School files plans for 32K sf community building in Kensington

Ephraim Sherman, on June 11, filed a permit application for construction of a 32,356-square-foot school and community facility building at 4310 10th Avenue in Kensington. Sherman is identified as president the private school Bais Brocho D’Karlin Stolin, which is an owner of the parcel.

The plans call for the construction of a 72-foot tall, 5-story, building.

The project is described in the filings as: proposed five-story community facility building filed as a single zoning lot with lot #36.

The cellar of the proposed building will have offices, a play area, classroom, utility room, and storage use, according to the plans. The ground floor will have classrooms, offices, a conference room, and play area. The second floor will have a kitchen and lunchroom, the third and fourth floors will have classrooms and offices as well as a computer room. The fifth floor will have an assembly room with an occupancy of 117 individuals, offices, a library, and storage space. The building will also have parking spaces for 14 vehicles.

Walter J. Hollien is listed as the architect.

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