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Crown Heights project adds a second building

One-time church property set to be converted into condos or rentals

February 14, 2014 11:32AM

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991 Eastern Parkway

Brooklyn developer Brookland Capital has expanded the site of its Crown Heights residential conversion project to allow for a second building.

The now block-through development at 991 Eastern Parkway, formerly church property, would hold 27 units total – either rentals or condominiums. Boaz Gilad of Brookland filed permits in November to expand the church structure from three stories to six stories, with 17 units. Issac & Stern Architects is designing the buildings, which will also have frontage on Lincoln Place.

Brookland has also been busy in Bedford-Stuyvesant, recently acquiring a site to build an eight-story residential property, as previously reported. [BuzzBuzzHome]Mark Maurer

One Response to “Crown Heights project adds a second building”

  1. February 14, 2014 at 12:50 pm, Guest said:

    This site, prior to it being owned by the Church, was the home, for many years, of the Yeshiva of Eastern Parkway.

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