Given that Two Trees was required to break ground before the new year as a condition of the $15 million in tax-exempt financing it received last November, it come as no surprise that when we passed by earlier this week the crew appeared hard at work and there was a construction elevator was already set up on the exterior of the five-story brick building. As you may recall, the Dumbo developers are planning a 73-room boutique hotel that, from what we hear, will blow away any other hotel in the borough in terms of tastefulness and hipness. We’re predicting over-the-top success on this one.
Walentas Hotel Awarded Tax-Free Funds [Brownstoner]
W’burg Hotel Financing Up for Review, Debate [Brownstoner]
Two Trees Closes on W’burg Hotel Property [Brownstoner]
The original detail that still exists in the parlor floor of this princely duplex at 392 3rd Street is lovely….
We marveled over the beautiful wooden details in this Prospect Lefferts Gardens limestone when it hit the market in June,…
A tipster sent us this photo of the restoration work under way at 232 Carlton Avenue, the once badly deteriorated…
The developer of the Ace Hotel at 61 Bond Street in Downtown Brooklyn is requesting a variance from the city…
New York YIMBY dug up a rendering of 250 Ashland Place, aka BAM North Site 1, we haven’t seen before, and…