Hudson Companies planning 152-unit project for Cypress Hills

Building at 265 Logan Street would span about 280K sf

New York /
Sep.September 19, 2018 03:00 PM

Hudson Companies CEO David Kramer and 265 Logan Street in Brooklyn (Credit: Google Maps)

Hudson Companies has pre-filed plans for a 152-unit mixed-use building in Cypress Hills.

The building at 265 Logan Street will stand 12 stories tall and span about 280,000 square feet, split between roughly 271,000 square feet of residential space and 9,000 square feet of commercial space, according to the Department of Buildings.

Hudson Companies declined to comment on the project.

Phipps Houses is also working on a project in Cypress Hills—a section of East New York—with a 403-unit affordable housing development at 3301 Atlantic Avenue.

Other East New York projects include a 240-unit affordable rental building from Monadnock Development as part of the large Nehemiah Spring Creek project and a 235-unit building from Radson Development at 2858 Linden Boulevard.

Hudson is also working on projects at 1 Clinton Street in Brooklyn Heights, where they are planning to build 134 condominiums on the former site of the Brooklyn Heights Library, and in the South Bronx, where they are spearheading the massive La Central project with almost 1,000 new housing units.


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