The Real Deal New York

Fresh residential building rising in Bed-Stuy

However, the six-story building recently received a partial stop work order
April 27, 2014 04:00PM

 Yet another new high-end residential building is coming to Bed-Stuy. 

Excavation has already started at the site, located at 244 Franklin Avenue near Dekalb Avenue. Plans call for a six-story, 12-unit residential building of 9,750 square feet, according to permits uncovered by Brownstoner.

The developer is the Israel-based firm, Urban View, and the architect of record is Olabanji Awosika. However, the project may have already run into trouble, having received a partial stop work order.

According to Brownstoner, the property sold for $375,000 to 244 Franklin Development Corp. in 2012. [Brownstoner] Christopher Cameron

  • no-permits

    if it turns out anything like the rendering, it will fit in well with the other ugly new construction buildings on that block.

    • WannaBeLandlord

      You always have good wit in your comments Woody.

  • jon

    Why would anyone live in this crime ridden neighborhood…just tell me why???
    It is an unsafe and a scary hood to live in with no supermarkets etc.
    UGH say goodbuy to BEDSTUY!!!