RFR files plans for 375-unit mixed-use building in Gowanus

RFR Holding, on March 1, filed a permit application for construction of a 375-unit, 647,354-square-foot mixed-use building at 175 3rd Street in Gowanus, Brooklyn. Thomas Lavin, executive VP of portfolio and asset management at the firm, filed the plans. RFR was founded by Aby Rosen and Michael Fuchs.

Per the filing, the job has an estimated cost of $70,452,976.

The plans are one of 34 new building plans filed in Gowanus in the previous 12 months. Of the 34 plans, these plans called for the construction of the second most dwelling units in the neighborhood.

The plans call for the construction of a 265-foot-tall, 22-story building and were filed with the New York City Department of Buildings under job number B00680917. The development site spans three tax lots.

The project is described in the filing as: proposed 20-story mixed-use building as shown on plans.

According to the plans, the ground floor of the building will have four retail spaces, two residential lobbies, an office lobby, and a parking garage. The second floor will have additional parking. The third floor will have offices and 38 dwelling units. Floors four and five will each have 38 dwelling units. The sixth floor will have 29 dwelling units. The seventh floor will have lounges, an exercise room, and a terrace. The eighth floor will have 47 dwelling units, floors nine through 12 will each hav 38 dwelling units, while floors 13 through 20 will each have 10 dwelling units per floor. The 13th floor will have a terrace.

The architect listed is B.I.G. Architecture D.P.C.

The property was acquired with three other properties for $115 million on April 18, 2018.

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