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Uniform Land Use Review Procedure Public Hearing
March 26 @ 6:00 pm
OFFICE OF THE BROOKLYN BOROUGH PRESIDENT
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UNIFORM LAND USE REVIEW PROCEDURE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT, pursuant to Section 201 of the New York City Charter, the Brooklyn borough president will hold a public hearing on the following matters in the Community Room of Brooklyn Borough Hall, 209 Joralemon Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201, commencing at 6:00 PM on March 26, 2018.
Calendar Item 1 –– 1601 DeKalb Avenue (180148 ZMK, 180149 ZRK)
Applications submitted by 1601 DeKalb Owner LLC for zoning map and text amendments to the northern portion of a block bounded by Hart Street, Wyckoff Avenue, DeKalb Avenue, and Irving Avenue. The amendments would change an R6 district to R6B, rezone an M1-1 district to R7A, and establish a C2-4 overlay along the Wyckoff Avenue frontage within the proposed R7A district, as well as designate the area of the proposed R7A zoning district as a Mandatory Inclusionary Housing (MIH) area. Such actions would facilitate the development of two residential buildings, with one at nine stories and another at six stories, together providing 122 units, of which approximately 27 would be made permanently affordable pursuant to MIH option 1. The development would provide 46 enclosed and unenclosed parking spaces.
Calendar Item 2 –– 1019 Fulton Street (180244 HAK, 180245 ZSK)
Applications submitted by the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) seeking Urban Development Action Area Program (UDAAP) designation for the disposition of two City-owned lots on a block bounded by Putnam Avenue, Downing Street, Fulton Street, and Grand Avenue, and a zoning special permit for a waiver of the 18 required accessory off-street parking spaces. Such actions would facilitate the development of an eight-story mixed-use building with ground-floor commercial retail space and 50 residential units, of which 15 would be permanently affordable, including 10 affordable to households at up to 80 percent of the Area Median Income (AMI), through the Voluntary Inclusionary Housing (VIH) program. The building would provide 25 bicycle parking spaces in the cellar.
Note: To request a sign language interpreter, or to request Telecommunication Device for the Deaf (TDD) services, and/or foreign language interpretation in accordance with Local Law 30, contact Land Use Coordinator Inna Guzenfeld at (718) 802-3754 or [email protected] prior to the hearing.