At Community Board 4’s Land Use Committee meeting Tuesday night, City Planning introduced a draft of the Bushwick rezoning plan.
A proposal for developing the site of the landmarked Empire State Dairy in East New York with more than 330 affordable apartments did not pass muster with the Landmarks Preservation Commission Tuesday morning.
A nonprofit affordable housing developer is proposing major changes to the recently landmarked Empire State Dairy complex in East New York.
There are two studios, two one-bedroom units and five two-bedroom units available.
During a recent visit, the building was still circled by a construction fence and work had yet to be done on the facade.
Of the affordable apartments, there are 70 studios, 27 one-bedroom units and 24 two-bedroom units.
Located on the sixth floor, the apartment has three polygonal shaped rooms with original wood floors, moldings and doors.
The building, on the Bed Stuy-Bushwick border, will eventually have 93 residential units, 19 of which will be affordable.
Of the affordable apartments, there are three one-bedroom apartments and three two-bedrooms available.
The factory was a Bed Stuy icon for years and is now a seven-building luxury condo development whose prices will be in the millions.