A notable early 20th century building with whimsical and colorful terra-cotta in Downtown Brooklyn is not long for this world, and architect Fogarty Finger has released renderings of the glass tower that will take its place.
A brick apartment building with a fresh design will replace a church parking lot on Grand Avenue and Fulton Street in Clinton Hill, a new rendering posted on the construction fence shows.
A whimsical, early 20th century low-scale holdout may soon disappear from the increasingly tower-filled skyline of Downtown Brooklyn.
Ladies and gentleman, here is the new build slated for 41-07 Crescent Street, the now-empty lot on the corner of 41st Avenue in Long Island City. New York YIMBY snagged the rendering, which was designed by the architect Fogarty Finger. (Also the architect behind popular LIC development Five 27.) The developer is Ranger Properties.
DOB permits indicate this will be a nine-story, 50-unit development with 3,556 square feet of commercial space. YIMBY says that the penthouse unit will span the entirety of the ninth floor. The DOB just issued new building permits at the site in April; construction is expected to last until 2015.
The Department of Buildings recently issued a new building permit at 41-07 Crescent Street, on the corner of 41st Avenue. That means construction is coming soon to the empty lot, where a nine-story, 50-unit development is to come. It’ll have a total of 32,462 square feet of residential space and 3,556 square feet of commercial space. The architect is Fogarty Finger, also behind the design of LIC development Five 27. Demolition for the two-story building previously here started up in November and wrapped in January. No construction timeline to report just yet.
In November, demolition was underway for the two-story building on the corner of Crescent Street and 41st Avenue. Now, the site is totally cleared and ready for development — you can see a photo behind the construction fence after the jump. What’s to come? A nine-story, 50-unit development with 32,462 square feet of residential space and 3,556 square feet of commercial space. The architects of Five27, Fogarty Finger, are behind its design. Unfortunately we don’t have our hands on a rendering or a construction timeline yet, but stay tuned…
Last week construction workers were dismantling the two-story building at 41-07 Crescent Street, on the corner of 41st Avenue. What’s to come in its place? According to Department of Buildings documents, a nine-story, 50-unit development. It’ll have 32,462 square feet of residential space and 3,556 square feet of commercial space. The architect of record is Fogarty Finger, a Manhattan firm. They designed Five27, a swanky condo building also in the neighborhood. The architecture firm reports that they have no design or development details to share at this time but will be in touch when they do… GMAP