A group of Chinese-American investors spent $8.48 million last year on five lots near the base of the Williamsburg Bridge. They had big plans to replace T&J Auto Repairs and the neighboring lots with a 12-story condo building, and those plans are still happening, according to a DOB permit just issued for some work at the site. The proposed building is still 12 stories, containing 69 apartments and an 8,352-square-foot community facility. Amenities listed will apparently include an exercise room, recreation space, and 11 parking spots, the whole thing designed by the shady Michael Kang. There are no renders on Kang's website, so if anyone knows what this thing will look like, drop us a line. Last fall's original estimate called for completion of the project in two or three years.
· Work Permit Data: 210 Delancey [DOB]
· Chinese Investors Make Moves on LES Via Delancey and Pitt Condos [Curbed]