Landlord and developer Moshe Braver of Bushwick Realty Holdings is planning a 180-unit rental building at 338 Evergreen Avenue in Bushwick, as well as two smaller, adjacent projects. YIMBY got their hands on Braver's application for a permit, which was filed last week.
The 180 units at 338 Evergreen Avenue will be spread across 305,000 square feet, with 28 apartments on the basement level and the first floor and 31 units on the second through fifth floors.
Last year, Braver paid $15 million for two properties—871 Bushwick Avenue and the adjacent 889 Bushwick Avenue.
Braver plans to demolish 871 Bushwick Avenue, and in its place, construct a five-story building made up of community and residential space. This six-story building will have 113 apartments spread across 151,000 square feet, and it will also serve as the headquarters of Metro World Child, a Christian nonprofit.
The third project planned will be an expansion and renovation of the existing property at 889 Bushwick Avenue. The building will grow from four to six floors and will eventually hold 46 apartments.
Braver has attained a 421-a tax exemption on the project, meaning that 20 percent of the units will rent below market rate. The complex will also have 115 parking spaces, and Bryon Russell and Syndicate Architecture will be designing the complex.
· 180-Unit Apartment Building Planned At 338 Evergreen Avenue, Bushwick [YIMBY]
· Brooklyn landlord plans 180-unit resi building in Bushwick [TRD]