Phase 2 of City Point is taking shape in Downtown Brooklyn, in an oddly shaped lot between Dekalb Avenue, Albee Square West and Flatbush Avenue Extension. The tallest portion, a 43-story residential tower, has topped out and its glassy facade is almost complete. Meanwhile, the facade of the retail base is developing on the bottom floors along Albee Square West.
When we last checked in January, the tallest tower had not reached its full height, and the glassy facade was just starting to climb. When complete, Phase 2, located in the center portion of the three-phase site, will consist of a five-story, 650,000-square-foot mall and 690 apartments, 125 of which will be affordable, as we have reported before.
Both towers are designed by Cook Fox. BFC Partners is the developer of the 19-story tower. Brodsky Organization is developing the 43-story tower.
Next door at Phase 1, a mall with office space above located at 1 Dekalb Avenue, construction on the interior is wrapping up. Phase 3, which will include apartments and a mall, has not yet broken ground but is expected to finish by 2020, as we reported yesterday.