Oct. 18, 2017 By Nathaly Pesantez
New building permits have been filed for 85 Calyer Street, the current site of a single three-story residential building set to be demolished, where the developer is hoping to bring two townhouses to the lot.
Daniel Kaykov, the developer behind the site, said his firm—the Renovation Group—is planning on building two three-story single family townhouses at the site. The two townhouses would each rise to a height of 49 feet, and would tally 3,585 square feet each. The Brooklyn-based Design Studio Associates is the architecture firm behind the proposed townhouses.
Kaykov added that the townhouses would have an estimated value of $4 million each.
The new building permits filed on Oct. 17 come after demolition permits were approved for the site, one for the main and current three-story building and another for a one-story rear extension on the property. Kaykov said that construction will begin as soon as the new building application is approved, with a goal for the townhouses to be completed in a year.
it doesnt matter who lived their builder or president their r tenunts who have rights wheather to leave or not thats the law
85 Calyer is of major historical significance. Thomas Fitch Rowland lived there, builder of the USS Monitor. https://greenpointers.com/2017/04/19/history-greenpoint-25-buildings-85-calyer-street/
what about the tenuts did they get a share of anything cause they dont haveto leave if they dont want to
what wasvthe tenuts buyout they dont haveto move
Are tenuts like tenants that are totally nuts?
Also “have to” is two words.