Here’s a rendering for a new affordable development coming to 76 North 6th Street, between Kent and Wythe avenues. The description via the architecture firm says: “76N6 is an affordable, multi-family residential building… The seven unit brick building features private terraces, a communal roof garden, and a facade comprised of operable doors set behind custom steel railings.” The architect for the project said the demolition of the building currently on site just started. He didn’t have a timeline for construction; the firm just put out a construction bid. Like the looks of this one?
76N6 Project [Bureau V] GMAP
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