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Business Source: Commercial Acquisitions

VIVA Department Store at 1644 Sheepshead Bay Road doesn’t just slash prices, now it’s slashing square-footage. The business is putting half of its 7,000 square foot storefront on the rental market as it looks to shrink its footprint. VIVA sells everything from the sort of fare you’d find in a 99-cent store, to discount furniture,…

Real Estate

In a neighborhood of one- and two-family homes, with buildings that max out at seven stories, it’s really hard to get an idea of the scale of a 30-story building. Fortunately, an anonymous amateur drone enthusiast got curious and dispatched his flying machine over the building site at 1501 Voorhies Avenue, where Muss Development is planning their…

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The developers behind the 30-story residential tower slated for 1501 Voorhies Avenue are envisioning a luxurious haven for the area’s wealthiest residents, housed behind a gated entrance on Sheepshead Bay Road and with units starting at $700,000, Sheepshead Bites has learned. Muss Development and AvalonBay, the development team behind the planned 280,000-square-foot, 333-foot tall proposal,…

Real Estate

When developers proposed a 22-story development at 1501 Voorhies Avenue, the community balked at the sheer scale of the project. After sitting silent for five years and a change in ownership, new plans have been filed for a whopping 30-story residential development. Muss Development and AvalonBay submitted the plans to the Department of Buildings yesterday outlining a…

Real Estate

Muss Development, the developer that built and manages Brighton Beach’s Oceana Condominium complex, has snapped up a sprawling 87,500-square-foot development site on Sheepshead Bay Road that was previously slated to become a mall – and they’ve announced plans to make it fully residential. The deal was done in two parts, with Muss teaming up with AvalonBay Communities…

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