Preliminary renderings from Hill West Architects reveal a forthcoming seven-story rental building in Flatbush, Brooklyn. Located at 160 Clarkson Avenue, the structure will comprise 111,848 square feet and will replace several low-rise residential buildings.
The illustrations reveal a gray masonry façade with dark metal-framed windows and ornamental balcony railings. The top floor is primarily enclosed in glass and sets back at each edge of the building. Open-air terraces are positioned at each setback, but it is unclear whether these areas will be activated as amenity spaces or for private residential use.
Residential area will account for approximately 80,000 square feet, for an average unit size of around 681 square feet. An attended parking garage for 58 vehicles will account for a majority of the remaining floor space. Additional amenities will include a multi-use lounge, a game room, a screening room, an open-air courtyard, and a fitness center.
PLG Estates is the entity responsible developing the project, along with design studio Whitehall Interiors, and general contractor New York Developers & Management. At this stage of development, the project team has not revealed when the property might debut.