It was temporarily removed back in 2017 but the iconic 19th century mansard roof is peeking out from behind scaffolding at the Fulton Mall Macy's.
With occupancy expected in late 2019, the 79-story tower will be New Jersey’s tallest building upon completion.
Work is still under way, and new renderings have been released with the announcement that sales will launch later this year.
The scaled glass facade that faces Fulton Street is almost complete, and work on the rest of the building is progressing steadily.
The steel is rising at Macy's on Fulton Street.
Built in 1903, it was designed by Brooklyn architect Louis H. Voss and was the longest-running public bath in New York City.
A recent walk down Fulton Mall revealed the iconic green mansard roof of the Downtown Brooklyn Macy's building has disappeared.
Here it is, the future design of the long-in-the-works Flushing Commons development. New York YIMBY snagged these renderings of the master plan — four new buildings and 1.5 acres of open space — from the project architect Perkins Eastman. The developers closed on the the 5.5-acre municipal parking lot where the complex will be constructed December 31st and construction on the first phase should start up soon. Phase One includes 150 units of housing, a 1,000-space parking lot and 220,000 square feet of commercial space. Phase Two then includes 450 residential units, more commercial space, 15,000 square feet of community space, a YMCA and a 1.5-acre public park.
After a number of setbacks there is finally a concrete ETA on this development — Phase 1 should finish by April 2017 and Phase 2 will break ground in 2018. The whole shebang should wrap in the early 2020s and cost a grand total of $850,000,000.
Check out lots more renderings after the jump!