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Hakimian Property ramps up plans for East Village development

Mixed-use project calls for 45 residential units, 4,550 square feet of commercial space
March 21, 2014 12:50PM

A representative of Hakimian Property has filed plans to build a mixed-use structure on the site of a Mobile gas station in the East Village, which the development firm picked up for $7 million a few years back, according to public records.

The nine-story building will be designed by Rotwein & Blake Associated Architects, according to plans filed by Advance Realty.

The nearly 6,000-square-foot lot at 350 East Houston Street, located where the thoroughfare splits off into East Second Street near Avenue C, will soon be home to 45 residential units and 4,550 square feet of commercial space, New York Yimby reported.

Zoning allows for 43,000 square feet of residential development on the parcel, as previously reported. Hakimian purchased the property in an off-market deal brokers by HPNY’s Alex Horn in 2012. [New York Yimby]Angela Hunt