CROWN HEIGHTS – The proposed Bedford-Union Armory Crown Heights redevelopment project had begun last November. Though permits filed four months ago for a fifteen-story building are still pending approval, New York Yimby reports that new renderings have been revealed for the residential portion of the project. As planned, Marvel Architects is responsible for the design.
The 79-foot-tall, 101,800 square-foot structure will have 82,000 square feet dedicated to residential use in the form of 60 Apartments–the size suggests condos–at an average of 1,700 square feet each. A medical facility will occupy the ground floor.
The additional larger 180-foot-tall building will contain 336,100 square feet set aside for residential use in the form of 330 apartments will be produced, most of which will be rentals.
A 201-car garage is also planned for the site. 250 the 390 newly-created apartments are expected to be set aside for tenants making 60 percent of the area median income.