Williamsburg lost more of its industrial past as another warehouse was recently razed to make way for a mixed-use development.
Monthly rents start at $1,899 and top out at $2,350, prices that rival market-rate units in the area.
Of the affordable apartments, there are 11 studios, 41 one-bedroom units, one two-bedroom and two three-bedroom units.
Across the street from the Franklin Avenue station in Bed Stuy, the exterior of a 10-story mixed-use building in the works for a number of years is nearly finished.
It takes the place of six different buildings, ranging from one to three stories, many of which were formerly occupied by the furniture store J. Josephs & Sons Co.
Many loud, extravagant details can be found in new interior renderings of a residential building on Tompkins Avenue in Bed Stuy.
When we last checked in on 410 Tompkins Avenue in Bed Stuy, new renderings had just been revealed.
Intensely disliked plans for a new building on Tompkins Avenue have been trashed, even as a construction boom has changed the formerly intact brownstone neighborhood.