Ramy Issac is known to the world as an architect, artist, and founder of a renowned architecture firm Issac & Stern. Ramy Issac was born in Israel and has a great deal of proficiency in a variety of subjects including art, painting, and architecture. He is credited to have revolutionized the way we live in New York. He has taken some of the most abandoned places in New York, Brooklyn, Queens and more and has changed the outlook of many buildings.


Ramy Issac and his team of architects at Issac & Stern have filed permits for a new residential building at 186 Huron Street in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Ramy Issac has been known to reshape some of the abandoned areas and Greenpoint, Brooklyn is one of them. The proposed project is situated between Manhattan Avenue and McGuinness Boulevard. It is actually four blocks away from the north of the Greenpoint Avenue subway station. The owner of the application is Gilad Tamir of Greenline Developers Group based in Brooklyn.

The building will be 4-story and 44 feet tall, spanning across 14,596 square feet. It will have ten residential units with each unit covering an area of 999 square feet. Out of 14,596 square feet, 9,997 square feet is assigned to the residential area. There will be a 30-foot-long rear yard and a cellar in the building as well.

According to New York YIMBY, demolition permits were filed last month. However, there is still no information available regarding its completion date and sales date.