April 24, 2019 By Meghan Sackman
A developer has filed plans with the Department of Buildings for an 8-story, 31-unit residential building on Broadway.
The building, which would be built on the vacant 7,500 square foot lot located at 14-41 Broadway, would be 80 feet tall and encompass 24,206 square feet.
The structure, currently located between another empty lot and a garage, would also feature a 10 spot enclosed parking garage, a cellar, and a 49-foot backyard.
Floodshields are also listed as part of the proposed plans for the residential building.
The property is located half a mile away from the Broadway N/Q subway station.
Records show that the owner of the plot, Steven Rigogiannis, bought the land in December 2010 for $1.6 million under the business name Plaza North 1031 LLC.
Construction will begin in about two months if the DOB signs off on the plans, according to architect Cherico King.