Dec. 7, 2018 By Laura Hanrahan
A seven-story luxury residential building is likely to soon rise in Williamsburg.
A developer filed plans with the Department of Buildings earlier today for a 100-unit building at 134 Hope St., of which 30 apartments would be affordable.
The new building, which will be operated by Long Island-based Heatherwood Luxury Rentals, would also have rooftop tenant amenities and a parking garage for 43 cars, according to the plans.
The 70,685 square foot development would be just two blocks away from the Lorimer L train and Metropolitan G train station.
The developer bought the property back in September of 2013 for $12.75 million, and filed to demolish the large warehouse previously at the site in 2017.
Heatherwood did not immediately respond to request for comment.
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