A parking lot at the corner of Tillary and Gold Streets in Downtown Brooklyn is set to sprout a 13-story residential building, The Real Deal reports. Plans filed with the city’s Department of Buildings reveal that the building will have a total of 286 apartments that will be spread out over 191,000 square feet of space.
The developer is listed as Solom Feder, and Charles Mallea Architect is listed as the applicant of record on the project. The developer reportedly purchased the site in October last year, according to TRD, but the deal has yet to go public, so we don’t yet know how much the land sold for.
Aside from the residences, the project will also have parking for 115 cars, a bike room with space for 143 bicycles, and over 4,000 square feet of recreational area, though the specifics on that aren’t clear just yet. 260 Gold Street (the official address for the residential development) will now join a growing list of ongoing residential developments in Downtown Brooklyn.