After years of sitting stalled, there’s definitely progress being made at 388 Bridge Street, the 53-story residential tower planned for Downtown Brooklyn. As far as we could tell from our vantage point on the street, it looks like the foundation, or most of it at least, is in–a definite step forward from when we got an aerial view last month.
388 Bridge Street from Above [Brownstoner] GMAP
388 Bridge Street is Officially Back in Business [Brownstoner]
Finally, Signs of Life at 388 Bridge Street [Brownstoner]
Details on Downtown’s Coming Towers [Brownstoner]
Construction Starting Next Year on 2 Downtown High-Rises [Brownstoner]
Stirrings at 384-388 Bridge? [Brownstoner]
Development Watch: Still Frozen at 388 Bridge Street [Brownstoner]
Brownfield Investigation Begins at 388 Bridge Street [Brownstoner]
Contamination Found at 384 Bridge Street, Lawsuit Filed [Brownstoner]
A Wrench in 388 Bridge Street’s Plans? [Brownstoner]
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