The only news about Admirals Row for the past several months has centered on how two of its historic structures may not be preserved, but yesterday there was word that the site’s larger redevelopment is moving forward. The Real Deal reported that the public review process for the proposal has begun: “If approved by Community Board 2, the City Planning Commission and New York City Council, the site will be transferred from the federal government to the city-owned Brooklyn Navy Yard and become home to a 74,000-square-foot supermarket, 79,000 square feet of retail space and 127,000 square feet of industrial space.” The $60 million project, rendered above, is supposed to break ground sometime next year. The public review process is supposed to take 7 months.
Admirals Row Redevelopment Finally Reaches Public Review [TRD]
Admiral’s Row Takes Big Step Toward Redevelopment [Patch]
Navy Yard, City Move Forward on Admirals Row [Eagle]
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