Work continues at 333 Carroll Street, where the unsightly rooftop addition was removed this summer. DOB permits indicate that the plan is to carve out 31 units. You can see a shot of the very raw interior after the jump.
A Look Inside 333 Carroll [Brownstoner]
333 Carroll Addition Loses Steel Skeleton [Brownstoner] GMAP
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