The march of potential large development along broad Atlantic Avenue in Central Brooklyn continues, with Atlantic Brooklyn LLC, whose owners are not publicly known, proposing a 175-foot tall, 370-foot wide building on the avenue’s north side between Classon and Franklin avenues, in the southwest corner of Bedford-Stuyvesant.

If a rezoning is approved, 1045 Atlantic Avenue, which would nearly border the Franklin Avenue “S” shuttle train, would replace some low-rise commercial buildings, including a plumbing/heating supply store, an auto repair shop, and the site of the recently departed Diamond Reef bar.

The march of potential large development along broad Atlantic Avenue in Central Brooklyn continues, with Atlantic Brooklyn LLC, whose owners are not publicly known, proposing a 175-foot tall, 370-foot wide building on the avenue’s north side between Classon and Franklin avenues, in the southwest corner of Bedford-Stuyvesant. A street-level […]

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