Brooklyn's new townhouse boom ain't over yet. Plans for four new townhouses on Lexington Avenue in Clinton Hill have been filed with the Department of Buildings over the past few days, New York YIMBY reports. If approved, the townhouses will rise at 38-44 Lexington Avenue between Grand and Classon avenues on a site currently occupied by a two-story warehouse.
The filings are the work of developer Charles McInnis, VP of Kennelly Development Co., the erstwhile owners of Midtown's once-troubled condo Halcyon. McInnis has tapped Brooklyn-based firm Bricolage to design the townhouses. According to the filings, the townhouses will each have three apartments—two floor-through apartments topped by a duplex penthouse.