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Uniform Land Use Review Procedure Public Hearing
November 27, 2018 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 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 November 27, 2018.
Calendar Item 1 –– 63 Stockholm Street (190078 HAK)
An application submitted by the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) pursuant to Article 16 of the General Municipal Law of New York State for the designation of a property located at 63 Stockholm Street in Brooklyn Community District 4 (CD 4) as an Urban Development Action Area (UDAA) and an Urban Development Action Area Project (UDAAP) for such area, and pursuant to Section 197-c of the New York City Charter for the disposition of such property to a developer to be selected by HPD. Such actions would facilitate the development of an approximately 16,425 square foot (sq. ft.) residential building containing 20 affordable housing units. The proposed development would reach the maximum 2.19 floor area ratio (FAR) permitted under Quality Housing regulations, and a total height of approximately 40 feet. No accessory parking spaces would be provided as part of the development. The building’s cellar will contain approximately 12 spaces for bicycle storage.
Calendar Item 2 –– 41 Summit Street Rezoning (180294 ZMK, 180295 ZRK)
Applications submitted by 41 Summit Street, LLC pursuant to Sections 197-c and 201 of the New York City Charter for zoning map and text amendments to change from an M1-1 to an R7A district a portion of a block bounded by Carroll, Columbia, and Summit streets, and Hamilton Avenue, in Brooklyn Community District 6 (CD 6), establish a C2-4 commercial overlay within the R7A zone, and designate the project area a Mandatory Inclusionary Housing (MIH) area. Such actions would facilitate the development of a 10,000 sq. ft., seven story residential building with seven units. No accessory parking spaces would be provided as part of the development.
Calendar Item 3 –– 809 Atlantic Avenue (190071 ZMK, 190074 ZRK, 190072 ZSK, 190073 ZSK)
Applications submitted by 550 Clinton Partners LLC and 539 Vanderbilt Partners LLC pursuant to Sections 197-c and 201 of the New York City Charter for zoning map and text amendments affecting a portion of block bounded by Atlantic, Clinton, and, Vanderbilt avenues, and Fulton Street, in Brooklyn Community District 2 (CD 2). The zoning map amendments would rezone the development site and portions of adjacent properties from an R7A/C2-4 district to an R9/C2-5 district and rezone portions of adjacent properties to an R6A district. The zoning text amendment would designate the rezoning area an MIH area. Additionally, the applicant seeks two special permits. The special permit pursuant to ZR Section 74-111 would transfer approximately 70,000 sq. ft. of floor area to the development site, of which 60,000 sq. ft. would come from the landmarked Church of St. Luke & St. Matthew, and would allow for modification of height and setback, inner court, lot coverage, window to lot line, and yard regulations. The special permit pursuant to ZR Section 74‐533 would waive the residential parking requirements of ZR Section 25‐23. The proposed actions would facilitate two distinct developments on two separate lots: a four-story building and a 29-story tower. The proposed development would contain a total of approximately 237,150 sq. ft. of floor area, with 34,035 sq. ft. of commercial use, and 204,115 sq. ft. of residential floor area, with primary frontage on Atlantic Avenue. The two buildings would contain approximately 286 units, of which 30 percent, or approximately 58 units, would be affordable to households earning an average 80 percent of Area Median Income (AMI), according to MIH Option 2.
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.