Concrete walls are taking shape at Dumbo's biggest development site, which will have separate pools for owners and rentals.
Six stories high, it will mostly be dedicated to offices, with retail space on the ground floor.
Downtown Brooklyn may soon be getting 507 apartments for low-income residents instead of a luxury hotel.
Activity is picking up at 85 Jay Street in Dumbo, where a giant complex with a mix of condos and rentals will soon sprout.
The sell off of Panorama Brooklyn and 85 Jay appears to be an attempt to raise cash for the firm's embattled business.
The presidential son-in-law has filed plans for a massive new building on a long-empty lot in Dumbo, formerly owned by the Jehovah's Witnesses.
Developers Jared Kushner, Aby Rosen and LIVWRK hope to scoop up both the Jehovah's Witnesses headquarters at 25-30 Columbia Heights and the 85 Jay Street site in Dumbo for about $700 million.