Yesterday Curbed reported that Robert Scarano’s firm is the architect of record on an eco-friendly building in Brighton Beach, but it appears the original source of the story, a post on the blog of Douglas Elliman broker William Hendrickson, has since been pulled. According to Curbed, the 15,000-square-foot building will be called Bright N’ Green. It is located at 67 Brighton 1st Lane, and will include six condos. The rendering shows wind turbines and solar panels; other green features include insulated panel walls and a grey water recycling system, according to Curbed. While we don’t know all the details, we can, in fact, confirm that Scarano is working on a green building in Brighton Beach and that he hopes to show it to the press in the fall, because he told us so.
Ultra Green Condo Building Is Coming to Brighton Beach [Curbed]
Rendering from Brooklyn Real Estate Insight via Curbed GMAP