BREAKING: 434 Units Announced for Former Brig Site

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    After months of speculation, HPD finally announced plans for the former Navy Brig site on Flushing between Clermont and Vanderbilt. (Our spidey sense must have been tingling when we shot the photo above a couple of weeks ago.) A group called the Navy Green Joint Venture — a partnership between Dunn Development Corporation and L&M Equity Participants, Ltd. that brings the architectural chops of FXFowle Architects, Curtis + Ginsberg Architects LLP and Architecture in Formation together — was awarded the mixed use project. Almost 80 percent of the development’s 434 units (roughly half co-op and half rental apartments) will be affordable housing for families making between $21,250-$92,170; in addition, there will be open space, commercial tenants and a visual arts and day care center.
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    City Announces New Mixed-Income Development ast Brig Site [NYC.gov]

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