Curbed picked up renderings of under-construction DoBro tower 388 Bridge Street, which just surpassed the Brooklyner as Brooklyn’s tallest building. The building, which has been under construction since last summer, is just about to top off at a total of 53 stories. Sales are expected to launch this spring — there will be 234 rental units and 144 condos. As Curbed notes, there will be at least four retail spaces located on the first four floors. Here’s what the build looked like at the beginning of this year. And check out an interior rendering after the jump.
What Brooklyn’s New Tallest Building Will Look Like [Curbed]
Lots of Glass at the 388 Bridge Street Build [Brownstoner]
Renderings via Curbed by SLCE Architects
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