New Look for Four Traditional Townhouses Going up on Degraw Street


The look of the four new-construction but traditionally styled townhouses going up on Degraw Street has changed. Also, it turns out that each one will in fact be a single-family house, not apartments, according to a teaser site that went up recently on Corcoran. Thanks to a commenter for pointing us to the new site.

Now the buildings are all red brick, with what looks like brownstone details, including Neo-Grec-Italianate style doorways.

Other details: There will be two fireplaces in each approximately 3,800-square-foot home. If we read the copy correctly, there will be four bedrooms and 3.5 baths. They will have energy saving tankless water heaters, central air, high-end appliances, and “designer” lighting.

The addresses of the four town homes are 449, 451, 451a and 453 Degraw, between Hoyt and Bond. Construction is supposed to wrap in the fall.

Click through to the jump to see the previous rendering. We think the redesigned exteriors are a big improvement. Do you agree?

449 Degraw [Corcoran]
Another New Townhouse Development Is in the Works [Brownstoner] GMAP
Rendering via Corcoran

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