The first renderings for New York real estate developer Yoel Goldman’s new luxury high rise apartment building designed by Eran Chen’s ODA Architecture, in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, have been revealed in New York Yimby.
Goldman’s Brooklyn CG will construct the eight story, 1800, 000 square foot building at 608 Franklin Avenue. It will run a full block between Bergen and Dean Streets. There is already 19, 000 square feet of retail space located around the site on Franklin Avenue.
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As Yimby described it, “ODA’s signature strongly gridded, clean façade, and boxy protrusions are 608 Franklin’s most notable feature, expressed here through setbacks to form balconies”.
There will be a total of 82, 000 square feet of residential space encompassing 120 studio and two bedroom luxury apartments. 20% of the units will be set aside for affordable housing under New York City’s 80/20 plan which gives tax incentives to developers who reserve at least 20% of the space in new buildings for below market rents.
The site was acquired by Brooklyn GC for $17.5 million from Crow Hill Development.