The Watermark at Brooklyn Heights opened for occupancy this week at 21 Clark Street in Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn. The senior living community occupies the former Leverich Towers Hotel originally constructed in 1928.
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Renovation work is progressing on the Watermark at Brooklyn Heights at 21 Clark Street. Developed in collaboration by Watermark Retirement Communities and Kayne Anderson Real Estate, the project will debut as senior housing with 275 newly renovated residences. Located in the heart of Brooklyn Heights, the 16-story, 310,000-square-foot property was originally constructed in 1928 as the Leverich Towers Hotel. In 1975, Watchtower purchased the property as housing for its local Jehovah Witness volunteer force and began to restore the intricate architectural features that defined the building.
Nivneh Capital Group has unveiled renderings of a new charter school in the Woodstock section of The Bronx. The development is located at 671 Prospect Avenue and will eventually span 39,000 square feet following the expansion of an existing commercial property on the site.
Tribeca Associates is currently conducting a $30 million renovation of the 47-story, 470,000-square-foot office tower, known as the Continental Bank Building, at 30 Broad Street in the Financial District. Architecture firms Montroy Andersen DeMarco and Jun Aizaki Architecture & Design are behind the renovation.
Though the weather is cooling down, it isn’t putting a damper on new development in Long Island City. On Wednesday, a new 10-story, 102,292-square-foot mixed-use building topped out at 37-14 36th Street, located between Northern Boulevard and 37th Avenue in the Dutch Kills section of the neighborhood.