Williamsburg’s Wythe Avenue gets six new townhouses

TRD New York /
Jan.January 16, 2014 08:49 AM

A set of six new construction townhouses is coming to Williamsburg’s Wythe Avenue. The 16,492-square-foot single-family homes, at 51 South 4th Street, will each be four stories tall and will replace a scrap metal center currently at the site, according to Department of Buildings records.

The townhouses will rise near Havemeyer Park and will be a block away from the Williamsburg, a posh rental building at 373 Wythe Avenue. Each townhouse will sport a roof deck, according to the plan exam application filed Tuesday and spotted by BuzzBuzzHome. A + H Architecture is the architect of record, according to the application.

The owners of the property – city records spotted by the website indicate that it is at least partly owned by a G&G Salvage Corporation – filed a demolition permit for the current one-story metal center on January 6. [BuzzBuzzHome]  – Hiten Samtani


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