Capital filed a new building application for a seven-story apartment building on the site of this two-story brick townhouse. Plans at 807 Washington, located between Lincoln Place and Eastern Parkway, call for seven units spread across 10,381 square feet.
As with many Brookland developments, the architects are Issac and Stern. Under an LLC, Brookland Capital bought the 25-by-100-foot property on January 27 for $1,750,000, public records show (a thread on Brooklynian noted Brookland had purchased it). Demolition permits haven’t been filed for the townhouse, which was built around 1910, according to city records. GMAP