Saturday, September 6, 2014

Four Projects About to Get Underway on Same Brooklyn Block

It is no secret that Brooklyn has been changing dramatically, but now a wave of construction about to get underway on one street intends to change it even more. Four construction projects are preparing to break ground simultaneously along one stretch of Prospect Place between Washington and Underhill Avenues in Brooklyn Heights.

For a number of years, three of the four projects remained stalled; but soon things will be looking up, literally. The four developments which will soon get underway along the north side of Prospect Place, will add 68 new apartments to the block.

363-371 Prospect Place
New York Developers plans a four-story conversion of the former billiards factory, which will consist of 44 rental units and a two story addition atop the original building designed by S3 Architecture.  

The development site stretches through to St. Marks Avenue, creating space for a courtyard alongside the interior of the building.

375 Prospect Place

Located just off Washington Avenue will soon be a six-story, seven-unit building being developed by Tin Pan Partners.

Original plans to construct a four-story structure with a penthouse on the site had been stalled since 2008, and the development site was sold in 2012 for $1.2 million.

353 Prospect Place

This stalled project started back in 2005, and was hit with a Stop Work Order in 2008.

In 2013, Roy Raineri purchased the development site and hired NSC Architecture for the ten-unit, four-story project. 
The building will have with a rooftop deck, a mezzanine, a lower level and terraces for each unit  

357 Prospect Place

This development has been stalled due to a Stop Work Order for work without a permit.

 Over the past seven years the site has traded hands a few times, and the current owner, Brookland Capital, plans to build a five-story, seven-unit building on the site.

The project calls for a private terrace for the fifth floor penthouse apartment.

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