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6-Story Residential Building Planned For Graham Avenue in Williamsburg

365 Graham Ave. (Google Maps)

April 4, 2018 By Nathaly Pesantez

Plans have been filed for a six-story residential building in Williamsburg, one block away from the Graham Avenue L train station.

The new building would rise to a height of 70 feet at 365 Graham Avenue, the site of a three-story residential building.

The new plans call for 10 units throughout the building, with one on the first floor, two on floors two through five, and one on the top floor. The combined square footage for the residential portion of the development would be just over 6,800 square feet.

The building will also see some ground-floor commercial use, with 385 square feet allotted to the proposed site.

The new building includes a terrace at the roof, with an upper terrace accessible to the sixth floor apartment.

The site’s owner is listed as Artem Grushetskiy, who purchased the property in 2016 for $2.9 million. The building’s architect is Dmitriy Shenker, of the Brooklyn-based Shenker Architects.

Grushetskiy did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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