The Brooklyn Eagle notes that 101 Clinton Street (aka 165 Joralemon Street), following the example of nearby 75 Clinton, will be flipping some units from commercial to residential:
Brooklyn Eagle: With Eagle staffers and other passersby noting that the building is ”scaffolded and shrouded” (with netting), a check of Department of Buildings (DOB) documents was made.
That search revealed that a permit has been issued for the conversion of the second-through-sixth floors of the six-story building.
Although Mark Sharfman of Joralemon Realty LLC (and the Sharfman Organization of Hartsdale, N.Y.), identified as the building’s owner, would not discuss the project with the Eagle —(he said ”No comment,” when reached by phone) — DOB documents reveal that 40 residential units have been proposed for the five floors.
Permits also exist for the installation of pipe scaffold; the removal and rebuilding of the front walls facing Clinton Street and Joralemon Street on the fourth, fifth and sixth floors; and the installation of boilers, plumbing, hvac, kitchens and bathrooms and an exhaust system.
When completed, the 50,028-square-foot building will contain 41,690 square feet of residential space and 8,338 square feet of commercial space, according to DOB documents.