A rendering has appeared at 10-64 Jackson Avenue and work has started.
Construction crews put up pipe scaffolding and a sidewalk shed, and demolition will begin soon on the future home of a seven-story mixed-use building. Completion is anticipated in summer 2021.
Permits were originally filed for the project back in 2015, and were spotted by New York YIMBY. Here are more details:1
New building applications were filed yesterday to erect a 21-unit mixed-use development on the property, which has an unusual curved corner. The first two floors will hold 10,000 square feet of offices and retail, followed by five stories of apartments. Its 21 units will be divided across 16,021 square feet of residential space, for an average apartment of just 762 square feet, meaning rentals are likely.