While the small Cobble Hill Historic district is blanketed with residential brownstones, its perimeter is lined with commercial properties. Thursday, October 23rd, Community Board 6’s landmarks committee will hear from developers looking to add to the neighborhoods retail edges.
One site is the current Shell station at 112 Atlantic Avenue (intersection w/ Henry Street), where a 50 foot residential unit with ground floor retail is being proposed across the nearly 100 foot wide lot. The other is a 50 foot by 55 foot site, currently home to a small parking lot at 178 Court Street (intersection w/ Congress Street). This is being developed by Lonicera Partners who are already at work developing other nearby projects such as 183 Amity and 267 Pacific in Boerum Hill.
*****Please note. As of today… the 178 Court Street proposal has been laid over until next meeting on 12/3.
If interested in proposed additions to the Cobble Hill, consider attending the 6pm meeting on Baltic Street. Full details below.
Presentation and review of a Certificate of Appropriateness application submitted to the Landmarks Preservation Commission for a new 4-story residential building with commercial storefront at 112 Atlantic Avenue (southeast corner Atlantic Ave/Henry Street), Cobble Hill Historic District.
Presentation and review of a Certificate of Appropriateness application submitted to the Landmarks Preservation Commission for a new 2-story (30-feet tall) commercial building to be erected at 178 Court Street (northwest corner Court/Congress Streets), Cobble Hill Historic District.
Cobble Hill Community Meeting Room
250 Baltic Street (between Court/Clinton Streets)
@ 6:00 PM