Williamsburg’s once and future techie work paradise at 19 Kent Avenue is going to be huge.
The development by Heritage Equities will rise nine stories and measure 384,000 square feet, according to a plan exam application filed November 7th. The project will be Brooklyn’s first spec office building since pre-World War II, according to Brownstoner.
Midtown-based Heritage purchased the whole city block between Kent and Wythe avenues and 12th and 13th streets, The Real Deal reported.
The commercial and community facility building, aimed at creative and tech companies, will have parking for 120 cars and ground-floor retail. Offices will start on the third floor.
The property is being marketed by aptsandlofts.com’s Chris Havens, with renderings due to land early next year, Brownstoner reported.