Leviathan Capital bringing 132-unit project to Bed-Stuy

Development at 122 Sanford Street will include an affordable portion

TRD New York /
Feb.February 14, 2020 12:00 PM
122 Sanford Street and Yaniv Cohen (Credit: Google Maps)

122 Sanford Street and Yaniv Cohen (Credit: Google Maps)

Leviathan Capital is proposing a 132-unit mixed-use project in Bedford-Stuyvesant.

The firm filed plans for the 129,000-square-foot development at 122 Sanford Street with the Department of Buildings on Wednesday. It will stand 10 stories and 108 feet tall and include residential and commercial space.

The project will also feature 54 parking spots, and at least some of the housing units will be affordable.

Leviathan Capital calls itself a boutique real estate advisory group. The firm also focuses on advising on loan deals, including mixed-use, multifamily and hotel properties.

Nearby, the Collective is planning a 150-unit co-living project at 1215 Fulton Street, the vacant site of Bed-Stuy’s historic Slave Theater.


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