Reveal For Three-Story, 43,500 Square-Foot Police Station At 561 St. Ann’s Avenue, Mott Haven

561 St. Ann's AvenueNew NYPD station at 567 East 149th Street, rendering by Bjarke Ingels

The city’s Department of Design and Construction tasked the Bjarke Ingels Group to design a new three-story station for New York City Police Department’s 40th Precinct, and now the Architect’s Newspaper has the project’s reveal. The new station will be located at 561-585 St. Ann’s Avenue, currently a vacant parcel on the corner of East 149th Street, in Mott Haven. The 59-foot-tall facility will measure 43,500 square feet and will feature a central indoor atrium, a green roof, and a community meeting room. The project will also include the redesign of a triangular parking lot immediately to the north. Starr Whitehouse Landscape Architects is leading the site design work. Completion is expected in 2020.

561 St. Ann's Avenue

561 St. Ann’s Avenue, rendering via the AN

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3 Comments on "Reveal For Three-Story, 43,500 Square-Foot Police Station At 561 St. Ann’s Avenue, Mott Haven"

  1. staten islander | February 2, 2016 at 11:40 am |

    Very nice but I hope that the Bjarke Ingels Group donated their services for this project.

  2. Uuuuuuugly!! Looks like some design from the 60’s mixed with some modernistic flavor, but nothing of architectural/artistic interest. Could be a warehouse, could be an office building, but not characteristic at all of a police station.

  3. The prison, Autozone and Burger King really need to go. That is a really good location spatially.

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