Permits for architect Morris Adjami’s planned condominium development at 138 North 10th Street in the Williamsburg neighborhood have been approved, New York Yimby reported.
The firm has designed a new 69 foot tall seven story building with a total of 15, 000 square feet of space and ten apartments. The first through fourth floors will hold two apartments each and the owners of the units will get parking spaces on the ground floor. The top two floors will be split into two duplex penthouses. There will also be rooftop terrace.
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The project covers three lots that total 56 feet of frontage along 10th Street. Currently there are three old one story commercial buildings located there.
According to Yimby the developers, Eastern Capital Group, with Michael Shamah and Eli Hamway listed as principals, acquired the site a year ago for $1.5 million and construction is expected to begin in 6 months.
Morris Adjmi Architects is a New York City-based architecture firm established in 1997.