Another Brooklyn mega-project is finally rising just south of the Williamsburg Bridge, on the long-stalled Kedem Winery site on the Williamsburg waterfront.
Installation of the exterior facade continues at the first new building under construction at Two Trees' Domino Sugar development in Williamsburg.
One of the most interesting projects in Brooklyn is finally taking shape on Montieth Street in Bushwick on the Rheingold Brewery site.
In the heart of Williamsburg, a 13-story luxury residential condo tower from developers Adam America and the Naveh Shuster Group is nearing completion.
The brick, metal and glass facade has reached the lower levels of the Downtown Brooklyn tower that is replacing a block-size parking lot at 300 Livingston Street.
The eyeball-grabbing glass curtain wall architect Francis Cauffman designed for union offices is spreading across the steel superstructure at 620 Fulton Street in Fort Greene's BAM Cultural District.
The latest condo building, The Baltic, from JDS and VOA Architecture, is rising on 4th Avenue.
Now that the building's unique metal cladding is almost fully installed, it's time to take a closer look at how the design is looking in the real world.
Since last fall’s update, construction has steadily moved forward at Park Tower Group’s Greenpoint Landing mega-development in Greenpoint.
The progress has been concentrated on the first three low-rise buildings, all of which contain only affordable units and are developed in partnership with L+M Development, co-developers of the townhouses at Navy Green. Handel Architects, designers for the 10-building master plan, are also in charge of these first three buildings.
First to begin, 21 Commercial Street has almost wrapped up installation of its exterior wall. The design calls for a predominantly brick facade with black metal accents and industrial style windows.
While much of the focus in Brooklyn’s development boom has been on the recently rising towers downtown, many medium-sized projects are cropping up in neighborhoods across the borough. One such project — going up at 465 Pacific Street in Boerum Hill — will feature an unusual brick and metal facade.