The terribly (and hopefully tentatively) named 1 North 4th Place, part of the development at Brooklyn’s Northside Piers, finally has new renderings. The images show the tower’s detailing, which isn’t terribly impressive. Developers in Brooklyn and Queens continue to build Miami-esque high-rises along the East River, and 1 North 4th certainly fits that mold.
Permits filed with the Department of Buildings show the building’s future height will be 398 feet, making it one of the tallest buildings in Williamsburg. The project will also contain 498 units. Ground has been broken, but photos from this past week show the site entirely flooded due to Hurricane Sandy’s storm surge, and no date for the resumption of construction has been set.
|1 North 4th Place, Northside Piers, Image from Douglaston Development|
|1 North 4th Place, Northside Piers Cul de Sac, Image from Douglaston Development|