Yisroel Greenfeld files plans for 30-unit mixed-use building in Park Slope

Yisroel Greenfeld, on June 11, filed a permit application for construction of a 30-unit, 20,943-square-foot mixed-use building at 65 4th Avenue in Park Slope.

The plans call for the construction of a 100-foot tall, 10-story, mixed-use building.

The project is described in the filings as: proposed 10 story and cellar mixed-use building.

The ground floor will be split between a recreation area and retail space, according to the plans. Floors two through four will each have four units, while floors 5 through 10 will each have three units. The units will most likely be rentals with an average size per apartment of 655 square feet.

Demolition plans were filed on March 6 for the four story building which is occupying the property.

Mohamed Mabrouk of MHM Engineering PC is listed as the architect.

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