Williamsburg – High-Rise Structures Proposed On Site Of Kedem Winery Building On Kent Avenue


    Kedem Building On Kent Ave 01/18/06

    Williamsburg – Rector Hylan Corporation plans to demolish the buildings on the waterfront, formerly owned by the Kedem Winery Company at 420-430 Kent Avenue and replace them with two residential towers.

    Plans call for north and south towers of 18 stories (185 feet in height) and 24 stories (245 feet). These buildings would contain 450 apartments, 26,413 square feet of neighborhood stores, 225 parking spaces, and a half-acre shore public walkway.
    The retail space would be located on the ground level of both of the proposed towers, facing Kent Avenue, while the parking would be provided beneath each building with separate access from the avenue.

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