As we reported back in May, Duggal Visual Solutions is converting the old Building 268 at the Brooklyn Navy Yard into its R&D headquarters. The high-end digital printer is spending $7 million to redo the 69,000-square-foot building. When we took another look on Friday, the building had most of its exterior and windows completed and was closely resembling the rendering on the jump. Dreams of a year-end completion don’t seem to be coming true though. Can’t wait to see how this turns out though.
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