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10 Jay Street’s Crystalline Office Conversion Nears Completion in DUMBO, Brooklyn

New photos from the ODA-designed conversion of 10 Jay Street offer a first look at the interior of the boldly reimagined structure. Located on the shores of DUMBO, Brooklyn, the landmarked property was constructed in 1898 and originally served as the Arbuckle Brothers Sugar Refinery. In 1925 the building was converted to a winery, but by end of the decade, one of its masonry facades had been torn off and the exposed building fell into disrepair.

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Rendering of 98 Front Street (Photo: Craft)

New Renderings Reveal ODA-Designed Condominium at 98 Front Street in DUMBO, Brooklyn

With sales expected to launch this Spring, new renderings and a teaser site are now live for 98 Front Street, one of the latest ground-up condominium developments in DUMBO, Brooklyn. Designed by ODA, a New York-based architecture studio, the building’s cubic structure resembles a game of Tetris and playfully incorporates a number of private outdoor terraces. The building will contain 165 residences that range from studio to four-bedroom homes. Floor plans begin at 400 square feet and reach upward of 2,000 square feet.

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Futuristic DUMBO Skyscraper Revealed in Concept Renderings From Studio SENK

Netherlands-based design firm Studio SENK teamed up with DMOO, a rendering company, to visualize a new residential tower in DUMBO, and YIMBY has a first look at the impressive concept. The glass skyscraper would stand between the Brooklyn Bridge and the Manhattan Bridge, with a base rising from within the atrium of the recently-completed Empire Stores, and an upper portion that would finally give DUMBO an iconic presence on the overall Brooklyn skyline.

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