Lonicera files plans for 160-unit apartment complex in DoBro

The firm is looking to build a 23-story, 116K sf property at 308 Livingston Street

TRD NEW YORK /
Oct.October 18, 2018 02:10 PM

Demetrios Yatrakis and 308 Livingston Street (Credit SCO Family of Services and Google Maps)

Lonicera Partners is looking to build a 160-unit apartment complex in Downtown Brooklyn.

The firm, headed by Demetrios Yatrakis, filed permits for a 23-story mixed-use property at 308 Livingston Street, just a few blocks away from the Brooklyn Academy of Music. Plans call for a 115,790-square-foot building with 109,331 square feet of residential space and 6,459 square of commercial space.

Planned amenities for the building include bicycle storage, a fitness center, a tenant amenity room and a rooftop deck. If approved as proposed, the structure would be 235 feet tall. The project would be built less than a block away from TF Cornestone’s newly-completed 714-unit residential tower at 33 Bond Street.

The planned structure will replace a three-story terra cotta structure built in 1910. The retail spaces in the property is currently occupied by wig shop Hair Heaven and hair salon Le Touch Unisex.

It’s unclear when Lonicera acquired the property. The last time the property changed hands was in 2002, when it was transferred to Amrik S. Hira.

Lonicera’s portfolio is composed of properties in Downtown Brooklyn, Cobble Hill, Brooklyn Heights and Boerum Hill. Its holdings include 178 Court Street, 173 Amity Street, 181-183 Pacific Street and 157 Remsen Street, according to its website. Last August, the firm, along with partner Orange Management filed permits for a 55-unit residential project at 68-70 Schermerhorn Street in Brooklyn Heights. The firm did not return requests for comment.


Related Articles

arrow_forward_ios
133-25 37th Avenue in Flushing

Developer Gary Tsan buys Flushing property for $60M

2790 West 5th Street in Coney Island (Credit: Google Maps)

Brooklyn man arrested for claiming to help victims buy Mitchell-Lama apartments

185 S. Fourth St. and Largo co-founder Nicholas Werner (Credit: Google Maps)

Largo buys another Williamsburg rental building for $32M

Brookfield's Ric Clark and Two Hanson Place in Brooklyn (Credit: Google Maps, iStock)

Brookfield signs energy company to big lease in DoBro

South Carolina town puts moratorium on development (Credit: iStock)

The high cost of low taxes: South Carolina town bans all development for 16 months

Hiram Monserrate (Credit: Getty Images, iStock)

Ex-con’s campaign funded by real estate principal sued for fraud

Renderings of 2300 Cropsey Avenue in Brooklyn (Credit: W&L Group)

An eyesore for ages, Gravesend project site gets $71M refi

U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Sunnyside Yards (inset) (Credit: Getty Images and Wikipedia)

AOC resigns from Queens megadevelopment steering committee

arrow_forward_ios
Loading...