This eight-story, 113-apartment building will rise on the site of a Clinton Hill Key Food, because the neighborhood's apartment-to-grocery-store ratio is not quite skewed enough already. YIMBY spotted the rendering for 325 Lafayette Avenue, which is being developed jointly by Slate Property Group and the site's current owner, Dan's Supreme Supermarkets. Slate announced earlier that it would bring a grocery store back to the site, but is now being noncommittal about what will occupy the building's 15,000-square-foot commercial space.
The apartment building between Classon Avenue and St. James Place is designed by Aufgang Architects, and will have 55 underground parking spots and a community space. As an 80/20 building, 57 apartments will be priced below market rate. Demolition permits for the Key Foods were filed last week: produce and Jello sale impending.
· Revealed: 325 Lafayette Avenue, Clinton Hill [YIMBY]
· City Approves Demolition of Popular Clinton Hill Grocery Store [DNAinfo]
· All 325 Lafayette Avenue coverage [Curbed]