The increasingly popular Nataliya Donskoy of ND Architecture is designing two four-story buildings at 127-131 South 1st Street in Williamsburg.
Permits were filed late last week for a pair of two-family buildings, rising 50 feet tall. Located between Berry Street and Bedford Avenue, each building will have an apartment on the first floor and a triplex on the second through fourth floors, according to the Schedule A filing.
The site is currently occupied by an industrial building. No demolition permits have been filed yet.
The property at 131 South 1st Street traded to South 1st Street Townhouses LLC in April for $3.75 million, according to public records. The firms H Holding Group and Investmates are listed on the permits.
Donskoy has been leaving her stamp all over the ‘burg; she’s the architect of record for 170 South 1st Street, just down the road. The Iconic Group is developing that mixed-use, seven-apartment project, which will have 4,130 square feet of warehouse space and ground-floor retail, 11,618 square feet of residential space and 435 square feet of community facility space, YIMBY reported. Donskoy is also behind woodsy rental 146 South 4th Street by Rabsky Group, which started leasing in December, and in-progress warehouse conversion 60 Berry Street.