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94 middle-income units available at 27-story rental at Brooklyn’s Pacific Park

Devin Gannon

A new rental tower at the Brooklyn mega-development Pacific Park has opened applications for 94 middle-income apartments. Located at 662 Pacific Street, Plank Road is a 27-story residential building in Prospect Heights, with a total of 312 rental units and a public middle school at its base. New Yorkers earning 130 percent of the area median income can apply for the available studio, one-, and two-bedroom units, priced between $1,547/month and $3,219/month.

Developed by Greenland Forest City Partners in partnership with New York, Pacific Park is a long-in-the-works redevelopment of 22 acres in Downtown Brooklyn and Prospect Heights that includes six million square feet of residential space and thousands of new apartments, as well as new retail, offices, and open space.

The development, first introduced well over a decade ago, includes 15 buildings with roughly 6,400 residential units, 2,250 of them affordable and the Barclays Center. Plank Road, developed by the Brodsky Organization and designed by Marvel, is the fifth completed residential building at Pacific Park.