Located between Washington and Classon avenues, the planned development will consist of 62 studio, one- and two-bedroom units, according to Adam America’s site. Amenities will include a virtual doorman, gym, roof deck and private storage.
The most recent Department of Buildings filing for the project was on July 8th.
The 19,650-square-foot site was stalled during the housing crash and sold for $6.8 million in 2012, Crain’s reported. The lot came with a 421a tax abatement and approved plans for a 35-unit residential project up to 43,230 square feet.
Rendering: Adam America