FSA Capital, on July 21, submitted a condominium plan for 20 residential units and four commercial units at 1807 66th Street in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn. The development is known as The Bensonhurst Condominium.
The condo plan, CD220154, does not have a sellout price listed with the New York State Attorney General. Brian Pun, the founder of the firm, is listed as the principal.
In February of last year, the developer filed plans for the construction of a 70-foot tall, seven-story, 20,108-square-foot mixed-use building with 20 dwelling units at the site.
Below are zoning diagrams of the development.
Per the plans, the ground floor of the building will have a residential lobby. The second floor will have a healthcare center. The third floor will have four dwelling units, floors four and five will each have five dwelling units, the sixth floor will have four dwelling units, and the seventh floor will have two dwelling units and recreation spaces. The cellar and sub-cellars of the building will have multiple healthcare spaces and parking space.
Parcel acquired for $6,020,000 in 2017.