Construction is underway for a set of two-family townhouses at the northwest corner of Grand Street and Marcy Avenue in Williamsburg. The eyesore of a vacant lot at 50 Marcy Avenue and 349-353 Grand Street will give way to four identical rowhouses designed by KMP Design and Engineering with Patoma Partners as the developers. According to the building permits, each townhouse will have approximately 9,500 square feet of residential space and 5,500 square feet of commercial space. The ground floors will feature offices and retail and the collective eight apartments are planned to have four bedrooms each.
Coming off the news that Brooklyn is the most unaffordable market in America, we can only hope the units won’t be too pricey, especially considering the site is adjacent to the BQE.
Find future listings for the townhouses at 351 Grand Street at CityRealty.
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Renderings and photo courtesy of studio ESNAL
Neighborhoods : Williamsburg