Brooklyn Daily excerpt -
The development will include “supportive housing” — below-market rate
apartments aimed at the formerly homeless, domestic violence victims,
and recovering addicts coupled with on-site social service staff —
according to filings.
The ground floor will include two separate commercial spaces, nine
enclosed parking spaces, and a bike-storage area. A mezzanine area will
have a laundry room, a gym, offices, and conference rooms, plans filed
with the city show. The second floor will feature an outdoor courtyard. A
lounge and outdoor terrace will occupy space further up on the ninth
floor, and the building will have a roof deck. Real estate blog The Real
Deal first broke the news.