Forest City, one of the most powerful and influential developers in Brooklyn, may be moving to distance itself from liability over Pacific Park.
It's been a long time coming, but 303 nicer-looking-than-average affordable units at 38 6th Avenue in Prospect Heights will be up for grabs starting Friday.
Applications are open for affordable units at Pacific Park's 461 Dean Street, but many who apply will be disqualified due to small errors — this information session hopes to prevent such mistakes.
Windows are going in at Greenland Forest City Partners’ 550 Vanderbilt Avenue, the first condo tower to break ground in the massive 17-building Pacific Park/Atlantic Yards mega-project in Prospect Heights.
The lottery has opened for affordable housing units in Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park's B2 tower at 461 Dean Street, the tallest modular tower in the world.
Construction is proceeding at a rapid pace at Greenland Forest City Partners’ 550 Vanderbilt Avenue, part of the massive Pacific Park/Atlantic Yards development.
You may have thought the modular tower known as B2 or 461 Dean Street would have already reached its full height by now, since it was the first building to break ground, back in 2012, but in fact that honor goes to the market-rate tower at 550 Vanderbilt.
Designed by COOKFOX Architects, it embraces the company’s principles of biophilia and materials that are tied to neighborhood context. In more simple language, that means large windows will afford ample daylighting and expansive views of Brooklyn and beyond, with flowering planters at the sill.
Architect firm Marvel Architects has released a rendering for Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park’s sixth residential tower and neighborhood school, located at 664 Pacific Street.
The tower looks notably similar to another Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park building, B3 at 38 6th Avenue, despite this being Marvel Architects’ first design within the complex. SHoP Architects’ rendering for 38 6th Avenue shows a similarly boxy, stacked structure.
Russian billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov is sick of sharing his stake in Barclays Center — and its losing basketball team.
As Forest City’s modular work on its B2 building nears the finish line at Pacific Park, the company is looking to the future of its ambitious modular construction division. And things aren’t looking so bright.
Forest City Greenland Partners and architect firm Marvel Associates Monday filed an application for a new-building permit to construct the seventh residential tower in the controversial Pacific Park/Atlantic Yards mega-complex. The 26-story, 323-unit building at 37 6th Avenue will house the public school whose location the City Council OK’d last week, as The Real Deal was the first to note.
Previously known as B15, the site is located on the northeast corner of Dean and 6th Avenue across from Barclays Center. It has been serving as a parking lot and staging ground for equipment for construction across the street.