Nonprofit Fifth Avenue Committee permitted for 76-unit mixed-use building in Sunset Park

The nonprofit Fifth Avenue Committee, on October, 28, was given a permit for construction of a 76-unit, 58,764-square-foot mixed-use building at 6309 4th Avenue in Sunset Park, Brooklyn.

The plans, pre-filed on August 30, 2017, call for the construction of a 90-foot tall, nine-story mixed-use building.

The project is described in the filings as: erect nine-story new building.

Per the plans, the cellar will have school space and senior activity room. The ground floor will have additional school space, a residential lobby, and lounge. The second floor will have an office, community room, terrace, and 10 dwelling units. Floors three and four will each have 12 dwelling units, floors five and six will each have 11 dwelling units, floors seven and eight will each have eight dwelling units, and the ninth floor will have four dwelling units, an office, and a lounge.

Magnusson Architecture and Planning is listed as the architect.

The two-story church that previously occupied the development site was demolished earlier this month.

Earlier this month the nonprofit was issued a temporary certificate of occupancy following construction of a 159-unit, 131,875-square-foot residential building at 161-11 132nd Avenue in Springfield Gardens, Queens.

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