Solomon Feder files plans for a 171-unit residential building in Midwood

Solomon Feder, on July 6, filed a permit application for construction of a 171-unit, 130,855-square-foot residential building at 1640 Flatbush Avenue in Midwood, Brooklyn. The property is also referred to as 1636 Flatbush Avenue.

The plans call for the construction of a 145-foot tall, 13-story, residential building.

The project is described in the filings as: multi-story, mixed-use building.

The cellar and ground floor of the building will both have retail space, according to the plans. Additionally, the ground floor will have a residential lobby, mail and package room, and parking ramp. The second floor will provide attendant parking for 48 cars as well as a compactor room. The third floor will have 16 dwelling units, floors four through eight will each have 18 dwelling units, the ninth floor will have 16 dwelling units, floors 10 through 12 will each have 14 dwelling units, and the 13th floor will have seven dwelling units. The 13th floor will also have a co-working space, fitness room, and lounge. The roof will add additional recreation space.

In total, the building will provide 117,051-square-feet of residential space and 13,804-square-feet of commercial space. The dwelling units will most likely be rentals based on the average unit size of 684 square feet.

Demolition plans were filed on February 18, 2020 for the gas station on the site.

J Frankl Architects is listed as the architect on the application.

Moinian Group through the entity 1640 Flatbush Oz Owner LLC paid SL Green Realty’s 1640 Flatbush Owner LLC $16.2 million for the property on December 30, 2019. The deal was recorded on January 8, 2020.

Feder filed using Moinian’s LLC, however it is unclear exactly what his involvement is.

The pair have worked together in the past, such as when Moinian lent Feder $160 million and provided $20 million in equity for Feder’s development at 123 Linden Boulevard.

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