The under-construction building will include underground parking, an indoor/outdoor fitness area, a children’s room and retail on the ground floor.
Tonight, Community Board Five will hold a public hearing in regards to a proposal to rezone the property between Woodward, Starr, Onderdonk and Flushing from industrial to residential/commercial use. This is the site for the proposed luxury rental at 176 Woodward Avenue designed by the architect Ariel Aufgang. It’ll have 88 units, 120 parking spots and ground floor retail. The developers hope to begin construction this year. Wyckoff Heights reports that “the Driscoll Group has been retained to lobby city council members in support of the rezoning effort.”
If you’re interested in attending, the hearing will be held tonight, 7:30 pm, at the Christ the King Regional High School cafeteria in Middle Village, 68-02 Metropolitan Avenue.
We’re a little late to this news, but last week the architect Ariel Aufgang announced two upscale projects for Ridgewood and Bushwick. Rendered above, the 88-unit rental development planned for 176 Woodward Avenue, on the corner of Starr Street. Crain’s reports that the developer is seeking permits from the city to convert the parcel from manufacturing to residential use. The development will rise four stories and could possibly include a rooftop dog walk, a gym, garage and ground-floor retail. The architect said the design is to supposed to look like an assemblage of smaller properties — how do you like the looks of it? Construction should begin this year.
Meanwhile, the two-story, 75,600 square foot warehouse at 10-19 Irving Avenue, on the corner of Covert Street, just sold for $8,100,000. According to the NY Real Estate Journal, the purchaser plans to renovate the space into a production studio. The renovation calls for plans to reopen the 288 foot wall of windows which has been blocked for over two decades by a previous owner.