Permits have been filed for a 14-story mixed-use building at 335 Bond Street (aka 371 Carroll Street) in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn. The property is located at the northwest corner of Carroll Street and Bond Street just west of the Gowanus Canal.
The proposed 155-foot-tall development will total 77,383 square feet and will include 68,106 square feet of residential space. Additionally, there will be 4,633 square feet of commercial space and 4,644 square feet of manufacturing space. The plan calls for 73 residential units. Based on gross numbers, the average yield of a residential unit should be about 933 square feet. The permit makes no reference to on-site parking.
A one-story building currently sits on the site. It is occupied by NYC 2 Way International, a transportation services company. The owner of the property is listed as Robert Slinin, whose family owns NYC 2 Way International. Gerald Valgora of Studio V Architecture is listed as the architect behind the applications. Studio V prides itself on creative urban design and was responsible for the creation of the Empire Stores complex on the Brooklyn waterfront in Dumbo.
335 Bond Street falls within the newly approved Gowanus rezoning plan which will add more than 8,000 housing units across an 82-block portion of the neighborhood. The plan will include significant improvements to the local infrastructure and 3,000 units dedicated to affordable housing for low and moderate income families.
335 Bond Street is serviced by the F and G trains at the Bergen Street and Carroll Street stations, and the R Train at Union Street. The property is in close proximity to Carroll Park Playground and PS 58 – The Carroll School.