American General Design is proposing to develop a mixed-use building that would consist of 176 apartment units, 4 live-work units, and 18,200 sf of ground-floor commercial space in a 5-story building. Demolition, construction, and Site improvements of the Project would last approximately 18 months.
The Project would include 113 one-bedroom apartment units, 60 two-bedroom apartment units, and 7 studio units. Standard Apartment units would be located on the second through fifth floors. The second floor would include 46 residential units, the third floor would have 48 residential units, the fourth floor would contain 44 residential units, and the fifth floor would contain 38 residential units. Additionally, 4 live-work units are proposed at the ground floor along Kenilworth Avenue, for a total of 180 residential units.
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