Back in July, YIMBY brought you a construction update on the 20-story project under construction at 265 State Street, in Boerum Hill. Since then, The Boerum has risen from four to 17 stories, as seen in the latest photos by Tectonic. Cladding installation has also begun on the lower levels. The building will have ground-floor retail space, a hotel on floors one through six, and 128 condominiums up top. Flank is designing and co-developing with the Carlyle Group, and completion is expected in 2016.
Meshberg Group has designed several factory-style apartment buildings in Williamsburg, but the firm does plenty of historic townhouse renovation and restoration projects. Today we have renderings for a brownstone at 203 Bergen Street in Boerum Hill, which will be completely gut renovated.
After revealing the first rendering for the building, YIMBY reported on the summer ground-breaking of 472 Atlantic Avenue/465 Pacific Street, in Boerum Hill, and now The New York Times has a day-time image of the project, along with new details. Condominiums will come in one- to five-bedroom configurations, though the majority will be family-sized with three bedrooms, measuring roughly 1,400 square feet apiece. Stribling Marketing Associates is the broker, Avery Hall Investments and ARIA Development Group are developing, and Morris Adjmi Architects is designing, with completion currently anticipated for the winter of 2017.
The New York City Housing Authority has proposed to allow private developers to build mixed-income residential towers on two parking lots at the Wyckoff Gardens public housing facility, in Boerum Hill. According to DNAinfo, the development would total 550 to 650 residential units, and the buildings would be located at 260 and 280 Wyckoff Street. Real Estate Weekly reports the units would be half affordable and half market-rate. Resident meetings will be conducted over the next month.
Late last year, YIMBY reported on filings for a four-story, three-unit mixed-use building at 237 Pacific Street, in Boerum Hill, and now a schematic drawing of the building has been posted on-site, per Brownstoner. The new building will measure a total 5,512 square feet, and will feature 1,614 of retail space on the ground floor, followed by full-floor units averaging 1,300 square feet each. The units will actually be rentals, and Nicola Quinoes is the developer. Brooklyn-based Teresa Byrne Salter is the architect. The site’s single-story predecessor was demolished in January.