Investors file plans for 29K sf mixed-use building in Manhattan Beach

Mesivta and Yeshiva Geloda, on July 2, filed a permit application for construction of a 29,683-square-foot mixed-use building with 19-units at 59 West End Avenue in Manhattan Beach, Brooklyn.

The plans call for the construction of a 75-foot tall, seven-story, building.

The project is described in the filings as: new seven-story mixed-use building as per drawings filed herewith.

The cellar of the building will have a residential lobby, community facility lobby, and community facility space, per the plans filed. The ground floor will be used for additional community facility space, while the second floor will be used for a student auditorium and one dwelling unit. Floors three through six will each have four units and the seventh floor will have three units. The roof will provide 1,200 square feet of recreation space. The building will have 38 enclosed parking spaces.

The dwelling units will most likely be rentals based on the average unit size of 667 square feet.

The plans do not indicate if the building will be for elementary or middle school levels.

Architectural Concept Inc. is listed as the architect.

Demolition plans have not yet been filed.

Direct link to DOB document. LINK

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