Thursday, November 15, 2007

Developer Promises to Limit Height at 340 Court Street; Will Build Three and Four-Bedroom Units

The former International Longshoremen’s Association building, previously owned by Long Island College Hospital and reportedly sold to Clarett for $24 million, would be razed to make way for 30-40 condos in one building, and five “brownstone-like” townhouses with stoops on both Sackett and Union Streets, Assemblywoman Joan Millman told the Brooklyn Eagle.

Though nothing is in writing, she said that Clarett said it would keep the height down to six or seven stories.

Millman said the developer stressed the condominiums would be large, “a lot of three and even four-bedroom units,” each with one parking space. She was also told Clarett is “actively seeking a commercial tenant for Court Street, possibly a grocery store.”

More details here.

Something Big About to Happen at 340 Court Street

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