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Developers look to develop Broadway Junction with 24-story towers, hundreds of affordable housing units



A developer is seeking to build an affordable housing and commercial hub, including residential towers up to 24-stories tall, at Broadway Junction, a major transit hub in East New York long recognized as blighted and underutilized.

But some long-time residents are sounding an alarm at what they see as a ploy to turn the Junction into another Downtown Brooklyn, especially after what many in the neighborhood characterize as broken promises from the city following the 2016 East New York rezoning.

The plan by Brooklyn-based developer Totem Group is in its infancy, but the firm currently envisions constructing four towers, including two residential buildings, housing about 650 new units of below-market-rate housing.

Brooklyn Paper

Photo:  Totem


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