Permits Filed: 1930 Bedford Avenue, Prospect Lefferts Gardens

Nov 15, 2016

“Designed by Alexander Zhitnik of Z Architecture, the project’s 38 apartments will be divided across 30,795 square feet of residential space, which works out to a rental-sized average unit of 810 square feet.

Medical offices will occupy part of the first floor and all of the second, taking up 7,400 square feet of community facility space. Apartments will be stacked on top—eight per floor, except for the third, which will have only six units.”


Seven-Story, 15,000-Square-Foot Medical Office Building Planned At 63 Audubon Avenue, Washington Heights

Jan 27, 2016

“Seewell Realty, based in Scarsdale, N.Y., has filed applications for a seven-story, 15,624 square-foot medical office building at 63 Audubon Avenue, between West 168th and 169th streets in Washington Heights. The offices, in the form of community facility space, will total 11,854 square feet in the building. (…) Alexander Zhitnik, head of Chinatown-based Z Architecture, is designing the building.”


Six-Story, 28-Unit Mixed-Use Building Planned At 322 Gates Avenue, Bedford-Stuyvesant

Jan 5, 2016

According to DNAinfo, the building will measure 22,272 square feet in total and will include a 991 square-foot retail portion on the ground floor. The residential units, which will be rentals, will begin on the second floor and average 760 square feet apiece. Z Architecture is designing the project. The single-story Bedford Beer & Soda Dist. building, acquired for $4.5 million last March, was approved for demolition in the fall.”



204 Forsyth – Reveal

Feb 4, 2015

204 Forsyth offers a collection of just eleven two- and three-bedroom exquisitely appointed luxury condominiums. Each overlooking the lush greenery of the Sara D. Roosevelt Park, the residences range from approximately 1,500 to 3,000 square feet, and most have outdoor space.

Project’s web site

Forsyth St., Manhattan


“A brick facade will mix with gridded windows, blending together in a mid-century look that is becoming increasingly common amongst luxury small-scale developments”

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