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The city is shelving plans to rezone the Brooklyn neighborhood.
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The property has a huge patio
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Under the plan, certain buildings could rise up to 16 stories while others would be capped at only 3 stories
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New York City is expected to receive 31,000 new housing units by 2020 and most of it will be outside of Manhattan.
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The building will also also offer some affordable units.
The affordable units are a mix of studios through three-bedrooms.
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The three-bedroom abode is one of just five units within a boutique building.
The contested project has received the green light to move forward as planned.
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The private roof deck here measure 670 square feet.
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There are 100 affordable studios, one-, and two-bedrooms up for grabs.
The peculiar building will offer 32 apartments with private terraces.
The apartments will be a mix of studios, one-, and two-bedrooms.
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