.5 million, and the company plans to build a mixed-use project spanning about 300,000 square feet. The portion of the project filed last month will span about 120,000 square feet with 132 condos across three stories. Overall, the project will include 150 market-rate condos, affordable rental units, senior housing and a school, and construction should start next year. The senior housing and school components should take up 60,000 square feet, and 15 percent of the residential units will be affordable.
8) 378 Flushing Avenue, Brooklyn
Riverside Developers USA filed a smaller version of their plans for a Bedford-Stuyvesant development last month, roughly two years after the local community board turned down their rezoning proposal for the site. The company now hopes to construct a seven-story, 78-unit residential building spanning about 111,000 square feet. They had previously hoped to build a 176,700-square-foot project on the site.
9) 445 Grand Avenue, Brooklyn
Developer Sheldon Stein of Ranger Properties is planning to build a 112-unit mixed-use building at this Clinton Hill address. The nine-story project will span about 108,000 square feet, split between about 80,000 square feet of residential space, 7,000 square feet of commercial space and 21,000 square feet of community space. It will replace an empty lot and feature amenities including a rooftop pool and exercise rooms.
10) 153-19 Jamaica Avenue, Queens
A joint venture between BFC Partners and the NYC Partnership Housing Development Fund is planning this 139-unit project in Downtown Jamaica. The project will stand 21 stories tall and span about 104,000 square feet, split between 99,000 square feet of residential space and 5,000 square feet of commercial space. Amenities will include a laundry room, a gym and a tenant lounge, and the building will also feature ground floor retail. The project would stand 222 feet tall and replace a two-story retail property.
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