April 20, By Hannah Wulkan
A development firm filed plans with the City yesterday to build a 7 story mixed-use building.
According to the plans, developer Rockfarmer Properties is looking to construct a new building at 25-79 31st Street with 22 residential units and commercial space on the first floor.
The proposed building would stand 75 feet tall and would have 16,972 square feet of residential space on the upper six floors, averaging about 770 square feet per apartment. It would also have 4,658 square feet of commercial space on the ground floor, and 12 parking spaces in an underground garage.
The new building would take the place of two already-demolished two-family homes that Rockfarmer purchased for a total of $3.9 million last year.
Rockfarmer Properties has several other projects in the neighborhood, including a planned development at the site of the old ABC Superstores strip mall.