Brooklyn


Two-Tower Greenpoint Landing Project Begins Ascent at 221 West Street in Brooklyn

Construction is above street level at 221 West Street, a pair of 30- and 40-story residential towers in the Greenpoint Landing development in GreenpointBrooklyn. Known as “Greenpoint Block D,” this phase of the the 22-acre riverfront master plan is designed by OMA and is being developed by Brookfield Property Partners and Park Tower Group, which broke ground on the site back in November 2019. Beyer Blinder Belle is the architect of record.

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21 Garden Street in Bushwick, Brooklyn

Permits Filed for 21 Garden Street in Bushwick, Brooklyn

Permits have been filed for a nine-story residential building at 21 Garden Street in Bushwick, Brooklyn. Located between Flushing Avenue and Bushwick Avenue, the interior lot is a 10-minute walk to the Flushing Avenue subway station, serviced by the M and J trains. Travis Stabler of Rivington Company is listed as the owner behind the applications.

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302 Broadway Nears Completion in Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Work is nearing completion on 302 Broadway, a six-story mixed-use building in South WilliamsburgBrooklyn. Designed by Brooklyn-based design firm PAUL and developed by Kazi Billah, the reinforced concrete superstructure rises 65 feet tall and yields 26,070 square feet. The property includes 5,790 square feet of ground-floor retail space, 5,790 square feet of medical offices on the second floor, a 12-car garage on the third floor, and 24 residential units from the fourth to sixth floors.

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159 Broadway’s Foundation Nears Completion in Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Foundation work is nearing completion at 159 Broadway, a 26-story mixed-use residential project in WilliamsburgBrooklyn. Designed by Stonehill Taylor and developed by Cornell Realty Management LLC, the 133,340-square-foot project is located across the street from Peter Luger Steakhouse and directly abuts the 145-year-old landmarked Williamsburgh Savings Bank. The superstructure will top out at 277 feet tall and become one of the tallest buildings in the inland section of Williamsburg.

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