It looks like all the windows are in and the exterior is nearly finished at 210 North 12th Street in Williamsburg. The eight-story, 42-unit residential building has been in the works since 2007, but construction didn’t start until last summer.
Delays may have been related to the site’s former brownfield status, which required a cleanup from the state’s Office of Environmental Remediation. The building will have 21 underground parking spaces and storage for 21 bicycles (“subject to flooding”), according to the most recent Schedule A filings.
Curbed dug up a new rendering last month (pictured after the jump) and reported that MDIM is still the architecture firm behind the building. The project’s most recent building permits also list Philip Toscano as an architect. Issac Schwartz of Adir Holdings is the developer, according to permits and public records.