The residential conversion of the old Brillo warehouse at 185 Plymouth is officially off and running. Above, an interior rendering from the website now up. (Dumbo NYC actually reported the website launch in late August.) AJ Pires from Alloy Development — also responsible for the residential conversion 192 Water Street — said Alloy has recieved approval from Landmarks and will begin construction on the ten-unit build in November. He says that based on the initial interest over the past few weeks, the developer expects the same sales pace that happened at 192 Water. (In five days, seven of the nine units there sold.) Click through for one more rendering and a picture of the current interior.
192 Water Street Developers Will Take on 185 Plymouth [Brownstoner]
Dumbo’s 185 Plymouth Heading to the LPC [Brownstoner] GMAP DOB
Rendering of outdoor space.
Photo of current building by Andrew Bernheimer.
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