Monadnock, HPD file for another building in East New York complex

The 80 units are part of a 21-building development

TRD New York /
Sep.September 12, 2017 05:11 PM

The city and Monadnock Development are planning a 80-unit rental building in East New York, which would be part of a major affordable housing complex.

The building at 516 Schroeders Avenue would span a total of 73,863 square feet, according to a permit filed with the Department of Buildings Tuesday. There would be 66,660 square feet of residential space, 4,615 square feet of commercial space and 2,587 square feet for a community facility.

The units are part of Monadnock and the New York City Department of Housing Preservation’s plans for a 21-building, 240-unit affordable housing complex. The project would feature 20 four-story apartment buildings and one 11-story apartment building across nearly 222,000 square feet.

Representatives for HPD and Monadnock could not be immediately reached for comment. HPD filed plans with the DOB for 12 of the buildings in August.

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