Another residential conversion on deck for Williamsburg’s Kent Avenue

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484 Kent Avenue (source: PropertyShark)

It seems there’s even more housing on the way for Williamsburg’s booming Kent Avenue. According to Brownstoner, a permit was recently filed with the Department of Buildings for a new residential conversion at 484 Kent Avenue, between South 11th and South 10th streets. The three-story industrial building, part of the would-be site for developer Isaac Rosenberg’s 800-unit Rose Plaza on the River, is slated to get 30 units on the second and third floors, though the first floor will remain a warehouse. Property records show that Rosenberg, the formerly bankrupt developer of the nearby Warehouse 11 condominium, is still behind this project, though it’s unclear what the latest plans mean for Rose Plaza. It’s also unclear whether condos or rentals are planned for the conversion. Lender Capital One filed a lis pendens at the property on Rosenberg’s $3.76 million mortgage in 2009. . [Brownstoner]