Located at 85 Jay Street, and called Front & York, the 21-story, 728-unit building will be part rental, part condo.
Designed by the firm Hill West Architects, the building's 26 stories will ascend in a slim, dramatic curve sloping upwards.
ODA is behind the design of the building, which bears the firm’s familiar jagged, boxy structure, and stretches for almost the entire block.
The skyline of Brooklyn Heights is slowly turning another shade as the iconic yellow of the former Jehovah's Witnesses headquarters disappears under a new coat of paint.
Downtown Brooklyn may soon be getting 507 apartments for low-income residents instead of a luxury hotel.
The sell off of Panorama Brooklyn and 85 Jay appears to be an attempt to raise cash for the firm's embattled business.
The iconic Watchtower sign, a landmark in Brooklyn Heights for almost 50 years, is no more.
It looks like Dumbo will be getting another grocery store, thanks to Two Trees.
One type of very expensive housing that's hard to find in prime Brooklyn: Assisted living.
The triangular shaped parking lot at the base of the Brooklyn Bridge in Dumbo has the potential to become a mixed-use building of 14 stories.