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A new skyline icon is coming to the lower bay of New York Harbor. 2230 Cropsey Avenue (aka 1625 Shore Parkway) is a 30-story, 248-unit mixed-use development to present residents with dazzling harbor/ocean views and an upscale amenity package that features a swimming pool and high-floor terrace/lounge. The designers at the helm are Hill West Architects, a firm noted for luxury residential towers such as Skyline Tower in Long Island City and Seaport Residences downtown.
With its masonry podium and glass shaft propped above, new renderings show a sleek design reminiscent of the firm's One West End condo on the Upper West Side. According to approved building permits, the tower will stand 356 feet high to its elevator bulkhead, making it the tallest building in the borough south of Prospect Park--just ahead of Avalon Brooklyn Bay.
Gogle Earth Bensonhurst Google Earth aerial showing location of the project
The sizeable block-through site is located at the cusp of Bath Beach and Bensonhurst and is bounded by Shore Parkway to the west and Cropsey Avenue to the east. The D train’s Bay Parkway station is nearby as well as the Ceasar’s Bay Shopping Center along the waterfront.
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The 280,000-square-foot scheme will accommodate 243 apartments, a mix of affordable and high-end units, coupled with 170 on-site parking spaces and community space. Amenities will include resident storage, a laundry room, bike storage, fitness center, a swimming pool and deck, and a common lounge and terrace on the 23rd floor. It is unknown if the units will be for rent or for sale, but there will be between seven and 11 apartments per floor. Lower floors will be home to a daycare center and an ambulatory care facility.
Drawings showing approved zoning
The tower is being steered skyward by LandPex, a Manhattan-based development company that says they are committed to creating modern, distinctive environments that become the fabric of vibrant, thriving communities. The venture has been in the making for nearly two decades and replaces the former building of Haym Salomon Nursing Home, which moved next door 15 years ago. The developers acquired the lot in early 2014 after the previous owner, Alexander Gurevich, defaulted on a mortgage several years after the financial crisis. City records show the team paid $19.06 million for the 45,688-square-foot parcel. Foundation work got underway late last year and delivery is targeted for December 2021.
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