The proposed 111-unit structure designed by Badaly Architects, at 2072 Anthony Ave., would occupy 87,000 sq. ft. at a height of 113 feet.
The development site is currently a fire-damaged two-unit house.
The project appears to expand on a development Mitaj had wanted to build in the neighborhood last year, Crain’s New York Business reports. Then, he filed plans for an 8-story building with 45 residential units at the same address, but the DOB rejected the idea.
Other organizations have also recently recently filed plans for new Bronx projects. These include.a roughly 111,000-sq. ft. mixed-use project at 2000 Valentine Ave. in Tremont with 181 residential units, to be developed by Camber Property Group, Meanwhile, developer Shkumbin Selimaj is planning a roughly 86,000-sq. ft. mixed-use project at 16 Wade Square in Belmont with 74 residential units, Crain’s says.