Oct. 9, 2019. By Shane O’Brien
Plans have been filed for a six-story residential building on Meeker Avenue in Greenpoint.
The plans, filed with the Department of Buildings Oct. 7, call for the construction of 33 units at 411 Meeker Ave.
The proposed building will yield 22,270 square feet.
The development will replace a 3-story building. A demolition permit was filed July 11, 2018.
The building will be 70 feet tall and will have a cellar, 17 enclosed parking spaces and 15 bicycle parking spaces.
Yisroel Greenfeld of 411-417 Meeker LLC is listed as the developer.
The ground floor will consist of five units and bicycle parking facilities, while the second floor will house the 17 parking spaces.
Both the third and fourth floor of the proposed development will hold eight dwelling units, while the fifth floor will hold seven units and a laundry room.
The top floor will hold five units and the roof will provide 440 square feet of recreational space.
The cellar will also house 300 square feet of recreational space and a utility room.
No estimated completion date has been provided for the development.
Six stories, 33 units and I bet completely unaffordable. More housing for people who don’t need it, which from the photo is not what it’s replacing.