Brooklyn landlord Moshe Braver just filed plans for his latest Bushwick project.
Braver is looking to build a five-story, nearly-59,000-square-foot mixed-use building at 405 Evergreen Avenue, according to permits filed with the Department of Buildings Tuesday.
The building will house 68 residential units, fourteen on the first through fourth floors and twelve more on the fifth floor. A 11,300-square-foot community facility is slated for the ground and second floors.
Karl Fischer is the architect of record.
Braver confirmed in a phone interview that he was the owner of the site, but declined to give the closing date and price. The previous owner was the Metro Innercity Childrens Campaign, who couldn’t be immediately reached for comment. A parking lot occupies the site today.
Braver filed plans in August for a 180-unit residential building at 338 Evergreen Avenue.