Permits have been filed for a five-story mixed-used development at the site of the Crown Heights Associated Supermarket.
The permits include plans for mixed-income housing and ground floor retail space, which will be occupied by the Associated Supermarket, New York Yimby reports.
The future of the supermarket in the new development was hard fought by neighbors.
In September, the development site was bought by Hudson Companies for $41.5 million. The development company, which bought the site from Midwood Investment & Development, promised to uphold Midwood’s recent deal with Associated, which will allow the supermarket to operate on the property for another 15 years.
The permits show plans for a 54-foot-tall development that will have 178 residences, most likely rentals based on the average unit scope of 886 square feet, New York Yimby reports.
The development will also have a cellar, 117 bicycle parking spaces, and 175 enclosed vehicle parking spaces.
Demolition permits have not yet been filed yet and an estimated completion date has not been announced.