Surveying Bushwick Brooklyn and Ridgewood Queens (and beyond)

Real Estate Round-Up


On the Market

  • What does it take to buy a small house (shown above) on an industrial block near the Jefferson L train?  Try $700k.  (Corcoran)
  • Do you earn less than $70k (or $80k if you’re married) but have $125k sitting in the bank?  If so this 2-bedroom apartment in an “affordable co-op” may be for you.  (Street Easy / Realty Collective)

New Buildings

  • Plans have been filed with the city for a new 5-story, 12-unit building at 803 Flushing Avenue (at Humboldt).
  • Developers are proposing to rezone an industrial site at 176 Woodward (at Troutman) and construct 88 apartments.  The 90,000 square foot building would be located just five blocks from the Jefferson L stop, but have 120 parking spaces.

Renovations & Alterations

  • The owner of 61-47 Linden Street (near Traffic Ave) has filed to convert the building from a two-family to a three-family residence.
  • Brownstoner reports that St. Mark’s Evangelical Lutheran Church at 626-628 Bushwick Avenue will be converted to apartments.
  • The new owner of 400 Stanhope Street (between Cypress & St. Nicholas) has filed to add a fourth floor to the building and convert it from three to six apartments.
  • Neighborhood Restore HDFC has filed to gut renovate three buildings at 1116 Willoughby Ave (between Wilson & Knickerbocker), 195 Stockholm Street (also between Wilson & Knickerbocker), and 1351 Greene Ave (between Knickerbocker & Irving).
  • Brooklyn Queens Family Respite - a subsidiary of Ridgewood Bushwick Senior Citizens Council - has filed to gut renovate two buildings at 279 and 299 Wyckoff Avenue (near Grove).
  • The School Construction Authority has filed to renovate the auditorium of PS 151.
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