The building that we said does not look like any other going up in Williamsburg is now leasing, as Curbed was the first to note. While the outside has giant cornices and touches of rusty Corten steel, the inside features repurposed old beams and exposed brick. Every unit has floor to ceiling windows and a balcony, and amenities include a rooftop with pergolas and views, parking and a full-time doorman.
The building has 113 units and stands 10 stories high between Driggs and Bedford. The developer is Rabsky Group and it has been in the works since 2008. It was designed by Scarano protege Nataliya Donskoy of ND Architecture & Design P.C. Durukan Design handled the interiors.
Seventeen of the units have been rented, according to the broker. Of the units left, studios start at $2,275, one-bedrooms at $2,650 and two-bedrooms at $3,825, according to an email we received from Fiddler Realty, which is handling the leasing. The first open house is this weekend. Click through to the jump for more.