Developer Rabsky Group filed for a new-building permit for the third building on the enormous Rheingold brewery site in Bushwick Thursday. The building at 115 Stanwix Street will be eight stories tall, with 130 apartments and stores on the ground floor. The architect is Nataliya Donskoy of ND Architecture & Design.
The apartments will be spread over 87,588 square feet of space, or about an average of 673 square feet per apartment, suggesting rentals. The building is located on a corner along Flushing Avenue, a busy commercial street that is one of Bushwick’s main thoroughfares. In addition to 3,298 square feet of stores, there will also be parking for bikes and 65 cars on the ground floor.
The second, seventh and eighth floors will have an “open roof,” according to the Schedule A.
Rabsky is assembling quite a sampler of popular Brooklyn architects to design the complex: Over at 10 Montieth Street, ODA is designing a 398-unit, seven-story building. ODA is known for designs that play with constructions and deconstructions of boxes; Donskoy, a former protege of Robert Scarano, does a lot of work in Williamsburg, some of it creative and unusual given what appear to be the usual budget constraints.
S9 Architecture is designing the first building in the complex to file, 123 Melrose. Read Property Group is the developer.
The Real Deal was the first to write about the filing.
Dushinsky’s Rabsky Group Applies for Third Building at Rheingold Site [TRD]
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