David Weisz files plans for 44-unit mixed-use building in Kensington

David Weisz, on May 26, filed a permit application for construction of a 44-unit, 45,334-square-foot mixed-use building at 2177 60th Street in Kensington, Brooklyn.

The plans call for the construction of a 83-foot tall, eight-story mixed-use building, and were filed with the New York City Department of Buildings under number B00517601. The development site spans one tax lot.

The project is described in the filing as: eight-story and cellar mixed-use building – total of 44 dwelling units.

Per the plans, the ground floor of the building will have retail space and residential and community facility lobbies. The second floor will have a health care facility and two dwelling units. Floors three and four will each have nine dwelling units, while floors five through eight will each have six dwelling units per floor. The cellar will have parking for 25 cars.

S. Wieder Architect PC is listed as the architect.

The property was acquired for $950,000 on February 3, 2017.

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