JCAL Development, founded by outer borough developer Josh Weissman in 2012, has brought its share of affordable housing to the Bronx, too. But in another sign of a changing borough, its portfolio includes several market-rate developments, along with commercial tenants who seem geared toward cementing Mott Haven’s burgeoning hipster status.
Anywhere but by the L train. That’s what you hear from residents of north Brooklyn, as the main underground link between Manhattan and neighborhoods such as Williamsburg and Bushwick is scheduled to be shut down in less than two years’ time, or within the span of a two-year lease that
Bronx-based JCAL Development Group is wading into Manhattan’s affordable housing game, with plans to build a 75-unit rental building in Central Harlem. Plans call for a 15-story, mixed-use building at 2395 Frederick Douglass Boulevard, also known as 2395 Eighth Avenue, according to a permit application filed with the city’s Department.