An early 20th century printing plant on Willoughby Street may soon meet the wrecking ball to make way for a 44-story apartment tower as the Downtown Brooklyn building boom continues.
A 29-story Morris Adjmi-designed skyscraper that will swallow up Hot Bird in Clinton Hill has a new shape, the better to see the landmarked church next to it.
The neighborhood favorite may soon be replaced by a Morris Adjmi-designed 29-story residential building.
A corner of Williamsburg dominated for decades by the Puccio Marble family business will soon be transformed by Soho-style apartments and stores designed by Wythe Hotel architect Morris Adjmi.
Noted architect Morris Adjmi fused historic elements and contemporary architecture in his design for The Williams at 282 South 5th Street in Williamsburg.
Noted Brooklyn architect Morris Adjmi will design a seven-story mixed-use condo building, above, to replace the one-story laundromat at the corner of Atlantic Avenue and Nevins Street in Boerum Hill, as New York YIMBY was the first to report.
The building at 472 Atlantic Avenue will have 31 apartments and a total of 63,629 square feet, including 6,982 square feet of ground floor commercial space, according to a new-building application filed yesterday. The building will have north and south sections with their own entrances. Retail will occupy the north side along Atlantic Avenue, according to the Schedule A. Residents will enter on the south side of the building, from Pacific Street.
Avery Hall Investments and Aria Development Group are the developers. Morris Adjmi’s other projects include the Wythe Hotel and 70 Henry.
The residential portion will have 16 parking spaces, 60 bike parking spots, a fitness room and storage spaces. The L-shaped property, which extends through the block from Atlantic to Pacific between Nevins and 3rd Avenue, sold for $18,025,000 in July, according to public records.
The brick and dark metal, the stepped facade with the first three floors mirroring the proportions of the surrounding brownstones, and the tall and narrow windows seem like a good fit for the neighborhood. We think it’s a big improvement over what is there now.
Revealed: Morris Adjmi-Designed Condos at 472 Atlantic Avenue, Boerum Hill [NYY]
Laundromat on Atlantic Avenue in Boerum Hill Will Become Apartments [Brownstoner]
Rendering by Morris Adjmi via NYY