A large site in East New York is slated for housing, according to new permits filed the Department of Buildings.

The property, located at 888 Fountain Avenue, is slated for the construction of a more than 386,000-square-foot building featuring 437 residential units, roughly 8,000 square feet of commercial space, and parking for 45 vehicles.

East New York reports that David Dish of L+M Development partners, operating through the entity VBK C1 Owner, LLC, is the applicant.

Dattner Architects is designing the proposed project, which is described as a 15-story building standing approximately 161 feet in height.

Additional information is currently unavailable.

Elsewhere in East New York, Dattner is also working on the planned Atlantic Chestnut development, which would bring 1,150 units of affordable housing to a property at 250 Euclid Street.